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Bleasdale Vineyards to remain SACA’s Official Wine Partner

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The South Australian Cricket Association’s (SACA) official wine partner Bleasdale Vineyards has renewed its partnership with the organisation for an additional two years.

The two well-known South Australian brands have enjoyed a successful partnership over the last year, with Bleasdale having exclusive pouring rights at all official SACA functions, as well as being stocked in Adelaide Strikers hospitality spaces.

Bleasdale’s General Manager Leigh Warren said Bleasdale is excited to be extending their partnership as SACA’s official wine partner over the next two cricket seasons. 

“Both Bleasdale and SACA have a long and rich history in South Australia,” Warren said.

“We are excited about the prospect of getting crowds back to the BBL games after the last couple of interrupted seasons and a successful period ahead for everyone involved with South Australian Cricket.”

SACA’s Commercial Manager Dan Porter said SACA are thrilled that Bleasdale have committed to an additional two seasons as their official wine partner. 

“Our fans and members have quickly built a strong affinity with Bleasdale products at our events and in our hospitality spaces during the cricket and AFL seasons,” Porter said.

“We look forward to further deepening the relationship over the coming season and beyond.”

Bleasdale Vineyards is based in Langhorne Creek. You can find out more about Bleasdale and their offerings on their website.

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