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Tom Raggatt

Harry Hastwell

Welcome to HWR Media & Communications

The company, known then as Hastwell Media, was established in 1972 by the late Harry Hastwell.

Harry and his son Mark built an enviable reputation as leaders in the media and advertising

industries in South Australia and Australia.

HWR Media & Communications, hereafter HWR, was formed on 1 July 1982 through the

amalgamation of South Australia’s three leading independent media representation companies…

Hastwell Media

Williamson & Associates

Greg Rouse Media

In 1989, after close to ten years with News Corp, Tom Raggatt joined

the organisation thus HWR became Hastwell Williamson Raggatt

Pty Ltd.

For thirty-eight years HWR has evolved into one of the largest

independent media representation organisations in Australia.

Currently over 100 media organisations entrust HWR to provide advice

and information on their behalf to customers in South Australia,

Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria and the Northern Territory.

Market Evolvement

In response to our customers’ needs, in 1996 HWR purchased graphic

design firm, Smart Designs and expanded both its publishing and

marketing services area. This was a significant milestone.

In addition, at this time we began our digital integration strategy,

completing work for General Motors Holden amongst other clients.

The development role has now expanded to a full service digital

agency providing advertising sales, web site development, email

marketing and performance measurement.

From left to right: Mark Hastwell, Tom Raggatt, John Williamson

Tom Raggatt - CEO

Tom is the major shareholder of HWR having joined the

company in 1989. With a steady and controlled growth path

over a number of years, Tom has been able to optimise all

situations and environments and therefore HWR has grown

and thrived with technological changes.

Tony Mangan - Director of Media Sales

Tony has extensive experience in the advertising industry

having held senior account service and management positions

in small to large full service and creative agencies across

Adelaide and Melbourne. These include Stokes Advertising,

Young & Rubicam, CHE and AJF Partnership. Tony brings to

HWR over 25 years experience across all media, strategy and

client service, he understands what clients need and want.

Marie Jones - Digital Director

Marie heads up HWR Media’s Digital Media Department.

Her representation portfolio includes both broad spectrum

major online players such as ninemsn, Australia’s largest

online publisher housing over 300 individual websites in

news, sport, lifestyle, entertainment, travel, social media,

through to the monetisation of smaller niche sites for

clients in fields such as medical and legal.

Kate Petersen - Media Supervisor

Kate commenced her career in 2001 as Receptionist/

Administration Assistant for an Adelaide company before

commencing with HWR in 2004 as Receptionist. In 2005

Kate was promoted to an Account Executive role in the

Client Services Department (Media/Newspaper), and in

2007 progressed to Media Supervisor for the Media

Department (Newspapers).

Sue Hoffmann - Account Manager

Sue is a major contributor in our sales team as Account

Manager responsible for client relationships and advertising

sales. Prior to joining HWR 3 years ago, Sue held the position

of Sponsorship & Training Manager for The Institute for Public

Administration of Australia, responsible for training programs

for the Public Service. Prior roles have included Business

Development and as State Marketing Specialist for Yellow

Pages Australia.

Anne Mitchell - Media Co-ordinator

Anne commenced work at Hastwell Williamson Rouse in 1982

at the age of 18. Anne has worked in all departments of the

company including newspapers, tv, radio and magazines.

During Anne’s time with HWR she has raised 3 children and is

still with the company on a casual basis.

Jessica Honeychurch - Account Executive - Media

After completing a Media/Arts degree in 2009 followed by

studies at the Advertising Federation of Australia’s Adschool,

Jessica joined the HWR team in 2010 as an Account Executive

in the media department. Her role includes working closely

with the newspaper publishers as well as agencies and

direct clients.

Robin Foreman - Creative Services & Publishing Manager

Robin has an advertising background spanning more than

30 years including account service, production and senior

management roles. Robin leads our creative and publishing

team in the production of more than 15 publications HWR

produces annually.

Josie Rasheed - Finance & Administration Manager

Thirteen years in the finance industry followed by another

thirteen years in hospitality including payroll and general

accounting has brought strong skills and knowledge into

the company with Josie’s experience. Josie works alongside

the Managing Director in the financial administration of

the company.

Elizabeth McGrice - Projects Manager

Liz retired as publisher, Advertiser Enterprises in 2009 after

holding senior advertising and marketing roles within News

Ltd for more than 30 years.

Anthony Lupoi - Senior Graphic Designer

Anthony’s experience includes more than 12 years in

professional Advertising Agencies in the capacity of

Creative & Layout Artist, Web & Print Designer and Studio

& Print Manager. Creative and effective execution combined

with quality, speed and accuracy are his strengths. Having

published his own magazine for the past 5 years, ensures

that you are in capable hands.

Nyssa Bonnes - Graphic Designer/Web Developer

On completing a degree in Visual Communications Nyssa

worked for a year at an Adelaide Photography company.

From there she moved to London and worked as a graphic

designer in the fashion and retail industries for two years

before returning to Adelaide and at the beginning of 2010

she joined HWR Media. With Nyssa’s design and web skills

and experience she can execute her skills to benefit our

clients’ creative projects.

Bree Tassell - Account Manager

Bree’s experience includes over 14 years working as an

Account Manager in the Exhibition Industry, Radio (across

Promotions, Marketing and Agency Sales), and magazines.

With her range of skills Bree is the Account Manager for

samotor and ntmotor magazines with HWR.

Felicity Williams - Graphic Designer

Currently studying Communication and Media Management

at the University of South Australia, Felicity utilises her

non-contact hours to work in our busy design studio.

Felicity brings flair, professionalism and enthusiasm to

her role.

Ned Raggatt - Graduate Account Executive

Currently undertaking a Bachelor of Media degree at the

Adelaide University, Ned joined HWR to further develop his

media skills and gain direct experience at the forefront

of the business.

Our Team

Our Team

HWR has a strong and cohesive team of

professionals. Our staff offers professional

advice and service across all platforms of our

company including account management,

media management, sales, creative design

and publishing expertise with an absolute

commitment to excellence.

Quality Management

HWR is the largest independent media

representation organisation in Australia.

This enables us to provide all our clients

with a uniquely powerful network of

contacts and market intelligence plus the

proven ability to grow advertising sales

from our markets. This benefits our clients

in catering to their media needs not only

throughout Australia but the world.

HWR holds a unique position in the South

Australian and indeed Australian marketplace

due to the number of strategic and

influential organisations we work with

such as Toyota, Mitsubishi and South

Australian Government departments.

These relationships enable us to offer

our clients opportunities first, before the

general market is aware of them.

HWR is at the forefront of the digital revolution in the South Australian market through its representation

of Australia’s market leading digital network – ninemsn. ninemsn reaches over 8.2 million Australians each

month and the ninemsn network is home to over 95 different websites. Over the past few years, digital

media has experienced double digit growth whereas other more traditional forms of media, such as

television, radio and print, have experienced flat, and in some cases, negative growth. Digital media

offers incremental reach and instant material currency to advertisers who have used traditional forms

of media in the past.

HWR, through our representation of ninemsn has been directly involved in digital campaigns for the

following clients:

Mamee Noodles – international FMCG client

South Australian Government – Departments such as Motor Accident Commission, Child,

Youth & Women’s Health Services, Universities, Department of Trade & Economic Development,

South Australian Tourism Commission

Great Southern Rail – Australia’s national rail system from east to west coasts

ET Browne – Palmers Cocoa Butter

San Remo – FMCG Pasta

Bernie Lewis Home Loans – Financial institution

Savings & Loans Credit Union – Financial institution

Coopers Brewery – Manufacturer of premium ales

Grant Burge Winery – Manufacturer of internationally recognised wines

Nova 91.9 – National radio network

Kirra Tours – Travel company

Monroe Australia – Manufacturers of shock absorbers and ride control products

CMI Toyota – Toyota dealership

Quality Management

Online, Media & Newspapers

Ninemsn #1 online media company/approximately 9.8million visitors per month

80+ sites including Hotmail, Messenger, Getaway, ACP magazines.

Categories include: News, Sport, Finance, Entertainment, Video, Lifestyle and more!

* Source: Nielsen NetView Home/Work panel

Non-binding International Affiliates

We have a strategic alliance with Publicitas

Australia, part of the Publicitas Promotion

Network, the world’s leading media sales

organisation with 160 offices in 23 countries.

HWR actively promotes international media

on behalf of media owners worldwide.


Core business is print media representation

Representing more than 200 newspapers throughout Australia and New Zealand

Built an extensive reputation for the entire Adelaide advertising market

Specialists in print media, with broad market knowledge and experience to successfully execute

campaigns locally and nationally. Our objective is to consistently deliver high quality sales

and service.



At HWR we understand that our reputation

depends on our performance and to perform

we need talented and dedicated people along

with the latest and best equipment with

first class premises. We spend a great deal

of time, energy and resources to ensure we

maintain all these elements.

We believe that we must remain at the

cutting edge of technology in the industry

and must ensure that service and quality

are our key priorities.

We also understand that we are often a key

supplier to our clients’ businesses and when

we can assist their company meet its own

business objectives, we are providing

a complete service to them.



Discover the road less travelled

Printed Publication

Online Publication





South Australia

Various publications produced by HWR



Custom Publishing


iPhone app

HWR’s Custom Publishing division

provides expert design and project

management services for corporate

and consumer-oriented publishing

campaigns, driving the entire

publication process from initial

project development through sales

promotion, design, proof reading,

pre-press planning, printing and final

delivery. HWR currently publishes

more than 15 titles, totalling in

excess of a staggering 260 million

pages per year!


Yorke Peninsula

A coastal getaway


Enjoy the fun and excitement of Yorke

Peninsula’s festivals and events, from

traditional country shows to the world’s

biggest Cornish festival.


January 2011

1 January Port Vincent Gala Day

For more information phone

0417 540 149.

26 January Australia Day Celebrations

Check with the local visitor

information outlets (see page

2) for details about celebrations

throughout the region.

March 2011

12 March Ales, Sails & Scales

Festival, Port Broughton

Featuring beer, boats and

fishing; this festival has a variety

of stalls, free competitions

and the Buccaneers and

Beachcombers Ball.

For more information phone

(08) 8635 2854.

13 March Station Markets, Moonta

Enjoy a variety of stalls including

crafts, toys, collectables, charity

stalls, bric-a-brac and sausage

sizzle. Tourist train & road tram

rides are also available.

For more information phone

(08) 8825 1891.

16 March 133rd Maitland Show

For more information phone

(08) 8839 2072.

April 2011

23 April Port Victoria Royal

Volunteer Coastal Patrol

Easter Fishing Competition

For more information phone

(08) 8853 2951.


23 April Warooka Market

For more information phone

(08) 8854 5368.

23 April Hardwicke Bay Pancake

rdwicke Bay Pancake

Morning and Trash ‘N


For more information phone

(08) 8853 4131.

23 - 24 April Stansbury Country Bazaar

For more information phone

0408 142 875.

May 2011

11 - 17 May Kernewek Lowender –

June 2011

rooka Market


Country Bazaar

Copper Coast Cornish


Held in Moonta, Kadina and

Wallaroo, since 1973, this

biennial event is the world’s

largest Cornish Festival. Come

along and help us remember

and celebrate the pioneering

Cornish miners with activities,

including dancing, fine foods and

singing in the Cornish tradition.

For more information contact

the Kernewek Lowender office

on (08) 8821 4500.

rt & Craft


11 June Maitland Art

& Craft Fair

A great family outing with over

50 stalls to browse and buy a

bargain. For more information

phone (08) 8832 2174.



11 -12 June Winter Family Fun Fishing


Yorke Peninsula is one of South Australia’s key diving

areas. Whether you are scuba-diving or snorkelling,

there’s a whole new world to explore around


shores and jetties of Yorke Peninsula.

August 2011

With such a combination of unspoilt ocean

waters and habitats, including sandy beaches,

reefs and islands, there is a huge diversity and

abundance of fish and crustacean species.

Two underwater Maritime Heritage Trails

provide excellent diving opportunities

for beginners and the experienced. The

Wardang Island Maritime Heritage Trail has

eight wrecks, while the Investigator Strait

Shipwreck Trail highlights 10 vessels wrecked

in the region. Waterproof booklets are

available for divers to use underwater at each

of these trails and are available from visitor

information centres or the Department of

Environment and Natural Resources.

The Zanoni shipwreck

Lying 10 nautical miles southeast of

Ardrossan, the Zanoni is the most intact

19th century merchant sailing vessel in SA

waters. People interested in diving can obtain

permits from the Maritime Heritage Branch of

the Department of Environment and Natural

Resources or visit

Left to right: Clowning around; Fishing.

Attracting anglers from all over

the state, this Port Broughton

event is a fun day for the whole

family and includes shore, jetty,

boat entries and activities in the

Port Broughton Community Hall.

For more information phone

(08) 8635 2854.

20 - 21 August Kadina 141st Annual Show

Enjoy the fun of a country show,

including a 2-day horse event,

stalls, sideshows and much

more. For more information

phone (08) 8821 2848.

September 2011

Yorke Peninsula Field Days

27 - 29


October 2011

Australia’s oldest field days,

established in 1894, this 3 day

event showcases the latest

agricultural machinery, products

and technology as well as a

large general interest section.

For more information phone

(08) 8827 2040 or visit

(See page 40)

1 October Hardwicke Bay Pancake

Morning and

Trash ‘N Treasure

For more information phone

(08) 8853 4131.

1 - 2 October Stansbury Country Bazaar

For more information phone

0408 142 875.


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dragons, cuttlefish, and a variety of fish and


colourful corals.


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1909, to the Welling, a 10-ton wooden

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please take all safety precautions and advise

someone of your whereabouts.

Stenhouse Bay Jetty

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marine life. Left to

Alpacas Chaparra

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(08) 8852 8029 or 0438 528 0

(See page 53)







Regional Visitor Guide - 0ne of a suite of 11 regional visitor guides


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ninsula is famous for its wide sandy beaches and historic mining towns, but

story steeped in agriculture, the region is

also home to some of the state’s

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Stunning coastal scenery, wildlife ife

and rich cultural heritage.

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int Gilbert at Port Moorowie

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a calm day this is the perfect spot for

Barley Stacks Wines, Maitland

Specialising in premium wines, enjoy a tasting

of “Barley Stacks” Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon

and Liqueur Chardonnay at the region’s


cellar door. Open 7 days, 10am-5pm, phone

(08) 8834 1258. (See page 32)

The majestic headlands,

sweeping beaches and

beautiful bays of Innes

National Park offer the

perfect backdrop for a

seaside escape. Innes

Paper Nymph Handmade Paper,


This historic shop produces fine recycled


West Cape Lookout

For some of the best scenery on the Yorke

Peninsula, don’t miss the spectacular West

Encounter Wildlife

l, Minlaton

inners to snorkel. The reef runs the length

arsons Beach, with a variety of marine life

curious creatures at

Ducatoon Park Horse Stud, Kadina

One of South Australia’s leading horse studs.

handmade paper, books and cards. View the

paper-making process, have a go at marbling

invites you to reconnect with

and visit the magical ‘Rainbow Room’.

nature. Enjoy a bushwalk

Cape Headland Walk. Hugging the headlands,

this 1km trail in Innes National Park passes

by fragile vegetation and a stainless steel

Protecting the largest area of native vegetation

on the Yorke Peninsula, Innes National Park

provides fantastic opportunities to see wildlife

bserve in the shallows. It can be reached

highly awarded stud.

among the ruins of an

lighthouse on its way to the park’s newest

ouse on its way to the park’s ne

abandoned gypsum-mining

village, camp among the

mallee, surf and fish the

clear blue waters or simply

relax and savour the park’s

superb coastal views.

viewing experience, the magnificent West

in its natural habitat. As you explore the

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by appointment,

(08) 8853 2354.

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See the new foals, preparation of yearlings for

sale and the education of young horses. Tours

See the new foals, preparation of yearlings

Phone Traci on 0439 444 137.

WD vehicles, or you can park your car and

to the beach – about 100 metres.

dang Island

Wardang Island Maritime Heritage Trail

eight shipwrecks within 10 nautical miles

ch other. Amazingly, no lives were lost

y of these shipwrecks. Clear shallow

rs make it ideal for novice shipwreck

s. Mooring buoys are located at five of


available 7 days a week by appointment,

phone Peter or Valmai on (08) 8821 3360 or

0408 859 812. (See page 31)

Orrie Cowie Merino Stud, Warooka

The flock was established in 1935 and still

owned and run by the founding family. Learn

about the stud and see the sheepdogs in

action. Tours Mon-Sat by appointment,

groups preferred, phone Heather on

(08) 8854 5250 or 0417 898 474.

Left to right: Ducatoon Park, Kadina; Alpaca’s.

right: Leafy Sea Dragon; Snorkelling, Shell Beach. or freecall 1800 654 991


Port Vincent Primary School

Marine Study Centre, Port Vincent

This small school’s passion for environmental

education is evident in the saltwater

aquariums featuring the marine life of Gulf St

Vincent. Tours available most school days

after 11am by appointment, phone the

school on (08) 8853 7027.


Ardrossan, Port Giles and Wallaroo

One of the richest grain and fertiliser producing

regions, Viterra manages the storage, handling

and shipping of local produce.

Tours Mon-Fri, Feb-Oct by appointment.

Ardrossan phone (08) 8837 3306;

Port Giles phone (08) 8852 8022;

Wallaroo phone (08) 8823 2300.


Cape Lookout. Here, a cliff top viewing area

rewards you with breathtaking 360-degree

panoramas of Pondalowie Bay, Wedge Island,

Althorpe Islands Conservation Park and the

park’s vast mallee landscape. On a clear day,

you can even see Kangaroo Island in the

distance. The West Cape day visitor area

(where the walking trail starts) offers excellent

facilities including beach access, toilets and

parking for buses and cars. Sheltered picnic

tables provide the perfect spot for lunch or

place to relax and just enjoy the view.

Left to right (Innes National Park): Touring Innes National

Park; exploring Inneston ruins; Emus; bushwalking near

Inneston Lake; camping.

park, there’s a good chance you’ll encounter

Western Grey Kangaroos grazing on grasslands

or emus strutting through the dunes. Pods of

dolphins are regular visitors year round, while

Southern Right Whales cruise by the coast

on their annual winter migration from May

to September. Keep your eyes open for the

small Tammar Wallaby. Distinguished by its

white cheek stripes and grey-brown fur, the

Tammar Wallaby became extinct on the South

Australian mainland in the 1920s and has since

been reintroduced into the park. More than 140

species of birdlife call the park home, including

several species of conservation significance

such as the shy Western Whipbird. Be on the

lookout for honeyeaters and malleefowl in the

mallee scrub and rare White-bellied Sea-Eagles

soaring upon the wind currents near the cliffs.

Reptiles are also protected and may be seen

basking on the warm road surfaces. Please

keep watch for wildlife and drive to the

speed limit.

“We really appreciate HWR Media’s

dedication and they have always

delivered within budget and time

lines whilst maintaining quality and

professionalism. I wouldn’t hesitate in

recommending HWR and their

talented team for any projects you

may be considering them for.”

- Jo Barrie - Regional Tourism Manager

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environmental care obligations of boat users. Weather forecasting,

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publication will be available from the BIASA and selected outlets

within the state.

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making for easy opening and reference.

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care notes and “good neighbour” points. The Atlas

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complete the details below so we can contact you when stocks are

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HWR Media “are good people” to

deal with.

They successfully work to strict

timetables and tight budgets.

Our business relationship with HWR

Media has blossomed.

The promotion of our product has

increased ten fold and our sales have

gone through the roof. We would have no

hesitation in supporting HWR Media in new

areas of endeavour.”

- Glen Jones, General Manager

Boating Industry Association of South Australia

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‘One of the most brilliantly

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World’s Best

Shiraz Twice - 2008

International Wine

Challenge; 2001

International Wine &

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World’s Best Riesling

2007 International Wine

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Thursday - Monday

11am - 5pm

Penna Lane, Penwortham,

South Australia

Phone: +61 8843 4206

Trade Sales: 0438 622 027

Poppies Flowers

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ph 08 83795900

363 Glen Osmond Road

Glen Osmond SA 5064

Poppies Flowers - Adelaide

Our professional graphic design

solutions that explicitly and intuitively

respond to clients’ needs.

Woodville Primary School Port Road Banner - South Australia

Our in-house graphic design studio

allows us to directly facilitate a high

level of creativity, quality control and

consistency. HWR Creative supports our

Custom Publishing and Media divisions,

and enables us to offer our clients

additional creative services. Creative

brochures and flyers, original

advertisement designs, interpretive

signage, packaging, logos, corporate

branding, and annual reports.

Planner’s Guide for Conference Organisers

Planner’s Guide 2010/11

New brand development

Publications, posters and newsletters for BAE Systems

Corporate Identity and branding across

all material.

“The 2-wire bus buffer fer

revolution has begun!”

The 2-wire bus has been at its limit or falling down for too long.

Now the solution is here!

Most 2-wire bus designers have faced problems without the right solution. Problems can

occur on a 2-wire bus when the wrong bus buffer or no bus buffer is used.

Existing bus buffers have large input-output offsets; this leaves little margin for external

noise or a loss in signal.

Due to their large input-output offsets, most existing bus buffers can’t be inserted in multi-drop

or back-to-back in a system.

Problems can occur when the number of devices on the bus or the length of the bus lines

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A trading name of

Integrated Electronic

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ABN 17 080 879 616

1 Butler Drive


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Telephone +61 8 8348 5200

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Ticket sales cover only a fraction of the cost of

presenting the program of events that make up the

Barossa Vintage Festival. In order for us to continue to

grow and diversify our activities we need your help.

The Friends of the Festival Program raises funds for

activities with a focus on the arts, both visual and


performing, and ensures we can continue to offer free

and low cost events.

Church Services + Wine Workshops

Wine Workshops

Gomersal Wines - A Taste of

Cheese, Wine and Art

Saturday 23 & Saturday 30 April


Monday 25 April 12pm - 5pm

All other days 10am - 5pm

Taste 5 magnificent cheeses from the award winning Barossa Valley Cheese

Company with superbly matched Gomersal wines including Riesling, Rose, Shiraz,

GSM and Vintage Fortified. Take time to view a local artist’s favourite work and

selected pieces in our Barrel Room (all work available for purchase).

Cost: $15 per person. Bookings Ph Gabriela (08) 8563 3611 or

Gomersal Wines, Lyndoch Road, Gomersal

Winter Creek Wine

A Decade of Shiraz from the

Same Vineyard

Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 April 10.30am – 11.30am. Monday 25 April 2pm

– 3pm. Tuesday 26 April to Sunday 1 May 10.30am – 11.30am

Unique opportunity to explore a Decade of Wines all from the same Shiraz vineyard.

Try the newly pressed 2011 and compare with a barrel sample of the 2010 vintage

– see what the winemaker looks for. Try the 08, 04 and 01 vintages and see how

age and vintage conditions affect the wines. Explore Fortified Shiraz from the same

vineyard and determine what is needed to produce such a special Vintage. Enjoy

with a platter of Barossa cheese and produce. Cost: $20 adult.

Bookings (08) 8563 1384 or

Barossa Valley Junction, Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda


Fabulous Fortifieds

Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 April 11am – 5pm

Monday 25 April 12pm – 5pm

Tuesday 26 April to Sunday 1 May 11am – 5pm

Explore how fortified wines develop over 25 years of

wood maturation. Enjoy a flight of three barrel samples of one variety (Muscat,

Frontignac, Semillon or Grenache).

Cost: $5 per flight

Ph: (08) 8524 4543 Email:

Visit for more information about LiebichWein

winery and range of wines.

LiebichWein, Steingarten Road, Rowland Flat

Thorn-Clarke Wines

Bordeaux Meets Barossa

with Shotfire Quartage

Monday 25 April 12pm – 1pm. All other days 10am – 11am

Modern Australian winemaking and a traditional French blend come together

to create Shotfire Quartage. This masterclass will allow participants to taste

back vintage quartage and make their own blend of this award winning wine. All

participants receive a bottle of 2008 Shotfire Quartage.

Cost: $25 adult. Bookings essential: (08) 8564 3036 or

Thorn-Clarke Wines, Gawler Park Road, Angaston


Thank you to all sponsors who have

generously contributed towards the 2011

Barossa Vintage Festival, including:

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