Barossa Grape & Wine Association

Established in 2008, the Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) represents over 150 wineries and 550 grape growers.

BGWA offer an extensive range of services and projects, with further details in pages below.

About BGWA

About BGWA

The Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) is responsible for promoting the Barossa Brand. It serves as the guardian for communicating the Barossa Vision through highlighting its people and places.
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BGWA Member Tool Kit

BGWA Member Tool Kit

Released at the BGWA AGM in 2014, the Member Tool Kit includes Barossa imagery, videos, maps and much more. Available to financial members of the BGWA.
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BGWA Member Events

BGWA Member Events

Find out more about events for BGWA Members
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BGWA Member News

BGWA Member News

Find out what's happening at BGWA and in the Barossa
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Barossa Wine Show

Barossa Wine Show

Keep up to date with the 2016 Wine Show and previous Barossa Wine Show Results
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AGM

AGM

Save the date for the 2016 BGWA Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 12 October.
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BGWA Projects & Initiatives

BGWA Projects & Initiatives

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BGWA / NRM Partnership Projects

BGWA / NRM Partnership Projects

The BGWA has instigated several environmental projects, under the umbrella of "Creating Resilient Landscapes in the Barossa", with the assistance of funding from Natural Resources, Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges.
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Information & Resources

Information & Resources

Get your copies of social media posters, maps, presentations and much more..
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Links

Links

More information on businesses who are involved with the Barossa Grape & Wine Association
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Contact BGWA

Contact BGWA

Get in contact with the Barossa Grape & Wine Association
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BGWA Members Area

BGWA Members Area

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Barossa Vine Improvement

Barossa Vine Improvement

Barossa Vine Improvement, also known as the Barossa Grapegrowers' Vine Selection Society Inc (BGVSS), was formed in 1967 by local growers and viticultural researchers with a focus on developing new clones and high quality vinifera source blocks in the Barossa.
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