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
March 30, 2016
The biggest longest weekend for the year is done and dusted for another weekend and our cellar doors can’t be happier!More Information
March 28, 2016
Fabal wines have been a strong part of Langhorne Creek for more than 20 years under Marandoo Estate Vineyards and Belvidere Vineyards. After first entering the region in 1994 Fabal have just this week opened a cellar door which will showcase new labels; three have currently been released, Vineyard Road, Lone Tree, and Alessandra with more rumoured to be on the way.More Information
March 17, 2016
Save the date! Sunday 15 May, 11am – 4pm.
The Langhorne Creek Wine Show Tasting is a brilliant opportunity to sample the huge array of wines entered into this year’s Langhorne Creek Wine Show. Only $20 entry. With over 190 wines available for tasting, this is your chance to get a taste for Langhorne Creek and discover your wine region. Make a day of it and book lunch at a local cellar door. Relax even more and why not stay at a local B&B? The Creek Cruiser can cover transport needs if you are looking for the whole package. Only 50 minutes from Adelaide and 25 from Mt Barker, we’re closer than you think!
March 15, 2016
Planning is well under way for the 2016 Langhorne Creek Wine Show. We have been lucky enough to retain the judging services of Ian Riggs of Brokenwood Wines as Chair of Judges along with Margot Muir from The Edinburgh Cellars. Joining them this year will be David Brookes from Vino Sense and associate judges Verity Cowley (Temple Bruer Wines) and Riley Harrison (Dorrien Winemaking)More Information