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Mr Bill Biscoe, Barossa Vintage Festival President.
The Barossa Vintage Festival has been held biennially since 1947, and it is my privilege to invite you to help celebrate the 2013 Festival. It is interesting to consider what we are celebrating. The first Festival was simply a Procession and a Ball in the European tradition of giving thanks for reaching the end of a successful vintage. Now, the Festival is so much more: certainly the end of the hard work of vintage deserves thanks, but a quick look at the programme shows so much more for which we should be thankful. The Barossa is not just a region, it is a group of people, who share common goals and a common pride in our unique culture. Certainly, much of our publicity is aimed at the tourist market – after all, we love to show off what we have to people who live elsewhere – but our own community celebrations are just as important to our own community.
A quick glance at the programme shows that almost all the events are convened by volunteers and run by volunteers. Over 1,500 people give up their time and their effort to stage this Festival. Although we have a Festival Manager, who always does a great job of pulling all these diverse events together, everybody else is a volunteer, from the Festival Committee to the Young Ambassadors to the people working at each location, whether it is a Town Day or an Art Exhibition or an historical event or a dinner or lunch. My sincere thanks to all of you – the Vintage Festival simply would not exist without your work. My thanks to The Leader for its continuing support of the Festival. The Barossa Vintage Festival is a unique and time-honoured tradition in Australia. I invite you to be part of it. BILL BISCOE, President Join the Schrapel family at
Bethany Wines to celebrate the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival
Breakfast @ Bethany Join us for breakfast whilst taking in the stunning views across the Valley floor.
Relax with a glass of Bethany sparkling and enjoy a breakfast of the finest local produce prepared by Hand Made Catering. Tuesday 2 & Thursday 4 April — 8.30am to 11.00am
Cost - $35 / per person
Bookings essential: 8563 2086 or email@example.com
Old Vines, Great Wines Some of the Barossa’s oldest vines are to be found amongst the
Schrapel family vineyards at Bethany Wines. Join us to explore these old vineyards to discover why they produce such good wine, and enjoy a tasting of the wines that come from these remarkable old vines. Wednesday 3 April — 2.30 to 4.30pm Cost - $20 / per person Bookings: 8563 2086
Bethany Wines 378 Bethany Road, Tanunda DH2638
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2013 Barossa Vintage Festival starts with Carnival
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The official opening event of the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival will again kick off at Seppeltsfield Winery with the family friendly Carnival. This will be the third time that the festival has started on Easter Saturday, March 30 with such an event says Ms Nicole Hodgson, convenor. Designed to be an affordable day with the family as an introduction into one of the busiest weeks for locals, visitors and international guests, the Barossa comes alive with festivities. The Carnival programme starts at 10.30 a.m. with Murray the Magician and performances by Cool for Kids. Free Easter egg hunts will run in the morning and afternoon for the hundreds of children expected to attend the event. There will be rides on a bouncy castle, children’s games and face painting all available, plenty to keep the little ones amused. The first round of the grape treading competition will also take place on the oval, with opportunities for anyone in the crowd to get in and have a go!
Vintage Festival president, Mr Bill Biscoe “Carnival is what the Vintage Festival is all about. Families coming together and sharing the pleasures of good food, good wine and, above all, the shared joy of living in one of the great regions of Australia.” Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance will play host to the wine tent with over 12 wineries and even the introduction of an Apple Cider from the Barossa Valley Cider Co. Tastings are available and don’t forget to pick up your souvenir wine glass for only $5. Supporting local community will be the Tanunda Lutheran School donuts, Marananga Tennis club soft drinks and Kiwanis chicken and beef rolls along with plenty of other food options including Tanunda Ice-creams. The day finishes with local musos, Rielly Ellendon and Colonel Mustard. Come and enjoy the day or food, wine and fun at the Barossa Vintage Festival Carnival.
Burge Family Winemakers
WINEMAKING IN THE BAROSSA Established in 1928 by Percival Burge, the family firm is today managed by his grandson Rick who, in his 27 years at the helm, has developed an enviable reputation for the premium table wines from the firm’s DRAYCOTT and OLIVE HILL blocks. Also available are the original, and genuine, fortifieds, released from old maturing stocks that are judiciously blended and bottled using the time-honoured solera method.
Percival Burge 1928 - 1950 Winemakers: Noel Burge (R.D.Oen, Hons, 1938) 1950 - 1996 Rick Burge 1986 -
Visitors welcome – Monday, Friday and Saturday (and Sunday of Holiday weekends) 10am-5pm – Open 7 days in Festival week
1312 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch P: 8524 4644 www.burgefamily.com.au
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LEFT: Carnival at Seppeltsfield officially opens the Barossa Vintage Festival and organisers, Julie Heinze, Sue Power, Cassie Ferrett, Nicole Hodgson, Barbara Ludlow and Sally Pfeiffer (absent) are busily preparing a fun filled day for the whole family.
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On April 1, take a drive over the bridge to the Artisans at Greenock Market. In its fourth season, this ever growing popular market features an eclectic mix of hand crafted wares and local produce. Starting at 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., this vibrant market of talented
artisans begins featuring hand spun wool, clothing, soy candles, wood carvings, handmade furniture and collectables, jewellery, photography, art, knitted items, recycled and altered vintage creations, smallgoods, cakes, jams, olive oil, herbs, plants, seasonal fruit and vegetables and so
much more! While browsing the stalls, indulge in some artisan wines or beer, and there is always a satisfying array of quality, affordable food to feed the family. There will be live music and entertainment for family and friends to relax and unwind. Entry is free and
plenty of off-road shaded car parking is available under the gums, alongside the winery. So grab your basket and come and join everyone Easter Monday at Murray Street Vineyard and Cellar Door, Murray Street Greenock, for a Vintage Festival experience not to be missed!
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Grape treading Back in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, grape treading was the exclusive domain of winery teams, where great pride was at stake. As with most things, it has evolved to be all inclusive, male/female, young and old. Hence an all-comers’ competition and a school’s competition, with trophies awarded by Australian cork company a n d L i e b i c h We i n respectively, along with other prizes donated by local business. Teams of two can enter at any of the Town Days listed below, but they must notify the Vintage Festival Office on 8563 0663 or ring Ron Liebich 0418 817 968 to ensure enough grapes are brought to go around. The top six teams
over the week will be asked to tread off at Williamstown on the last Sunday, with all six teams taking home prizes. Heats will be held at: • Carnival at Seppeltsfield - Easter Saturday, March 30. • Lyndoch Family Fun Day - Easter Monday, April 1, • Angaston Town Day - Wednesday April 3. • Novotel Tanunda Town Day - Thursday, April 4. • Barossa Brunch Nuriootpa Saturday, April 6. • Finals, Williamstown Sunday April 7. N.B. Any Williamstown teams should tread at Lyndoch or any of the other Town Day venues. It is fun to have a go, great entertainment, so get stomping!
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Experience all that’s great about Barossa Cabernet from one of the region’s most iconic winemakers - Grant Burge. Date: Friday 5th April 2013 | Time: 12pm – 3pm Cost: $30 per head, includes Barossa pie lunch and a glass of Grant Burge wine. Other wine can be purchased by the glass or bottle on the day. Venue: Grant Burge Illaparra Lawns, 159 Murray St, Tanunda
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Phone: 8563 0696
Wine Lovers Welcome at Liebichwein Cellar Door Celebrating 20 years Free tastings & Wines by the Glass 20 Year Old Tawny Best Reds of 20 Years
OPEN 11-5 PM DAILY Steingarten Road Rowland Flat www.liebichwein.com.au Phone 8524 4543 See us this Vintage Festival at Lyndoch Family Fun Day at Legends Behind the Barrel DH2631
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Visitors welcome to see Tanunda Liedertafel This year, as a celebration of the Barossa Vintage Festival, members of Tanunda Liedertafel will be welcoming visitors and locals to a special practice night at the Barossa Regional Gallery on April 2 at 8 p.m. A light supper will be served. Tanunda Liedertafel grew from the passion of those men who travelled with Pastor Kavel and others to a new life in Australia. An old music book case, still in the possession of the Liedertafel is evidence of its beginning with the “Tanunda Liedertafel 1861” painted on its metal lid. During both World Wars the Liedertafel went into recess, but continued its former activities from 1920 to November, 1940, and again from March, 1946 to the present. Among the 22 German-speaking choirs throughout Australia - all in major cities, the 53-member Tanunda Liedertafel is probably unique in that, besides being the only country choir, it comprises singers of Dutch, English, Polish, Scottish, Welsh, Swiss and Irish backgrounds. Over the years the Liedertafel has performed at hundreds of concerts, not only in Tanunda and Adelaide, but also in as many as 50 centres throughout Australia, raising many thousands of dollars for charitable purposes.
Its permanent annual fixture is the “Kaffee Abend” in mid-November celebrated cabaret style and entertaining an audience of twelve hundred people. The choir has contributed immeasurably to the cultural tradition, prestige and spirit of the town, and together with the local Town Band, has placed Tanunda in a leading position in the State’s musical life. Its musical repertoire numbers more than 250 songs. Two of these composed specifically for the Liedertafel, one by the late Dr. Perkins of the Adelaide Conservatorium of Music, and the other by the Director of the S.A. Symphony Orchestra, the late Sir Henry Krips. In its existence spanning almost one and a half centuries it has had only six conductors including the present conductor, Mr Robert Homburg, OAM who has been influential in lifting the standards of the choir. The current accompanist, Gwenda Rees, OAM joined the choir in 2007. The choir practises for two hours each Tuesday night for eleven months of the year and while its fifty-three members no longer are fined three pence for being late, or six pence for non-attendance, they continue to attend each week for the sheer joy of meeting and singing together.
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Father Mark Sexton has grew up. Graduating from been the Barossa parish the Lutheran seminary priest for some six years. in 1982, he has served He is based at our Lady as pastor at Wudinna, of the Valley Catholic Elizabeth and Port Pirie, Church, in Nuriootpa, before coming to the but his “beat” is very Valley. much wider, as he serves He has rejoiced in multiple congregations in each place of service, our region. reflecting his life motto He is also a part- text, from Colossians 3 time chaplain with the “And whatever you do Australian army. He served in word or deed, do it all one tour of duty in the in the name of the Lord Afghanistan theatre of Jesus.” war, and has many tales Richard Ansoul is the that both warm, and pastor of the Barossa break, the heart. Community Church He has served as the (affiliated with the Baptist president of the Barossa Churches of SA), which he Ecumenical Minister’s founded in 1995, picking Association for several up the early history of years. the English Baptists, who Pete Traeger has been settled the Barossa, along the pastor of a circuit of with the Silesian Lutherans. three parishes here in the Angaston Baptist Barossa for about seven Church was formed in years. 1849 (their original church Each Sunday he ministers building is now the home to the congregations at of the Zion Lutheran Neukirch, Holy Trinity, and congregation). Ebenezer. They are part of The first service of the the Nuriootpa parish, with new congregation was offices at St. Petri admin held on Mengler’s Hill centre. in September 1995, as it Pete was born in Port was here that Richard was St_Hallett_advert_148x105.pdf 1 to 30/05/12 Lincoln. His family moved called to come South to Mannum, where he Australia.
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Father Mark Sexton, Pastor Pete Traeger and Pastor Richard Ansoul are inviting you to join them at the Mengler’s Hill lookout for an ecumenical Easter Sunday Sunrise Service.
He and his wife, Ruth, travel overseas extensively each year, in special outreach to several Muslim communities. He has served as the secretary of the BEMA for many years. In the vision for the founding of South Australia by the pioneer, George Fife Angas, it was envisaged that the historic separations of the Christian Church would fade away in the new colony. The annual combined Easter sunrise service at Mengler’s Hill is just one expression of that dream being fulfilled, as Christians celebrate their common faith in Jesus Christ, risen from the dead. Mark, Pete and Richard represent the various colours of the spectrum of Christian faith. The sunrise service has been blessed over the years with a variety of demonstrations of the hand of God, rainbows, hot air balloons, mists parting on cue and sensational dawn lights. 9:16 The service is open to everyone.
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Tanunda Town Day a true community event The Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is proud to be a part of the Tanunda Town Day on Thursday, April 4 as part of the Barossa Vintage Festival. This is a true community event which showcases the Barossa at its best. The day will feature old favourites such as the maypole and grape treading, through to some new and exciting activities including Steiny’s Mettwurst toss. Organisers are also thrilled to present the local celebrity dunking tank, where members of the
community will have the chance to soak some local celebrities with all proceeds going to Mission Australia’s Race to Survive. Murray Street, Tanunda will come alive with a vibrant array of local Barossa food producers, wine village presented by Langmeil, Tomfoolery and Whistler, cooking demonstrations by Maggie Beer’s Farmshop, craft stalls, fashion parades, local music, buskers and much more!
Of course, the day would not be complete without a visit from Tom and Daphne Benney, Honorary Town Crier and Honorary Escort Town Crier. There will also be plenty of entertainment for the young and young at heart; including face painters, vintage car and truck displays, craft activities and roving live scarecrows. The Novotel Barossa Valley Resort has received support from Tracy Page, Toby Yap and Bryn Owen. Neil Hurst was reliving old memories as he rode an old Post Master General bicycle during Heritage Hotspots at Tanunda Town Day 2011.
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Step back in time in Tanunda There is no other event like it in the Festival calendar! Colour, vibrancy, and spectacle all in one location. Ziegenmarkt on Thursday, April 4 is a unique event in the Barossa Vintage Festival calendar and is held from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m..
The morning provides you with an opportunity to step back in time and experience a traditional Barossa market. Enjoy the atmosphere of an oldfashioned livestock and local produce market and auction in the historic
Goat Square. Local fresh fruit and vegetables, smallgoods, pickles, bread, wines, livestock (including pheasants, hares, sheep, etc.) and a host of other delicacies go under the auctioneer’s hammer during the course of the morning. Whilst the auction is the highlight of the market and provides visitors with a morning of entertainment, there are
also stalls providing a cross-section of local wares for sale. Homemade food, Barossa smallgoods and delicacies are available including Rote Grutze, Kartoffel Kuchen, Deutsch Kuchen and more. There are also displays including cooperage, horse shoeing, chaff cutting, bag sewing, shearing and horse shoe quoits. This free event provides great free family entertainment.
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Let’s Lunch! Celebrate the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival in style with Grant Burge Wines Fashion Parade and Luncheon. Date: Thursday 4th April 2013 | Time: 11:30am Cost: $95 per head (tables of ten available) Venue: Grant Burge Illaparra Lawns, 159 Murray St, Tanunda For bookings please phone (08) 8563 7600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lyndoch Family Fun Day View the unique way the grapes were crushed barefooted, with teams competing in the grape treading competition. World renowned Celtic band ‘The Borderers’, will entertain with their high energy and popular songs that always get the crowd hopping. Children will have loads to do with performances by the very entertaining ‘T icklish Allsorts’ and the many amusement rides, jumpy castle, giant slide and many stalls. Get in touch with your wild side with a hands-on animal encounter by ‘Animal Capers’. You’ll have a chance to touch, hold, feed and interact with many furry, fluffy, scaly and feathery creatures. The people of Lyndoch are proud of their town and this day is their way of showcasing the food and wine of the region in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.
The Lyndoch Family Fun Day on Monday, April 1 (Easter Monday) from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. is traditionally Lyndoch’s day to celebrate the Barossa Vintage Festival and Lyndoch sure knows how to party!! It is a celebration of food and wine in the picturesque wine growing area that we live in. Come along and tantalise your taste buds with some of the best wines of the world grown in the breathtaking Lyndoch Valley. Stalls will range from many wineries presenting their selections of wines, German cuisine, baked potatoes, desserts and more. For those not particularly fond of wine there will be beer available too. So come along to a wonderful family day out and drink superb wines, eat sumptuous foods and enjoy great music and entertainment.
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TUES 2ND & THURS 4TH, APRIL, 2013 5.30 PM - 8.30 PM
As part of the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival
‘GOOD TIME CHARLIE’S GOT THE BLUES’ Join us for a little twilight twang, relax on the lawn with a glass of red and listen to a little slidin’ delta blues and some bush band merriment as the sun sets. Partake in some finger lickin’ pickin’ and enjoy some finger lickin’ fine food and wine!!! Cost:
$35.00 per adult – includes supper and a glass of wine. Strictly no BYO.
Charles Melton Wines Krondorf Road TANUNDA SA 5352 (08) 8563 3606
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE LYNDOCH FAMILY FUN DAY are organisers, Irene Liebelt, Di Lane, with son, Benjamin and Fi Jones.
Please contact the winery on (08) 8563 3606
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Pindarie Easter Grape Gig Music by local artists ‘Little Black Dress’ Regional dishes by Elli Beer from ‘The Farm’ 11am-5pm
Enjoy the spectacular views, relax over a glass of wine and sumptuous food. Strictly no BYO food or alcohol No Bookings
Easter Sunday, 31st March 2013
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Barossa Festival Whistler Twilight Concert - “Sounds of the Barossa” Vintage
On Easter Monday, the Whistler Wines’ team at Marananga are again hosting a night of local entertainment with “Sounds of the Barossa”. After a busy Easter weekend at Whistler, including the huge Easter Sunday Family Fun Day, the Pfeiffers
will be ready to sit back in the garden and scrub setting, and relax to the sound of music. For those wanting to work off the Easter chocolates there will be music to dance to as the evening wears on with popular groups such as The Valley Cats taking to the stage.
This will be the second time Whistler have staged this very affordable event ($20 adult, $5 children under 15) and it’s sure to be a repeat of the very successful 2011 vintage Festival Twilight Concert that showcased the many talents of the Barossa musical
community. While there is wine available you can bring your own picnic rug, chair and food to have a very affordable and entertaining night amongst the vines and gums at Whistler on Seppeltsfield Road. For more details ring 8562 4942.
Skills, work on show Come and help us celebrate this great Vintage Festival week. All week we will have tasting plates created by celebrated local Chef Mark McNamara. Wines will be available by the glass, so come out and relax on the deck with a glass of wine and some great food and enjoy the great views of the Barossa Valley. The Tasting Room is open from 11am-6pm each day with food starting from 12pm For any enquiries, please contact us on 8563 3935 or email@example.com DH2629
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and parade, the Barossa Vintage Festival. This meets the national disability standard of participation. Because of this, the supported employees at Barossa Enterprises now have a chance to show their skills and work practices to the public. The employees at BE custom make timber wine boxes and packaging for the wine industry. They will be hosting tours on Tuesday, April 2 at the factory for the public to see their quality work. Please see the Vintage Festival guide for times.
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Wolf Blass Visitor Centre Wolf Blass Masterclass – Tuesday 2nd April 10.30am-12.30pm Enjoy a winemaker-led journey of the Wolf Blass Super Premium Wines Thrill at comparing vintages of the exclusive Wolf Blass Black and Platinum Label wines along with the award winning aged White Label Riesling and Chardonnay. Taste and explore 16 wines in beautiful Riedel glassware. Cost $60 per person. Bookings essential: Phone Ronelle Linke on (08) 8568 7311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wolf Blass Cellar Door Experience - every day during the Festival Experience a unique and exclusive tasting of our super premium wine the Black Label straight form the barrel. Watch your wine being pulled out of the barrel by a wine thief tool and our wine educator and poured straight in your glass. Try it up against a glass of our current release Black Label and taste the difference. Cost $10 per person. Bookings not essential: Phone (08) 8568 7311.
Wolf Blass Visitor Centre – 97 Sturt Hwy Nuriootpa 5355 Open: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm Weekends & Public Holidays 10am to 5pm
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Flight of Four
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A night of laughter Do you enjoy a laugh? The Barossa Vintage Festival is proud to include ‘Comedy in the Vines’ in its 2013 Programme to be held at Linfield Road Wines on April 5. The event was introduced to the Festival Programme in 2011 and adds a new dimension to the events on offer. “We are extremely excited to be
hosting Comedy in the Vines again this year”, says Daniel Wilson of Linfield Road Wines. “The event was so much fun in 2011 and there is a great line-up of talent this year.” Three leading comedians hot from the Fringe and mad March will be featured. Big Al is arguably Adelaide’s most popular and adored comedian with a
quick and charming rapid fire delivery and booming unforgettable laugh. Big Al will be joined by Kehau Jackson and Rich Naberhood. Kehau has been called ‘Australia’s funniest Hawaiian comic’. She is warm and funny with a sharp, sassy take on life. Rich provides laconic and always hilarious insights into everyday life. In over ten years of
touring, Rich has performed with some of Australia’s biggest names. “There will be a great selection of wines for sales on the night, and guests can pre-order supper platters”, advises Daniel. This will be the funniest night in the Festival calendar! Tickets are only $55 each and can be purchased through VenueTix.
B.V. Brewing vintage fun with a twist Barossa Valley Brewing invites you to join them for Vintage fun with a twist. Join their new Brewchef, Alana for a taste sensation and disperse those preconceptions about the humble pint. Beer versus Wine Night – Six courses of fabulous food, beer and wine. In the blue corner we have the wines, in the red corner we have the beers. Enjoy the taste experience as the winemakers and the brewer go head to head competing to see which beverage will match the food better. Brewer and winemakers will describe why they have chosen their beverage with the relevant course.
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday Dinner 6-9 p.m. Lunch Saturday & Sunday 12-2 p.m. Bookings essential
Main Street, Springton
Ph. 8568 2999
Thursday Night Rump & Red $18
Rosie’s Farm and Hartz Barn Wines
You control the outcome by voting after each course. Will beer win the day? $110 per head for six courses with beer and wine match included. Cooking with beer – Join the Brewchef, Alana, as she guides you through the wonderful world of beer in cooking. Learn how to match the flavours of beer with the spices and textures of food. Alana will demonstrate how to use beer in sauces, in desserts and of course the main dish too. Then sit down and feast off your efforts. $25 per head.
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Sat, March 30 10-5; Sun, March 31 12-5 p.m.;
Mon - Fri 10-5 p.m.;
Sat, April 6 and Sun, April 7 12-5 p.m. Cost Adults $4, Child $2, Family $10 Delicious Farm Cooked Meals & Snacks Daily • FAMILY OUTING • Lots of animals to touch and feed
Lunch bookings appreciated See Australia’s only German-styled apiary.
Local wines to taste and purchase honey, jams and sauces for sale
Rosie’s Farm, Keyneton Road, Moculta Follow the blue signs from Angaston
Ph: 8563 9091 for more details www.rosiesfarm.com.au
139 Murray Street, Gawler
(Animals under cover in inclement weather) Hosting “Otto and Frieda” on Fri, April 5 at 2 p.m.
Stretch Denim Jackets
PHONE 8522 2670
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OPEN SAGTS. EVENIN ent By Appointm
2013 Barossa Vintage Festival programme of events Event A Winemaker for a Day
After Hours @ Peter Lehmann
Angas Park Fruit Tastings Artisans at Greenock Artisans Table Ash Grunwald Evening in the Courtyard
Angaston Greenock Tanunda Tanunda
Autumnal Cooking Classes by Saskia Autumn Table Barossa Brunch Barossa Chateau Classics
Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Lyndoch
9-‐5pm 6.30-‐ 12am 12-‐2pm
5.30-‐ 8.30pm 9-‐5pm
Sun 7 10.30am-‐ 3.30pm
12-‐2pm 1-‐4pm 7.30-‐ 9.30pm
Barossa Degustation Art & Wine Trail Barossa Grounds Breakfast at Bethany
Various Various Tanunda
Tanunda Light Pass
Brunch With the Black Queen
8.30-‐ 11am 8-‐11am 8.30-‐ 10.30am
Breakfast at the Farm by Saskia Brekkie @ Gibsons
8.30-‐ 11am 8-‐11am
9-‐1pm 12noon, 7.30-‐ 9.30pm
Celebrating 85 Vintages of Barossa Winemaking 1928-‐2013 Cellar Brunch Chill @ the Cool End of the Valley Comedy in the Vines
10.30am-‐ 5pm 10-‐5pm
Tanunda Williamstown Williamstown
Complex Wine Easter Sunday Family Day Elderton Strikes Back III
Light Pass Marananga Tanunda
Family Film Night Festival Ball
10-‐1pm 7.30-‐ 10.30pm
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Flight of Four Food & Wine Matching Masterclass & Lunch Fortified Wine & Canape Tasting Flight Friday Night Live Event Gomersal Wines Taste A Winemaker for ‘A a D ay of Cheese & Wine & Candleholders’ High Tea Good ime C@ harlie’s ot the Blues After HTours Peter G Lehmann
Angaston Rowland Flat
Seppeltsfield Angaston Location Gomersal Lyndoch
Sat 30 1-‐5pm
Sun 31 1-‐5pm
Mon 1 1-‐5pm
11-‐12pm Tues 2 1-‐5pm
Grand ellar Dinner Angas PCark Fruit Tastings Great Things Are Always Good Artisans at Greenock Harvest arket Artisans M Table High ea at the EH ub in the Courtyard Ash GTrunwald vening Jacob’s Creek Vineyard Tour Autumnal Cooking Classes by Saskia Jazz in the Cellar Autumn Table Barossa Brunch Legends ehind the Barrel Barossa CBhateau Classics Legends of the Long Lunch Liebichwein Best Reds of 20 Years Barossa Degustation Art & Wine Trail Long Lunch Schulz Vignerons Barossa WGine rounds Lunch, & Four of a Kind Breakfast at Bethany Lunch with the Whistler Family Breakfast t the FFun arm by Saskia Lyndoch Faamily Day Brekkie @ GCibsons Masterchef allum Hann@ Kellermeister Brunch With he PBark lack Queen Meet You at tthe Murray Street Vineyards Vineyard Idle Carnival Novotel Tanunda Town Day Celebrating 85 Vintages f Barossa Outdoor Cinema in the Voines Winemaking 1928-‐2013 Cellar Brunch Chill @ the Cool YEour nd O of the Valley Penfolds Make wn Blend Comedy iAn nnual the VEines Pindarie aster Grape Gig Poets & Platters Complex Wine Easter Family Day Race to Sunday the Plate Rare & Distinguished Elderton Strikes Back BIII arossa Wine Auction Seven oFf ilm the NBight est Family Festival Ball Sounds of the Barossa Take Flight at Te Aro
Angaston Tanunda Greenock Angaston Tanunda Tanunda Rowland Flat Tanunda Angaston Tanunda Nuriootpa Marananga Lyndoch Tanunda Rowland Flat Various Nuriootpa Various Marananga Tanunda Marananga Tanunda Lyndoch Light Pass Lyndoch
5.30-‐ 9.30pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 10-‐3pm 10-‐2pm 8-‐4.30pm 2-‐4pm 2-‐4pm 6.30-‐ 11.15am 11.15am 11.15am 12am 11.15am & 3.15pm 12-‐2pm & 3.15pm & 3.15pm & 3.15pm 12-‐2pm 7.30pm-‐ 12midnight 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 8.30-‐ 11am 12-‐3pm 8-‐11am 11-‐5pm 8-‐11am 11-‐12pm 11-‐12pm 11-‐12pm
Tanunda Greenock Seppeltsfield Tanunda Lyndoch Light Pass
10.30am-‐ 5pm 10-‐5pm
Tanunda Williamstown Nuriootpa Williamstown Gomersal Tanunda Light Pass Marananga Tanunda Nuriootpa Tanunda
2-‐3pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm
Angaston Nuriootpa Tanunda Marananga Williamstown
Tapas & Alternate Varietals Lunch The Breakfast Rave The Ghost Who Walks
Rowland Flat TBA Tanunda
The Knowledge of Fortifieds Travaux En Cours Work in Progress Vintage Festival Parade Vintage in Perspective
Rowland Flat Tanunda Nuriootpa Tanunda
12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11.15am 11-‐4pm
12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11.15am 11-‐4pm
12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11-‐4pm
Walk, Talk, Tweet, Eat Discover Angaston Town Day Wine & Chocolate Masterclass
11am-‐ 12.30pm 12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11-‐4pm 10am-‐ 12.30pm
Wohlers Tanunda Wolf Blass Cellar Door Experience Working for Successful Futures
Tanunda Nuriootpa Nuriootpa
Youth ‘Dry’ Club DR5959-V2 DR5959-V2 Ziegenmarkt Art & Craft A Gallery of Quilts
Tanunda Tanunda Location Angaston/ Nuriootpa Angaston
Angaston Garden Quilters
10-‐4pm 12noon-‐ 2.30pm 11-‐12pm Thurs 4 1-‐5pm
11-‐12pm 7.30-‐ 12 Fri midnight 5 1-‐5pm
Sat 6 1-‐5pm
Sun 7 1-‐5pm 10.30am-‐ 3.30pm
5.30-‐ 5.30-‐ 9.30pm 8.30pm 9-‐5pm 7-‐11pm 9-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 10-‐3pm 8-‐4.30pm 12pm 2-‐4pm 2-‐4pm 11.15am 11.15am 11.15am 11.15am 11.15am & 3.15pm & 3.15pm & 3.15pm & 3.15pm & 3.15pm 12-‐2pm 1-‐4pm 9-‐1pm 12-‐3pm 7.30-‐ 12noon, 11am 1-‐5pm 7.30-‐ 9.30pm 9.30pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 11-‐5pm 2-‐6.30pm 10-‐5pm 9.30-‐5pm 11.30am-‐ 3pm 8.30-‐ 11am 12-‐3pm 12-‐3pm 8-‐11am 8-‐11am 8.30-‐ 2.30-‐ 11-‐12pm 10.30am 3.30pm 1-‐4pm 10.30am-‐ 12-‐30-‐ 2.30pm 4.30pm 11-‐4pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 6.30-‐ 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10.30pm 10-‐1pm 11-‐5pm 2-‐3pm 2-‐3pm 2-‐3pm 2-‐3pm 2-‐3pm 7.30-‐ 7pm-‐ 10.30pm 2-‐4pm 10.30pm 10-‐4pm 6.30am-‐ 9-‐1pm 11.30pm 11.30am-‐ 1.30pm 6.30-‐ 12midnight 11am-‐ 11am-‐ 12.30pm 12.30pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 8-‐12pm 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 4pm 4pm 4pm 4pm 4pm 11.15am 11.15am Proudly supporting Proudly supporting the Barossa supporting the Barossa people the Barossa and people their and peop com t 11-‐4pm Proudly 11-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 10-‐2pm 10am-‐ 10am-‐ 10am-‐ 12.30pm 12.30pm 12.30pm 7.30-‐ 11am 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 11.30am 11.30am 11.30am 11.30am 11.30am 1-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm
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10-‐4pm 12noon-‐ 2.30pm 11-‐12pm Wed 3 1-‐5pm
Wed 3 20 9-‐5pm
8-‐11am Thurs 4 9-‐5pm
Fri 5 9-‐5pm
6-‐10pm Sat 6 9-‐5pm
Sun 7 12-‐5pm
Rare & Distinguished Barossa Wine Auction Seven of the Best
Rare & Distinguished Barossa Wine Sounds Auction of the Barossa Take Flight at BTest e Aro Seven of the
Nuriootpa Marananga Williamstown Angaston
Tapas &o Af lternate Varietals Lunch Sounds the Barossa The B reakfast R ave Take Flight at Te Aro The Ghost Who Walks Event Tapas & Alternate Varietals Lunch A Winemaker ay The K of aF Dortifieds The Bnowledge reakfast fRor ave Travaux E n C ours W ork The Ghost Who Walks in Progress After Hours @ Peter Lehmann Vintage Festival Parade Vintage in Perspective The Knowledge of Fortifieds Angas Park Fruit astings Travaux En C ours TW ork in Progress Artisans a t G reenock Walk, Talk, Tweet, Eat Discover Vintage Festival Parade Artisans Angaston TPown Day Vintage iTn able erspective Ash Grunwald Evening in the Courtyard Wine & Chocolate Masterclass
Rowland Flat Marananga TBA Williamstown Tanunda Location Rowland Flat Lyndoch Rowland Flat TBA Tanunda Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Tanunda Flat Rowland Angaston Tanunda Greenock Angaston Nuriootpa Tanunda Tanunda Tanunda Rowland Flat
12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ Sat 30 4pm 12-‐4pm 11.15am 11-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11.15am 10-‐5pm 11-‐4pm
12-‐4pm 10.30-‐ Sun 31 4pm 12-‐4pm 11.15am 11-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 11.15am 10-‐5pm 11-‐4pm
12-‐4pm 6-‐10pm 10.30-‐ Mon 1 4pm 12-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 10-‐5pm 11-‐4pm 10-‐2pm
Walk, Talk, Tweet, Eat Discover Autumnal Cown ooking Classes by Saskia Wohlers Angaston TTanunda Day Autumn able Wolf B&lass Cellar DM oor Experience Wine CThocolate asterclass Barossa Bfrunch Working or Successful Futures Barossa CThateau Wohlers anunda Classics Youth B‘lass Dry’ CCellar lub Door Experience Wolf Ziegenmarkt Working for Successful Futures Barossa Degustation Art & Wine Trail Art & Craft Barossa Gorounds A Gallery f CQlub uilts Youth ‘Dry’ Breakfast at Bethany Ziegenmarkt Angaston Garden Quilters Art & Craft Heritage Breakfast the Farm by Saskia Art w ith A A Gallery oatmosphere f t Q uilts Barossa Brekkie TGime ibsons A Stitch @ iBn ygones Barossa Weddings Through the Ages Angaston Garden Quilters Doddridge Blacksmith Brunch he Black HQistorical ueen Colour EW nvy Etxhibition Art with Aith tmosphere Blacksmithing Home i s W here t he A rt I s A Stitch in Time Glimpses God at VGalley omersal Carnival Lions Club oBf arossa Photo Display ‘New Life’ Photographic Colour Envy Exhibition Exhibition Gnadenfrei L8utheran Open hurch Celebrating 5 Vtintages of BCFarossa Vine P atch Q uilters estival Home is Where he VAintage rt Is Historic F ilms Winemaking 1 928-‐2013 Exhibition Lions Club Barossa Valley Photo Display Luhrs Cottage bAy Candlelight Cellar runch Wooden Craft mongst tEhe Vines ‘New LBife’ Photographic xhibition Chill @ t he C ool E nd o f t he V Vine Patch Quilters Vintage Falley estival Making Siense the Barossa Comedy n the oVf ines Exhibition Our Global Village Wooden Craft Amongst the Vines Complex Wine Rosie’s arm &F Hamily artz BDarn Easter SFunday ay Wines Step B ack i n T ime Elderton Strikes Back III Tabor Church Music Film Night Family Celebrate with Music Festival Ball Concert and Bush Lunch
Angaston Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Rowland Flat Nuriootpa Lyndoch Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Tanunda Nuriootpa Various Location Various Angaston/ Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Tanunda Angaston Location Location Tanunda Angaston Angaston/ Light Pass ass Light P Moculta Nuriootpa Angaston Angaston Angaston Tanunda Greenock Angaston Tanunda Moculta Gomersal Seppeltsfield Nuriootpa Greenock Greenock Marananga Lyndoch Angaston Tanunda Tanunda Nuriootpa Light PVass Tanunda Eden alley Greenock Williamstown Angaston Tanunda Williamstown Light Pass Eden Valley Light Pass Moculta Marananga Bethany Tanunda Tanunda Location Nuriootpa Angaston Tanunda Moculta
10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 30 Sat 9-‐5pm Sat 30 Sat 30 9-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 12-‐3pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐4pm 10.30am-‐ 5pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐5pm 9.30-‐5pm 10-‐5pm Sat 30
10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm Sun 31 12-‐5pm Sun 31 Sun 31 12-‐5pm 1-‐4pm 12-‐3pm 10-‐6pm 1-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐5pm 9.30-‐5pm 12-‐5pm 11-‐5pm Sun 31
Pipe Organ and Bells Tour Tabor Church Barossa Variety Concert
12-‐2pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm Mon 1 9-‐5pm 10-‐4pm Mon 1 Mon 1 8-‐11am 10-‐4pm 9-‐5pm 12noon-‐ 12-‐3pm 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐4pm 12noon-‐ 10-‐4pm 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐5pm 6-‐7.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐1pm 9.30-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 9.30-‐4pm 10-‐2pm Mon 1 6.30pm 12noon onwards
11am-‐ 12.30pm 12-‐4pm 11am-‐ 10.30-‐ 12.30pm Tues 2 4pm 12-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 4pm 10am-‐ 9-‐5pm 12.30pm 11-‐4pm 10am-‐ 6.30-‐ 12.30pm 12am 12-‐2pm 10-‐5pm 9-‐10am 11-‐12pm 10-‐5pm 9-‐10am Tues 2 11-‐12pm 9-‐5pm 8.30-‐ 11am 10-‐4pm Tues 2 Tues 2 8-‐11am 10-‐4pm 9-‐5pm 12-‐5pm 12noon-‐ 12-‐3pm 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 12noon-‐ 9.30-‐ 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 11.30am 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 1-‐4.30pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 6-‐7.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 6-‐8pm 10-‐4pm 10am-‐ 9.30-‐5pm 4.30pm 10-‐5pm 9.30-‐4pm 10-‐2pm Tues 2
11.30am-‐ 1.30pm Vintage 11am-‐ 11.30am-‐ 11am-‐ 12.30pm 12.30pm 1.30pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 11am-‐ 11am-‐ 10.30-‐ 12.30pm 10.30-‐ 12.30pm Wed 3 Thurs 4 4pm 4pm 12-‐4pm 12-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 4pm 4pm 10am-‐ 10am-‐ 9-‐5pm 12.30pm 9-‐5pm 12.30pm 11-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 7.30-‐ 10am-‐ 10am-‐ 11am 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 12.30pm 12.30pm 11.30am 11.30am 7.30-‐ 11am 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10.30-‐ 10.30-‐ 11.30am 11.30am 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 8-‐11am 2-‐6.30pm Wed 3 Thurs 4 9.30-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 8.30-‐ 8-‐11am 11am 4 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm Wed 3 Thurs Wed 3 Thurs 4 8-‐11am 8-‐11am 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 9-‐5pm 9-‐5pm 12-‐5pm 12-‐5pm 8.30-‐ 12noon-‐ 12noon-‐ 12-‐3pm 12-‐3pm 10.30am 4.30pm 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐6pm 12noon-‐ 11-‐4pm 12noon-‐ 9.30-‐ 10-‐4pm 4.30pm 4.30pm 10-‐4pm 11.30am 10-‐6pm 10-‐6pm 1-‐4.30pm 1-‐4.30pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 11-‐4pm 6-‐7.30pm 6-‐7.30pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 9.30-‐5pm 9.30-‐5pm 10-‐4pm 10-‐4pm 10am-‐ 10am-‐ 9.30-‐5pm 9.30-‐5pm 4.30pm 4.30pm 2-‐4pm 10-‐5pm 10-‐5pm 9.30-‐4pm 9.30-‐4pm 6.30am-‐ 10-‐2pm 11.30pm 10-‐2pm Wed 3 Thurs 4 3-‐4pm
Tanunda Tanunda Location Bethany/ Tanunda
Sun 31 6.30-‐ 10am
8-‐11am Tues 2
Easter Sunday Sunrise Service Easter & Vintage Thankgiving Church Services Easter Vintage & Harvest Thanksgiving Services Zion Lutheran Church Angaston
Wine Workshops Barossa Meets Bordeaux with Shotfire Quartage
7-‐7.40am 6.30-‐ 8.30am 10.30-‐ 11.30am 7.30-‐ 10.30am Sun 31
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Raise your glass - and hand to Barossa’s icon and cult wines The riches of Barossa winemaking – past and present – will be on show and available at the 2013 Rare & Distinguished Wine Auction on April 5, part of the biennial Barossa Vintage Festival. This live auction of 120 lots will go under the hammer in Penfolds Red Barrel Cellar in Nuriootpa from 10am (registrations from 9 a.m.), many of which are virtually impossible to source outside the Auction. Managed by the Barossa Grape and Wine Association, all wines are selected by a committee of local wine identities, and includes exceptional one-off lots, rarely obtainable verticals and highly sought after labels. Auction convener, Allister Ashmead says the wines chosen represent the breadth of Barossa winemaking,
with historical icons, cult wines, and emerging stars. “I can’t think of any other Australian wine region that can boast the secondary market following that the Barossa can, which makes this auction one of the most popular events of the Vintage Festival programme, and the region,” Allister said. A highlight is the largest line-up to date of large format bottles, with 32 lots from magnums to imperials, including Penfolds Grange; Rockford Basket Press; Peter Lehmann Stonewell and Langmeil 1843 The Freedom. More than 35 rare verticals are part of the catalogue including Orlando Steingarten Riesling; Elderton Command Shiraz; Torbreck Run Rig Shiraz; John Duval
Plexus SGM and Yalumba The Signature Cabernet Sauvignon; as well as a number of grouped Rare Collections, Wine Experiences and for the True Collector, one off imperial lots including Chris Ringland Barossa Ranges Shiraz 2005; Henschke Hill of Grace 2007 and Penfolds Bin 95 Grange 2008. Auction committee member and winemaker, Louisa Rose says the auction is one of the great gatherings of the local wine community. “This event is special for two reasons. Obviously, the wines are a collector’s paradise, and bidding is always fierce,” Louisa said. “There’s forever a healthy bunch of winemakers who come in search of that end of harvest reward in the guise of something for their cellar.
“It is also special for the winemakers as the auction is one of the biggest gatherings of the region. Most of the wine is donated to fund the ongoing running of the Vintage Festival. It is the wine community giving back to the local community, which has been a tradition since the beginnings of the Vintage Festival in 1947.” All wines are sourced directly from individual wineries and their cellars, and have been stored in optimum conditions. Graham Wright from Oddbins Wine Auctions will conduct the auction, and absentee and phone bids will be accepted. View the complete Auction catalogue, phone bidding facilities, absentee bidder registration form at www.barossavintagefestival.com.au.
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Nuriootpa is set to shine as Kathryn Schilling and Geraldene Schmidt together with Nuriootpa Futures Association’s President, Chris Linden and committee member, Graeme Longmuir, plan this year’s Barossa Brunch.
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Nuriootpa Barossa Brunch – Exciting family fun The newly formed Nuriootpa Futures Association, NFA is planning to take the town into the next era of “Community” co-operation beginning with the Barossa Brunch for this year’s Vintage Festival and lots of the local businesses are already hopping on board to be part of this exciting event. The Barossa Brunch held on Saturday, April 6 is a free family event in the main street of Nuriootpa and is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before. Organisers are expecting 1,000’s of people to attend and enjoy all the activities planned throughout the morning. This event starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. This year there will not be any wine for sale but the hotels will be open. The street will also be full of displays, live music, dancers and activities for children of all ages, in particular face painting, an animal nursery with reptiles and a climbing wall. Try your skill at grape treading or just enjoy the
roving entertainment. The Groovy Grape Road is back again but children must get in early to get their treats from the shops and stalls as it is only available from 9 - 10 a.m. The famous float procession commences from Coulthard House corner at 10 a.m. So come along, bring a chair, enjoy the best part of the parade and then enjoy a fantastic, family, fun filled morning and celebrate Nuriootpa’s famous Community Spirit with all your neighbours and friends. The NFA committee encourages any church, school, business, service or sporting club to come into town and tell their story. Contact Kathy Schilling on email@example.com and get involved. With coffee and tasty foods from around the local area, Nuriootpa plans to be the meeting place for the Barossa and to showcase some of the best there is from the region. Come along and be part of the fun.
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Barossa Vintage Festival 2013 Vintage Festival Parade Pack a picnic and deck chair for the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival Parade, held on April 6 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and prepare to be entertained! This year’s line up is sure to be talked about for years to come with a creative and entertaining collection of floats registered to participate.
Expect to see the usual rivalry between the town floats and don’t be surprised if you find yourself enjoying a good belly laugh or two with the popular humorous and entertaining floats. This year the parade route will run between Nuriootpa and Tanunda. The Barossa Brunch (Nuriootpa Town
Day) celebrations will provide familybased entertainment at the start of the parade with free face painting, magicians, bands and dance groups and tantalizing food. “The Parade has been running since 1947 and is the single most popular part of the bi-ennial Festival because it gives
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On the Koonunga Ag. Bureau Float were Ian Becker (front) with Allen McKenzie, Keith Hampel, John Schiller, Ralph Schrapel, Jamie Nietschke and Andrew Kleinig. Back: Sean Schrapel and Peter Kleinig.
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If you haven’t ever taken the time to follow the Scarecrow trail through the Barossa, this is the year to do it! Following on from the huge success of the Scarecrow programme in 2011, there are expected to be an amazing selection of scarecrows on display throughout the Barossa region. The Scarecrow trail will identify the location of every scarecrow registered through the Barossa Vintage Festival office and is something that needs to be seen for yourself. Take a leisurely drive through the Barossa and marvel at the works of creativity made by businesses, schools and individuals. “Once again we are expecting the quality of scarecrows to be exceptional” states Bill Biscoe, Festival President.
Scarecrows will be crafted using a variety of techniques and materials. “We expect to see some very unique pieces again this year” says Bill. It is expected that the use of recycled materials will continue. The community is asked to participate in the Scarecrow trail by voting for their favourite Scarecrow in the “People’s Choice” category. The winning scarecrow will be announced during the Tanunda Town Day celebrations on Thursday, April 4. Bill encourages everyone to “Drop by the Visitor Information Centre or download your copy of the Scarecrow Trail map, get a car load of friends together and follow the Scarecrow Trail throughout the Barossa – you can be sure of an entertaining drive!”
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Meet you at the Park ‘Meet You at the Park’ is a new event in the 2013 Barossa V i n t a g e F e s t i v a l c a l e n d a r. Scheduled to take place at the Tanunda Recreation Park, Elizabeth Street, Tanunda on Saturday 6 April between 1pm and 4pm. Entry is free. Following the Parade, the event will celebrate the unique community spirit that drives the Barossa Vintage Festival. The event has been developed to fill a void and provide both visitors and locals somewhere to gather and unwind after the Festival Parade has concluded. “The Festival Parade creates such a buzz and we want to provide the opportunity for spectators to continue celebrating. Family and friends can also catch up with Parade participants and review the morning’s festivities” says Samantha Foreman, Festival Manager. The event will have a strong
emphasis on supporting the local community with sporting groups, special interest groups, schools and other bodies invited to participate. “The Barossa is known for its culture of volunteering, its something that the Festival prides itself on”, says Samantha. “This event will provide the opportunity for community groups to raise funds for their own activities through the sale of food and drinks.” The event will be family friendly and have a relaxed, picnic atmosphere. Attendees are encouraged to bring a rug or chairs but in the spirit of the event are asked to buy food from the stall holders present and give back to the local community. Demonstrations and interactive activities by local sporting and other groups will provide entertainment throughout the afternoon.
After the Vintage Festival Parade, a new event “Meet You at the Park” is set to help continue the festivities at the Tanunda Recreation Park according to event organiser, Ms Samantha Foreman.
Workshops bring floats to a new level A small group of Barossans are taking their float construction to a new level this Barossa Vintage Festival parade after participating in a series of recent workshops. Organised by The Barossa Council in conjunction with the Barossa Vintage Festival, artist Annalise Rees was engaged to assist groups in the creation of their parade floats. Council’s manager, community and culture, Ms Maz McGann said the workshops were a way to encourage and support those creating floats and
to help raise the bar artistically. “In general people are feeling positive about it,” said Maz. “Annalise is very skilled and has a high level of expertise in a range of things.” Barossa Farmers Market manager, Ms Jess Greatwich is involved with the Angaston town float and said the workshops were great. She said brainstorming ideas about ways to construct a float and picking up practical tips has assisted in the town’s float entry. Artist Annalise Rees with workshop participants from back: Pam Young and Greg Bartsch, Barossa Leisure Options and Cherie Hausler, The Co-op. Front: Terene Chapman and Chad Elson, Seppeltsfield Winery; Jess Greatwich, Barossa Farmers Market and Rose Piscioneri, The Co-op.
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Vintage Name: Ashleigh Fox | Age 22, Ebenezer. Occupation: Executive Assistant at Regional Development Australia Barossa Because I have discovered so much more about the Barossa during my involvement in this programme, I want to share what I have learnt and help people recognise how many great opportunities the Barossa offers.
Name: Cassie Ferrett | Age 23, Tanunda. Occupation: Sales & Events Coordinator. As a young ambassador I hope to make the most of this opportunity by learning more about my community, networking, develop relationships with my fellow ambassadors and create a greater awareness of what our fantastic region known as “The Barossa” has to offer. Name: Daniel Kavanagh | Age 20, Gawler East. Occupation: Food and beverage attendant at the Jacobs Creek Visitors Centre The reason I joined the Ambassador programme was to gain more knowledge and skills that would help me within the Barossa Valley. I was eager to learn more about our history and what goes on behind the scenes. I would also like to see the rich culture and history that the Barossa prides itself on, to never fade. I think its important for tourists to not only look at the Barossa for its wine industry but for its story as well. I think that it is our history, our sense of community and our rich culture that sets us apart. I guess what I hope to achieve is making others aware of this.
Name: Penelope De Ruiter | Age 19, Barossa Valley. Occupation: I work for my mum at her shop, Red Door Espresso in Tanunda. I grew up in WA until I was five and then my family moved to the Barossa. I have just started TAFE doing an Advanced Diploma of Graphic Design. What I hope to achieve out of the young ambassadors is to gain skills in marketing, good communication and a better understanding about the Barossa. These skills will stay with me through the rest of my working life and it’s also a great opportunity to meet new people and make some great friends.
Name: Sharni Lee Hausler | Age 20, Barossa born. Occupation: Trainee Information Officer at the Barossa Visitor Centre. As a young Ambassador I wish to widely promote the Barossa interstate and also internationally.
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Name: Rebecca Murphy | Age 25, Tanunda. Occupation: Events Executive Novotel Barossa Valley Resort. As a Young Ambassador, I hope to achieve a better appreciation of the Barossa Valley and a greater understanding of our history and heritage. I would also like to become a more active member of the community and to ensure that the Barossa Valley remains a must visit destination for tourists, showcasing all we have to offer with food, wine and tourism.
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Name: Rebecca Welton | Age 24, Vine Vale. Occupation: Working at CCL Labels as an Account Coordinator. As a young ambassador I would like to bring more focus to the youth of the Barossa and look to establish more attractions/events targeted towards the younger generation.
Name: Emily Neldner | Age 22, Nuriootpa. Occupation: Retail Manager at Barossa Valley Cheese Company. Hopeful to achieve: To bring the young people of the Barossa a new connection to the Vintage Festival. Our event, Friday Night Live - is aimed at young-youngish people. For this event to work well will be a huge promise to the future young ambassadors and for the people that attend! This programme has taught us a lot already about the Barossa, perhaps things we should have known, but to work in such a large group of young people, I hope we achieve enough for the community to understand our hard work.
Name: Kimberly Abraham | Age 23, Nuriootpa. Occupation: Packaging Technician Wolf Blass. As a young ambassador I hope to experience and learn things about the Barossa that the average person would not know so I can then educate others on the Beautiful region that we are so lucky to live in.
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Name: Kim Schmidtke | Age 23, Angaston. Occupation: Laboratory Technician at St Hallett. Hope to increase my knowledge and understanding of the Barossa Valley, its history and its culture so I can better promote the place I have called home my entire life. And of course I hope to make some new friends along the way.
Name: Ashton Hurn | Age 22, Angaston. Occupation: Research Assistant to Steven Marshall MP and on the family property. As a Barossa Young Ambassador I will use my platform to champion the three iconic pillars of our region: wine, food and tourism.
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Name: Alex John | Age 24, Tanunda. Occupation: Trainee Cooper and Production Assistant at A.P John Coopers. I hope to gain a broader knowledge of the direction the Barossa is going, and what we can do to continue innovation, but in balance with our tradition and history. And to be out in the community as a familiar face enjoying and promoting all that we love about the Barossa Valley.
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Young Ambassadors host Vintage event Barossa’s Young Ambassadors will showcase their skills and actively participate in hosting the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival for the Friday Night Live event on April 5. Angaston Town Hall will be transformed into an eclectic live music venue, featuring About Her, one of Adelaide’s freshest live bands with a huge repertoire of contemporary,
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alternative and some unforgettable classics. Ticket price includes roving party food prepared by local chef, Stuart Oldfield (Hand Made Catering), using the Barossa’s finest produce. Receive a complimentary drink on arrival from a handpicked selection of local wines, Boots cider and beer.
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See more than 30 stalls at Yalumba Harvest Market Featuring more than 30 stalls loaded with fresh local produce, a cooking school led by celebrated chef Poh Ling Yeow, and an exclusive opportunity to delve into a treasure trove of wine, the eagerly awaited Yalumba Harvest Market returns on April 2 and 3. Held every two years on the grounds of Yalumba, the Harvest Market, which is celebrating the 10th
event in 2013, has become one of the most anticipated events of the Barossa Vintage Festival. Entry to the market is free. Breakfast from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. both days. Market from 10 a.m. – 4.30 p.m. Enquiries and bookings for the Cooking School (April 2nd and 3rd) and Yalumba Museum Tasting (April 2 only) can be made via (08) 8561 3200 or email email@example.com.
Barossa Embroiderers Guild Exhibition An exhibition of exquisite needlework by local embroiderers will take place on Monday 1st and Saturday, April 6 at the C.W.A. Hall in Murray Street, Tanunda. A multitude of techniques including cross stitch, hardanger,
thread painting and surface stichery have been used in the embroidery exhibition. A collection of miniature embroidered owls will be featured in the exhibition and a quilt will be raffled.
Textile Ar t Exhibition By Caroline Sharkey
March 30-31: 9am-4pm, April 1-5: 9am-5.30pm, April 6-7: 9am-4pm Quilts by local exhibitors will also be on display Sponsored by Bernina
from Bernina Australia will be demonstrating the new quilt motion software Tues, April 2: 1pm - 5.30pm & 7.30pm - 9pm, Wed, April 3: 9am-5pm
Mr Bill Biscoe, Barossa Vintage Festival President at Yalumba’s Harvest Market 2011 enjoying the best of Barossa from local producers including Ms Claire Wood, Carême Traditional Pastry; Mr Rolf Egert, Kurianda Barossa; Mr Peter Barratt, Schulz Butcher and Mr David West, Weich’s Barossa Valley Egg Noodles.
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When Angaston really comes to life village green at 7.30 a.m. The Angaston & District Lions Club will serve up a delicious cooked breakfast and our local schools will be selling pancakes, muffins, fruit salad and juices. The village green will be a hub of activity with live music from Free Genie, adding to the vibe of the morning. DH2642
Angaston will come alive on Wednesday, April 3 from 7.30 a.m. when the Angaston Town Day is held. Taking a different format this year, the Angaston main street will remain open throughout the day, offering people the opportunity to come and go as they please. The morning will start with a big community breakfast in the Angaston
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Beyond the main street there are several key events, which will contribute to making the 2013 Angaston Town Day a success. There will be a free shuttle bus running from 11 a.m. to the Yalumba Harvest Market. The popular Angaston Markets will set up for the day in the Angaston Town Hall from 10 a.m. offering a great selection of local arts and crafts, books, bric-a-brac and more! Churches here are worth a visit too with beautiful displays of patchwork quilts on show at the Old Union Chapel and Zion Lutheran Church and Art with Atmosphere exhibition at Angaston Uniting Church Hall. While you’re there pop over to the Angaston Uniting Church from 3 - 4 p.m. and for a gold coin donation catch a glimpse of the “Celebrate with Music” programme featuring Valley Voices Choir and Pipe Organ where both sacred an popular music will be presented. The Choir will be supported by the churches in Angaston (Uniting, Lutheran and Anglican). So come along, bring your families and friends and discover Angaston.
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A guided tour along the Heritage Wa l k o f A n g a s t o n w i l l b e a central part of the mor ning, encouraging people of all ages to discover Angaston. The local schools are supporting the day getting involved in the walks and the breakfast. There are two ways to take the tour, which will start at 9:30 am.: • Local characters will lead groups on an informative and fun historical walk • The tech-savy can do the walk by following Geo-caching navigators. Geo-Caching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS co-ordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location all you need is a GPS device, or a GPSenabled mobile phone. Tour guides will have the GPS, so there is no need for you to worry! After the walk, take a leisurely stroll along the Angaston Main Street where local businesses will have their signature products on show.
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Barossa Meets Bordeaux with Shotfire Quartage
This masterclass will allow participants to taste back vintage Shotfire Quartage and make their own blend of this award winning wine. All participants receive a bottle of 2010 Shotfire Quartage. Tuesday 2 April and Friday 5 April 11am - 12pm Cost: $25 adult. Bookings essential: (08) 8564 3036 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; www.thornclarkewines.com.au Thorn-Clarke Wines, Gawler Park Road Angaston
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Walk, Talk, Tweet and Eat: Discover Angaston is the theme for Angaston Town Day and event organisers including Ashton Hurn, Fr. Steven de Kleer, Karina Kroehn, Bill Biscoe and Bec Falland are keen for visitors to uncover the township’s rich heritage and community spirit.
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‘Chill @ The Cool End of the Valley’ Williamstown Town Day The southern Barossa township of Williamstown is offering the perfect opportunity to relax and chill out on the last day of the Barossa Vintage Festival with their Williamstown Town Day on Sunday, April 7 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Williamstown Town Day will be on from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. at Colonist Corner in the main street. The day will feature fantastic live music from local musicians, kicking off with local artist, Alexandra Conway from 11 a.m. Popular Barossa muso, Joe Ahern will be performing from 1pm, before the trio of Ralph Franke on saxophone; Ben McCall on piano and Tony Luke on guitar finish off the day in style. There will plenty of local wines from the cool end of the Valley to try, with six Williamstown wine producers, Domain Day, Linfield Road Wines, Purple Hands, TeAro Estate, Winter Creek Wine and Blue Rock Wines, all showcasing their products
on the day. If you’re after a gourmet bite to eat, there will be delicious food and coffee available from local food providers including Baker ST and Bar 41. For something a little different, Antiques expert, James Bruce will be on hand during the afternoon to offer appraisals, so make sure you rummage through the cupboards because if there’s an item you’re always wondered about then this is a great chance to discover the background to it. There will also be plenty of fun filled activities to keep the children entertained, including a magician, face painter, circus tricks school and bouncy castle. Plus, the Williamstown Town Day will also be hosting the final of the grape treading competition from 3pm, with those who have won heats around the Barossa during the week competing for the title and glory of being the best grape treaders in the region.
Williamstown Town Day will be the perfect place to “chill out, relax and refresh in style’” on the last day of the Barossa Vintage Festival. James Bain, TeAro Estate; Joe Ahern, local musician; Daniel Wilson, Linfield Road Wines; Belinda Pearson, Baker ST and Henry Goodwin, Domain Day will all be there showcasing what the region has to offer.
PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT April 4, 6.30pm - 10.30pm
No BYO. Wood fired Roaring 40’s pizzas. Cost $25 entry including movie and glass of wine.
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GOOD FRIDAY, March 29, 6.30pm - 10.30pm Authentic, delectable food by renowned chef Stuart Oldfield. Food & Wine/Bev + Show + Live recording CD all inclusive $180 banquet starts 7.30pm. Bookings essential - Limited tickets.
Brekkie @ Gibsons
April 4, 8.30am - 10.30am Relax and enjoy the surroundings. Coffee availalble. Cost $15.
Complex Wine - Rob Gibson April 4, 2pm - 4pm
Explore the complexity in our Shiraz. Receive a FREE bottle. Cost $60. Bookings essential.
GIBSON WINES - Willows Road, Light Pass Anne Gibson 0416 213 661 or email@example.com
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curator and Violinist, Niki Vasilakis, Young South Australian of the year 2008, presenter of the popular television series â€˜Classical Destinationsâ€™ and star of the film â€œ4.â€? The classics series offers a customary Barossa experience combining stunning food, luscious wines and of course captivating music, a hospitable tradition the region is famous for, and all of which takes place in one of the Barossaâ€™s iconic chateaux. Each of the four events offers guests the chance to indulge in a culinary encounter, worthy of the musical experience ahead. Presenting two formal evening concerts, and two daytime recitals, guests are
A Neon Dry Club The members of the YAC Barossa decided to plan a â€œyouthâ€? friendly event for one of the biggest festivals of the Barossa Valley, the Vintage Festival. After a number of discussions between members of the Committee there was a strong commitment to provide a fun night for young people to celebrate the Vintage Festival that did not revolve around alcohol. YAC Barossa recognises the importance of the wine industry in the Barossa Valley and the Vintage Festival itself, but felt that there was nothing provided to the 13 â€“ 24 demographic that wished to attend a dry (non-alcohol) event. The Neon â€˜Dryâ€™ Club will be held on April
6 following on from the Vintage Festival parade. Doors will open at 6pm and to ensure a space free from alcohol and the safety of all participants the club will be a lock-in event, no pass outs will be given (lock-in from 6.30 â€“ 10pm). A purchased ticket will include entry to the night club, pizza and a glow stick. The theme of the night is NEON which will include black lights on the night. The night will include beats from local DJâ€™s, a Neon Painting Booth for body art, Mocktails and drinks to purchase, along with prizes for best Neon dressed and a lucky door prize. Come along for a great night.
offered a choice of sumptuous lunch, high tea, pre-concert fine dining, along with CanapĂŠs and wine which are inclusive with the evening functions. â€œThese concerts will be an intimate exchange of the great classics between the audience and wonderful musicians, surrounded in the most beautiful setting of the Barossa Chateau. A feast for the senses,â€? Niki Vasilakis said. Barossa Chateau and its magnificent rose garden were opened by HM Queen Elizabeth in 2002. A boutique winery cellar door,
expansive Barrel room, and of course the grand formal hall filled with precious art and antiques, offer a breathtaking scene not unlike the salons and galleries of Europe. Mark and Mandy are enthusiastic about increasing the artistic profile of the venue, a unique space which provides a stunning backdrop for an intimate soirĂŠe with a series of Classical concerts. With Nikiâ€™s musical direction, the long term goal is to further develop and cultivate ongoing world class classical music programmes.
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Barossa Vintage Festival presents the launch of the Barossa Chateau Classics, April 5, 6 and 7, three world class musicians presenting a beautiful repertoire within the walls of the majestic Barossa Chateau grand ball room. The programme runs over three days delivering four events, featuring Niki Vasilakis-violin, Bernadette Harvey-piano and Emma-Jane Murphy-cello. There has been an absence of regular classical music events for some years in the Barossa, so it is with great pleasure that the Classics have returned through Barossa Chateau, a collaboration between presenters, Mark and Mandy Creed and
Callum Hann @ Kellermeister â€“ Cooking With Wine A Taste of Cheese, Wine & Candleholders Saturday, March 30 - Sunday April 7 | 10am-5pm
Taste 5 magnificent cheeses from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company with superbly matched Gomersal wines. Admire a local artistâ€™s beautiful glass candleholders (available for purchase). Cost: $15 per person
High Tea Amongst the Barrels
Saturday, April 6 | 2pm for 2.30pm start until 4.30pm Enjoy an afternoon with a refreshing glass of Gomersal wine on arrival, a selection of sweet and savoury treats, iced tea on tap and the delightful sound of a stringed instrument trio. Cost: $65 per person. Bookings essential.
March 30 to April 7 2013 Join us overlooking the spectacular Barossa Ranges at Kellermeister during this yearâ€™s Barossa Vintage Festival, for a series of fun and intimate cooking shows with Barossa-born celebrity cook, Callum Hann. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine while watching the MasterChef All Star create a selection of dishes using our award winning wines & cider. Tickets are just $25 for adults, $12.50 for children aged 6 - 12 years, and children under the age of 6 are free.
Places are limited and bookings essential. For further information and bookings visit www.kellermeister.com.au Alternatively phone (08) 8524 4303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lyndoch Road, Gomersal. p| 8563 3611
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The Breakfast Rave
FORTIFIED WINE & CANAPÉ TASTING FLIGHT
Join us for an indulgent sensory experience. Enjoy a flight of 6 award winning fortified wines expertly matched with individual tasting spoon canapés by Seppeltsfield chef, Owen Andrews. Following your sensory journey, enjoy a guided tour of the Seppeltsfield property, where you will be immersed in the estate’s intriguing Barossan history.
Tues 2nd April 11am - 12pm Wed 3rd April 11am - 12pm
Thurs 4th April 11am - 12pm Fri 5th April 11am - 12pm
$30 per person – includes wine tasting, canapés and tour
Ph: (08) 8568 6217 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield www.seppeltsfield.com.au
The excitement is official - Barossa Coffee Roasters, Scullery Made Tea and friends are teaming up again to ‘pop’ breakfast in to Sunday morning, just in time to wrap up the festivities of vintage on April 7. The Breakfast Rave is a spontaneous community event, popping up in various iconic Barossa Valley locations. As part of this year’s Vintage Festival programme, the next venue for The Breakfast Rave will only be announced a couple of weeks prior to the event. With a notion to provide a great place to hang out on a milk crate and nibble away on locally sourced produce, The Breakfast Rave team have managed to create a 100% compostable event; even the knives and forks can be eaten by worms after the fact. Hand screened t-shirts, hessian signage and bunting made from old coffee sacks add to the hands-on
aspect of the morning, but it’s the give away veggie seedlings that really show the nature of the event. A collection of plants, potted up in spent tea leaves and coffee grounds, are offered to make their way home with anyone who wants to help ‘grow the next Rave’. Care and attention to detail is apparent in every edible, brew-able, compostable aspect of what appears on offer in the morning. There’s no ‘quick, duck down the shops’ for what makes it onto the trestle, oh no. It’s more ‘has anyone fed the sourdough starter’ and ‘this cold drip will be done in another eight hours’ or ‘best be off to pick mulberries and collect eggs’... Handmade and from the heart is how things roll at The Breakfast Rave. Fairtrade, organic and sustainable brekky with live music, kicking off at 8 a.m. and disappearing at midday.
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TALENT ON SHOW: Members of the Angaston Uniting Church Painting Group, including Ria Tscharke, Bev Rice, Dorothy Lee, Sandy Hoffmann, Jean Wilson and Heather Wilton have been busily creating paintings using a variety of mediums for their tenth Vintage Festival exhibition - ‘Art With Atmosphere’. The group of nearly twenty local artists, who meet regularly throughout the year, will showcase more than 60 works in the Church Hall during the Vintage Festival week.
GNADENFREI LUTHERAN CHURCH MARANANGA DH2609
Open Tuesday 2 April to Friday 5 April 1.00pm - 4.30pm Cost: Donation
Beautiful historic church. Tours of church, grounds and cemetery every hour commencing 1.30pm. German heritage displays from Marananga. Tea, coffee and biscuits available. Taste and buy our wine ‘MIXED BLESSINGS’ Eleven varieties in the 2009 blend... Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Cinsaut, Grenache, Merlot, Mourvedre, Sangiovese, Shiraz, Tempranillo, Touriga... $12/bottle. Orders: 0413 610 265.
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Book by calling 08 8524 8120 or at kingsfordhomestead.com.au SW2764
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Barossa Vintage Festival
30 March to 7 April 2013
Be inspired by Barossaâ€™s greatest blend: wine, food, characters and culture. Nine days of celebration across 100 unique events. New experiences, fond favourites and everything in between.
Est. 1947. Australiaâ€™s original regional wine festival. Full Festival program available: www.barossavintagefestival.com.au Colourful characters share their Barossa Vintage Festival stories on MyBarossaChannel: www.youtube.com Enquiries: (08) 8563 0663; email@example.com twitter.com/mybarossa
Thank you to all sponsors who have generously supported the 2013 Barossa Vintage Festival including:
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