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Barossa's bright future

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Tanunda's Rolf Binder, from Rolf Binder Wines, is looking to the future and believes The Barossa Cellar will help the region stand out in the global marketplace.

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Benefits will flow

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Even those without a winery or vineyard have been quick to recognise the benefits that The Barossa Cellar will deliver. Local wine and viticultural suppliers John and Jo Evans, from Stainless Engineering & Maintenance (SEAM), have chosen to donate to The Barossa Cellar because they believe the project will help secure the ongoing success of the Barossa wine community.

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Support continues for The Barossa Cellar

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

More than 80 Barossa wineries have now pledged their support to The Barossa Cellar, with donations ranging from $500 to $100,000. One of the first wineries to donate was Thorn-Clarke Wines at Angaston who will be acknowledged with a Barossa Key. Joint proprietor Sam Clarke says The Barossa Cellar is an important community project that will draw attention to the Barossa from all over the world.

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Fundraising target within reach

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The Barossa Cellar is seeking cash donations to enable it to meet its fundraising target and proceed with the project by the end of the year. This target is well within reach, according to chairman James Wark. "We have had tremendous support from 75 Barossa wineries, and we are now urging local grape growers to make a donation in the name of their family or vineyard," James said.

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