Riverland Wine has been working over the last few months with Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin to extend the existing Riverland Automatic Weather Station (AWS) network to provide better information to the region’s winegrape growers.
The Riverland Wine & Food Festival (RWFF) brings the community together to enjoy what makes our region great. It is a celebration of the region’s wine and food culture and is recognised as one of the highlights of the South Australian events calendar.
Food, wine and agribusiness is a key pillar of South Australia’s economy. The State Government is committed to supporting primary industries to invest, expand and grow, with an objective to accelerate the state’s food, wine and agribusiness sectors with the goal of 3% growth each year.
A number of boutique wine producers are collaborating for another Riverland Small Winemakers Collaborative Cellar Door. Bassham Wines will host the small wine producers on Sunday, October 6 at their property on Bassham Road, Barmera. They will be joined by 919 Wines, Top Block, Spook Hill, Mundoo Ridge, Junnare Wines, Whistling Kite Wines and Back Verandah Wines.