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The international ‘Best Of Wine Tourism’ awards were announced during a gala dinner at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens on November 8. The ceremony marked the end of the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Great Wine Capitals in Adelaide, South Australia.

For Pam and Tony Barich of Whistling Kite Vineyards in South Australia’s Riverland district, the answer to creating a sustainable and healthy future are organics and biodynamics.

Elderton Wines

Visiting Elderton Cellar Door is quintessential to experiencing the lifestyle and rich culture of the Barossa and provides visitors with unique food and wine experiences designed to showcase the provenance and distinctive character of their wines.

In 2017 the Ashmead family invested $1 million to complete a sensitive renovation and restoration of the 1918–built gentleman’s bungalow, creating a new luxury wine destination. With five private tasting rooms and spaces, the Cellar Door can accommodate from two to 50 guests.

Penfolds Magill Estate

Penfolds Magill Estate has been purposefully developed as a major tourist attraction where visitors can engage, explore, discover, enjoy and experience the quality and meaning of the Penfolds brand.

The Magill Estate experience opens up the inner sanctum of Penfolds, the birthplace of Grange and winemaker Max Schubert’s original underground hiding place for his experimental wine.

Inkwell Wines

Hotel California Road @Inkwell is a new luxury all suites micro-hotel located amidst the vineyards. Built from twenty repurposed shipping containers, the entire project emphasises re-use, repurposing and recycling; extending on their commitment and demonstration to sustainability in wine tourism. The hotel rooms are built to provide an immersive ‘infinity edge’ view of the vines and the local wildlife.

Women play a significant role in South Australian agribusiness – including the wine industry. However, there is enormous potential for the sector and our state’s regions to benefit even more from female participation and leadership in the sector.

To acknowledge this, the Women Influencing Agribusiness and Regions strategy has been developed through a partnership between women in industry, community and Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA).

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