- Starts:October 17, 2022 10:00 am
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South Australia is the historic heart of Australian wine, home to famous regions, heritage estates, multi-generational winemaking families and old vines. The state is also a leader in sustainable wine production, with wineries focused on water and energy management, reducing their carbon footprint and conserving the environment.
Join us for a fascinating conversation on sustainability in South Australia, with wineries that are accredited by Sustainable Winegrowing Australia. Hear from winemakers and viticulturists from McLaren Vale – the most environmentally sustainable grape growing region in Australia – as well as the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, Clare Valley and Riverland.
In a conversation with Jane Masters MW, winemakers and viticulturists from Gemtree Wines, Hither & Yon, Wakefield Wines, Torbreck, Wynns Coonawarra Estate and Thistledown Wines will talk about sustainable practices across their business. From irrigation practices and canopy management, alternative grape varieties and cover crops, to alternative and innovative packaging, find out what they’re doing and what impact it is having.
Gemtree Wines Luna Crescente Fiano 2022, McLaren Vale
Hither & Yon Aglianico 2022, McLaren Vale
Thistledown Wines Wild & Wilder Cloud Cuckoo Land Montepulciano Nero d'Avola 2021, Riverland
Torbreck Vintners Hillside Vineyard Grenache 2020, Barossa Valley
Wynns Coonawarra Estate Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon 2019, Coonawarra
Wakefield Wines St Andrews Shiraz 2018, Clare Valley