Bassham Wines



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Bruce & Val Bassham and Family aka Bassham Organic Vineyards, Bassham Wines, growers of 175 Acres of certified organic vineyards, Embracing the emerging varieties movement in the Riverland producing approx. 1,000 tonnes of emerging varietals, totalling 2,000 tonnes of organic wine grapes. Bassham Wines home vineyard owned and operated by Bassham Family for over 100 years. Bruce has witnessed many changes in his 58 years career as a viticulturist. We produce and bottle over 35 varietals which can be purchased from Bassham Wines Cellar door in Barmera.

Our Vision

  • Our Soil- organic agriculture builds nutrient rich soil.
  • Our water- environmentally friendly farming, improves the quality of our river, lake, ground and drinking.
  • Our health- is directly connected to the health of the land
  • Our future- organic farming embraces the needs for future generations
  • Our family- the future generations making the world a better palace.
  • Our love- of the land and dedication to the river and environment and the Riverland of SA
  • Our passion- leads us to our family, our vineyards, our products, our Riverland
  • Our enthusiasm- shows in everything we do.
  • Our desire- to leave our land in better condition to pass our knowledge to our future generations our kids, our grand-kids and their kids.

Sustainability targets

We will grow our business by building on our strengths – combining our scale and expertise with our understanding of consumers in diverse markets to continue providing brands and services that people want and need. Our sustainable business model is making a difference to people’s lives and to our environmental impact, and we will keep working to make these contributions greater. We’re seeing evidence that it is strengthening our business by helping to drive growth and trust.

We believe that business must make a positive contribution to addressing the challenges the world faces.

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