Langhorne Creek is an historic agricultural area where a handful of families make some of Australia’s most generous red and white wines, graze cattle and sheep, run market gardens, create artisan breads and preserve their farm produce.
Working alongside and amongst them are the local viticulturists growing premium fruit for Australia’s largest and most prestigious wine companies.

Important information about cellar door restrictions due to COVID-19

Restrictions on travel in South Australia, including Langhorne Creek,  are slowly lifting.

Most of our cellar doors will be open from Monday June 1, operating under COVID-19 regulations and with limited seated tasting capacity to accommodate the current social distancing laws.

We are delighted with this news and are looking forward to seeing you in our cellar doors once again, but, for the time being, it wont be quite the same tasting experience you are used to.

Under the new legislations

  • Patrons  of our cellar doors MUST be seated
  • NO service to patrons at tasting bars, benches or while standing
  • While patrons may approach a bar to order, service of all food and beverages must be to seated patrons only. Seating at a bar or service bench is NOT permitted.

We recommend that you contact cellar doors prior to visiting to confirm their opening hours and make a booking if required. You can find opening hours for June HERE

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“From an early age my grandfather used to take me through the vineyards at our family winery in Mendoza, Argentina. I remember walking under the green canopies in the middle of the summer and have clear images of the happiness in his smiling face when he was cuddling and lifting me at three years old. Unfortunately, that same summer, a tragic accident claimed my grandfather’s life and it was only years later, after growing up in the city, that I again became acquainted with wines and vines. Undertaking an engineering degree in Agriculture I specialised in viticulture and oenology, making reds, whites and sparkling wines. Destiny, fortune, or just life, brought me to Australia and I worked vintages in Langhorne Creek, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. From the moment I arrived I found happiness in the company of good friends, the beautiful surroundings, the great wines and I met Michelle who after three years became my wife. This label is our opportunity to share with you the wonderful artistic skills of my father Jose Luis Moran and dedicating our wine to his memory.” ...

Siblings Brad Case and Nicole Clarke grew up in the region and now jointly manage the vineyards, cellar door and their wine label, Kimbolton Wines.
Last year they opened Kimbolton’s first cellar door made from shipping containers which has since won a Great Wine Capitals Architecture Award. Nicole and Brad have become synonymous in the region for growing emerging varieties. “What we’ve been doing here is looking at what’s sustainable for us. With climate change and more extreme weather events, we’re looking at those alternate varieties that don’t skip a beat when it’s a 47C day,” Nicole says.
“We’ve been working with Montepulciano and Carignan and we will have our second Fiano this vintage. We’re trying to find things that work for us from a price point and climate perspective. Our passion is to be at the leading edge of viticulture. We are aware of the impact farming has on the environment and we want to be able to hand the property on to the next generation with healthy soils and a healthy environment”
The Case Family have been growing grapes in Langhorne Creek since 1947 with some of the current vines in the Kimbolton vineyard dating back to 1966. #langhornecreek #alternativevarietals @kimboltonvineyards
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We're hoping to be able to give you news very soon about whether our cellar doors will be open on the long weekend. This van is out and about in our region driving past the historic Metala Vineyard on the Lake Plains Road at Langhorne Creek, between our town and Lake Alexandrina. This amazing old vineyard is owned by Brothers in Arms Wines. It's a beautiful drive from the city, and there's camping available on the lake at Milang. #langhornecreek #lakealexandrina #milang #touring #seeyousoon ...

In the next few weeks, we'll introduce you to the people behind the labels in Langhorne Creek. #ourpeopleourstories #lovelanghornecreek #creeklife #langhornecreek #southaustralianwine ...

It's been a stormy autumn day in the Creek. The picking season has finished and pruning hasn't yet begun. Our winemakers are finishing off and putting their 2020 wines into barrel and the days are definately cooler. There's an air of quiet excitement about the wines that will come from this tiny, but excellent vintage.
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Think global, drink local

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And that's a wrap for vintage 2020. It's time for winemakers, viticulturists, vineyard workers, cellar hands, pickers and vintage casuals to take a well earned break. ...

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We'd like to thank everyone who has ordered from Langhorne Creek wineries. We're happy to organise delivery anywhere in Australia. #langhornecreek ...

Update to COVID-19 liquor rules.
Whilst wineries in South Australia are no longer able to offer tastings or sales from the cellar door, the sale of wine is still available via delivery.

Call or email one of our Langhorne Creek wineries and we can organise shipping to your door.
Thanks for your continued support. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our cellar doors in the not too distant future.
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We'll be washing our hands with soap and water regularly for at least 20 seconds... at least!
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It's a dark day for the hospitality industry as we try to contain this virus together. Our hearts go out to the bars, cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs across the country that are the lifeblood of our wine industry. ...

Social distancing Langhorne Creek style. @bremertonwines Rebecca Willson and @charlotte_dalton_wines decided that the “jazz hands” greeting is more their style rather than fist pumping or elbow tapping. #project5255 ...

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