Eyre Peninsula Field Days entice to head west every two years for a huge 3 day event in August. We make sure that we’re stocked with plenty of wine including a pallet tank of Ron’s Blend Tawny to sell by the litre.
The tasting bar serves a range of Liebichwein reds and fortifieds in the Food and Lifestyle area.
It’s fantastic to return each year and see our regular customers and meet new ones and to give them a taste of the Barossa Valley.
Every year we head west to the Eyre Peninsula Field Days in Cleve, We load up the car and trailer with plenty of wine including a pallet tank of Tawny to sell by the litre. A tasting bar with wine sales is set up in the Food and Lifestyle area. It’s fantastic to return each year and see our regular customers and meet new ones.
The 2016 Field Days are August 9, 10 and 11.
You can find us at Site 38 on B Road located close to the western public entry point.
After a year or two off and many customer requests this fortified wine judging competition returns in Winter 2015. The competition is open to all home barrel owners Australia-wide. The competition started as part of Fortified Fest events where we celebrated Liebich family fortified winemaking traditions. Wines will be judged in a blind tasting by experienced palates.
Ron has always encouraged budding home blenders to bring in samples to cellar door get his expert advice on how to improve their blend to suit their personal preferences, be it Tawny, Muscat or Semillon or combining different varieties and ages.
Entries are due by 14th July and announced on 26th July at a special event in the Barrel Shed. All entrants receive tasting notes and comments on their blend.
Be taken on a journey of flavour with four classic French-inspired desserts paired with four classic Barossa fortified wines. Taste additional barrel samples with our winemaker and rare wines aged over 25 years.
This master class will take you behind the scenes of the world of fortified wine covering the grape varieties, barrel ageing, food matching and most importantly the sensory experience.