Sustainability Initiatives at Henschke

Sustainability Initiatives at Henschke

Stephen Henschke Winemaker Henschke Wines. Barossa. Australia

Stephen Henschke Winemaker Henschke Wines. Barossa. Australia

Maggie Beer is truly one of Australia’s greatest home cooks.  Her recipes and cookbooks have inspired millions of food lovers around the world and her affable nature is infectious yet so inspiring.  Her contribution to the advocacy of sustainability of local produce in the Barossa Valley is immense.  The vibrancy of this beautiful region in South Australia is the culmination of the spirit and dedication of so many fine artisans who have been inspired by Maggie.

Maggie Beer is truly one of Australia’s greatest home cooks. Her recipes and cookbooks have inspired millions of food lovers around the world and her affable nature is infectious yet so inspiring. Her contribution to the advocacy of sustainability of local produce in the Barossa Valley is immense. The vibrancy of this beautiful region in South Australia is the culmination of the spirit and dedication of so many fine artisans who have been inspired by Maggie.

Located in the picturesque town of Angaston just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide in the heart of the Barossa Valley is Matteo & Fiona Carboni‘s Casa Carboni Italian Cooking School & Enoteca. Matteo’s philosophy is to teach recipes that can be easily replicated at home so you can prepare delightful Italian dishes for your family and friends.

Located in the picturesque town of Angaston just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide in the heart of the Barossa Valley is Matteo & Fiona Carboni‘s Casa Carboni Italian Cooking School & Enoteca. Matteo’s philosophy is to teach recipes that can be easily replicated at home so you can prepare delightful Italian dishes for your family and friends.

Barons of the Barossa

Barons of the Barossa

Stephen Henschke has a family heritage of more than 140 years of grapegrowing and winemaking spanning five generations. He is proud that the Henschke name and reputation is inexorably linked with red wines, but with winemaking his lifeblood he approaches all wine styles with the same depth of passion and commitment to quality. He is a proud supporter of the historical language, food, religion and wine culture of his Silesian forebears still alive in pockets in the Barossa.

Stephen Henschke has a family heritage of more than 140 years of grapegrowing and winemaking spanning five generations. He is proud that the Henschke name and reputation is inexorably linked with red wines, but with winemaking his lifeblood he approaches all wine styles with the same depth of passion and commitment to quality. He is a proud supporter of the historical language, food, religion and wine culture of his Silesian forebears still alive in pockets in the Barossa.

Christie Schulz - Turkey Flat Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: https://www.langtons.com.au/  #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

Christie Schulz - Turkey Flat Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: https://www.langtons.com.au/ #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

Reid Bosward - Kaesler Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: www.langtons.com.au/ #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

Reid Bosward - Kaesler Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: www.langtons.com.au/ #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

Ian Hongell - Peter Lehmann Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: www.langtons.com.au/ #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

Ian Hongell - Peter Lehmann Wines Lunch with a Barossa Legend Register to bid at: www.langtons.com.au/ #Barossa #BarossaWineAuction #Wine

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a labour of love for Victoria McClurg.  First trained as a winemaker, Victoria spent a season making wine in Bordeaux, absorbing the region’s way of life and regard for food and wine.   As she mused over a glass of wine, accompanied by an array of handmade cheese, Victoria realised what she really wanted to do and her course was set – she learned the art of cheese-making and brought her new found passion home to the Barossa.

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a labour of love for Victoria McClurg. First trained as a winemaker, Victoria spent a season making wine in Bordeaux, absorbing the region’s way of life and regard for food and wine. As she mused over a glass of wine, accompanied by an array of handmade cheese, Victoria realised what she really wanted to do and her course was set – she learned the art of cheese-making and brought her new found passion home to the Barossa.

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