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Nice, different, unusual

Monday, September 23, 2019

This letter from The Barossa Cellar Chairman James Wark to WBM editor Anthony Madigan appeared in The Week That Was.

"Thank you for the delightfully different and highly supportive coverage of The Barossa Cellar. As touched on in your article, many of our dear and departed mates would have loved it too. I can see ‘Big Bob’ McLean puffing his chest out even further with pride and in jest claiming it was all to be his idea, and 'PL' scanning the place with his astute eye and giving the highest praise possible, "Bloody good, Warky." Whitey, too, I’m sure would love it and hopefully he enjoyed your wonderful coverage. Please send him my kindest regards. I will never forget cooking wild ducks in my camp ovens for him and many others on the banks of the Murray, and then nearly falling in the river with them when taking them from the river bank to the table in the house boat. The Barossa Cellar group have all done an amazing job and it has been a pleasure working with them all and we look forward to the Barossa wine industry being greatly enhanced through this exciting new wine cellar and home for BGWA. Please rest assured your support is greatly appreciated." – James Wark

Sneak preview at The Barossa Cellar

Monday, September 16, 2019

The Week That Was published an interesting review of the special preview held at The Barossa Cellar on August 13, 2019.

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Brand new home for BGWA

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Friday, August 9 marked a significant milestone for The Barossa Cellar, with sole tenant, the Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) moving into their new home. The BGWA's new offices at the front of the building give them immediate access to the versatile floor space inside The Barossa Cellar, as well as spectacular views across the valley floor.

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Lifelong support for Barossa

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

It was a great thrill to welcome several long-time Barossa identities to The Barossa Cellar last week. The self-proclaimed "crusties" were eager to take a look inside the soon-to-be-completed building and they were delighted with what they saw. The Barossa Cellar chairman, Mr James Wark, who hosted the group, said the visitors were "glowing with excitement".

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The Barossa Cellar prepares to welcome the wine world

Thursday, June 20, 2019

InDaily reports on The Barossa Cellar as it nears completion.

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Wine donations well received

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Two hard-working members of The Barossa Cellar committee have purchased unique wine collections at the 2019 Barossa Wine Auction and generously donated them to The Barossa Cellar. Stefan Ahrens purchased three magnums of Yalumba The Signature, with labels beautifully handpainted by local artist Marnie Wark, while Louisa Rose purchased the Ultimate Eden Valley Riesling Collection, which consists of 54 bottles of Riesling representing 22 different producers.

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Barons blown away

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

As representatives of Barons of Barossa stepped inside The Barossa Cellar for the first time, it was with a great sense of excitement. Chairman of The Barossa Cellar, Mr James Wark said the group was "blown away" during their site visit in April.

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Community support set in stone

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

After a short break over Christmas and the New Year, it's all hands on deck at The Barossa Cellar, with completion expected in the middle of the year. Key milestones in the construction of The Barossa Cellar have been achieved, including the waterproofing of the back wall and pouring of the Bondex slab roof over the wine vault and pallet store areas.

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History in the making

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

As The Barossa Cellar nears completion, preparations are being made to display the rich history of Barossa wine, alongside 2,000 dozen fine Barossa and Eden Valley wines. The centrepiece of this historic display, will be a complete collection of 100 Year Old Para Vintage Tawny from Seppeltsfield's Centennial Collection, starting from the first vintage in 1878 and consisting of 41 bottles, including the current 1918 release.

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Embracing the Barossa

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

For many of us, living and working in the Barossa is something we take for granted. But for The Barossa Cellar's first Vine and Stone donors, Murray and Heather Doble, every day they spend in the Barossa is a blessing. While still living in Port Augusta, they spotted a tiny article about The Barossa Cellar, and grabbed the opportunity to become the very first Vine and Stone donors.

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