August 17, 2016
The biggest weekend on the Langhorne Creek calendar once again didn’t disappoint as hundreds of visitors flocked to Langhorne Creek for the rare experience to try, and buy, museum wines. Cellar doors throughout the region, as well as a number of pop-up cellar doors just for this weekend, unearthed some gems from past vintages. Food, wine, music, and great atmosphere all combined to create yet another magnificent Cellar Treasures Weekend.More Information
July 27, 2016
Country Life Compassion Inc. are the worthy recipients of a $2,000 donation from Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine.
Each year the Langhorne Creek Wine Region host a charity auction during the proceedings of the Wine Show Luncheon to not only raise money for the region but also a nominated charity. The 2016 recipient is Country Life Compassion; an organisation who have provided support and assistance to families and individuals in the Fleurieu and Murraylands regions since 2006.More Information
July 15, 2016
We are excited to announce the official launch of Langhorne Creek’s latest online interactive information platform. Working in conjunction with our website, ‘The Table’ allows consumers an interactive platform to engage with the region, plan their holidays, win fantastic quarterly prizes, and will help direct them to buy wine from any of the award winning brands that make Langhorne Creek Wine.More Information
June 16, 2016
May and June were busy months in Langhorne Creek with two immersion visits as part of Wine Australia’s Sommelier and Trade Immersion Programs.
Ten of the best sommeliers, and 11 lucky wine trade professionals were treated to 24 hours in Langhorne Creek in a whirlwind visit as part of a nation-wide tour of our great wine regions.More Information
May 26, 2016
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is a fantastic initiative that a few Langhorne Creek Locals in particular get behind every year.
Held in the Lake Plains Hall each year, Kallinda, Emmie, Mollie, and Liz (pictured) have been instrumental in organising these events for several years. More than 25 people strolled through the doors, mugs and homemade cakes in hand, to support the cause.More Information
May 18, 2016
It has been a great year for wine grapes in South Australia and the Langhorne Creek wine region has been no exception. The region has enjoyed a lively 2016 vintage, with the crush showing magnificent fresh fruit flavours, intense colour and Cabernet Sauvignon an exciting stand out for the region.More Information
May 2, 2016
After a tense two days of judging, Tagai was crowned Champion Wine of the 2016 William Buck Langhorne Creek Wine Show with their 2014 Scar Tree Shiraz.
Judging was incredibly close this year with 7 wines all finishing with 96 points but the 2014 Scar Tree Shiraz was a standout to the judges described as a juicy, medium bodied wine with some pepper and spice notes.More Information
April 26, 2016
The entry period for the Mixed Palate Photographic Competition has now closed and the hard task begins to short-list the images for judging. It looks like our judges will be put to the test with some fantastic images submitted. We look forward to the six week exhibition opening on 24 April taking place in the cellar doors and venues of Langhorne Creek. So why not plan a few trips this way in the coming months and see if you agree with the judges? A People’s Choice prize is on offer with a wine prize given to one lucky voter.
April 25, 2016
Rebecca Burgess was thrilled to take home the one thousand dollar cash prize for her Champion image ‘Generational’ at the inaugural Langhorne Creek Mixed Palate Photography Exhibition.More Information