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Whistler wins Best Barossa Cellar Door
Whistler Wines won Best Barossa Cellar
Door of the year in the regional Cellar Circle
It’s been just over a year since the next
generation has taken over Whistler Wines and
some great things are still happening.
Last Thursday evening Whistler was presented
with the award for Best Cellar Door in the
Barossa region amongst strong competition.
Each year wineries of the Barossa are judged
by peers and customers from outside the region.
The process runs over three months and is
aimed at providing feedback to cellar doors as
well as acknowledging outstanding staff and
Ms Mel Maschio was one of the Cellar Circle
committee members responsible for initiating
the first awards ceremony and is thrilled with
“It’s a fantastic feeling to be acknowledged for
the hard work that goes into running a business
and although it was taken out on our watch, it
is also the hard work of our parents that got us
to where we are now.”
The trophy created by Barossa Brewing
Company is currently featured at Whistler’s
cellar door on Seppeltsfield Road. Drop in
between 10.30a.m. and 5p.m. daily to view the
award and experience the Best Cellar Door in
Matthew Pfeiffer, Josh Pfeiffer and Mel Maschio celebrating their
Professor Riehl to study
Many of our pioneer Barossa
families, and those from further away,
had developed speech habits and
patterns from the German language
used at home and in their family life.
These were similar to other migrant
communities in many different parts
of the world, where early migrant
families had settled.
This was not only the case with the
German speaking groups, but also
with other native speaking European
migrant groups wherever they had
come from or settled.
Professor Claudia Riehl, now
Linguistics Professor at the University
of Munich, and her research assistants
have made visits to our communities
and collected information about these
speech patterns, which at the moment
being processed and collated.
When combined with similar
information we are told it will
be important in the study of the
development of language and
A Barossa Deutsch/German website
is being developed along similar lines
to other study sites.
A research post graduate student
from Professor Riehl’s project, Jens,
will be coming to the Barossa to
work over some finer detail of the
project as it comes to a conclusion,
which it must as many of the seniors
in our community with the needed
language skills are no longer able
Representatives will, over the
next few weeks, be contacting some
of the many folk who have been able
to help in the past to arrange for
them to meet Jens, who will be in
Adelaide and the Barossa December
1 to 15 and is eager to continue the
Dr Peter Mickan, Director
of German of the Linguistic
Department of the University of
Adelaide, has in the last months
had an encouraging beginning to
establishing a German conversation
group based in the Barossa.
Some of the local members
have been involved, but Professor
Riehl’s study is based on the family
language as used in and around the
home and close community.
Further information is available
from Colin Reuter on 08 8562 1264
or Don Ross on 08 8563 2108.
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