Celebration of the first organic and carbon-neutral winery in Australia
July 26, 2011 by waitewatch
David Bruer of Temple Bruer Wines (and former Roseworthy Ag College Academic) would like to invite interested people to an event on Tuesday 26th July at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.
This event is announcing and celebrating his aim of becoming the first organic and carbon-neutral winery in Australia. It is closely linked with the results from David’s recent environmental carbon audit.
He has a seven-point plan to reduce carbon emissions from his winery, which he has already started with his switch to lightweight bottles.
David will speak about his plans at a reception at the National Wine Centre of Australia, at the corner of Botanic and Hackney Rds, Adelaide, on Tuesday July 26 at 11.15am. Mark Gishen, Chief Environmental Officer of the SA Wine Industry Association will also be speaking. Interested journalists and media have been invited. Wine from David’s vineyard and light refreshments will be served.
RSVP: Please RSVP to Sarah Cole (0402 833 193 or email@example.com) as soon as you’re able so we can cater for you.
Getting to the National Wine Centre: A passenger set down area is available on Hackney Road. Short term parking is available along Hackney Road and Plane Tree Drive, and car parks are located on Frome Road, Rundle Street and North Terrace.
Post: 228/55 Flemington Road, North Melbourne, VIC, 3051
Ph 0402 833 193
Head office: 14 Horan St, West End, Brisbane, Qld, 4101
Ph 07 3846 7111, Fax 07 3846 7144