Sunday, February 13, 2005

Barossa Vintage Festival 28 March to 3 April 2005

The Barossa Vintage Festival is held every second year, in the odd numbered years. This year it is being held in the week after Easter, starting on Easter Sunday. There is a myriad of educational, heritage, culinary and cultural events organised and all will be great fun. There is a series of events under the banner of Varietal Passions, a must fro Vinodiversity lovers. It is good to see that non-shiraz wines are getting some recognition. If you are lucky enough to be going, check out the range of varieties available by reading
Vinodiversity's guide to the Barossa Valley.

If you can't make it this year then you should check out the guide to see how the Barossa is diversifying into some newer varieties. Although Grenache and Mourvedre are the major alternative varieties grown in the Barossa Valley, there are quite a few other varieties which will be vying for their share of the limelight.


Website of the 2005 Barossa Vintage Festival

1 Comments:

Anonymous bernie said...

Hey there. Can I ask if you know of any sites like this one (german white wine) where I can meet other people interested in wine, particularly german white wine?
Cheers

3:36 AM  

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