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

Travel in South Australia, including Langhorne Creek, is now heavily impacted by the COVID-19 situation. Cellar doors are closed by direction of the government. We urge you to follow advice and to stay at home.

If you need wine, our cellar doors offer home delivery services and we encourage you to contact them directly.

We look forward to the day when we can welcome you back to beautiful Langhorne Creek so you can enjoy the wine and hospitality our region is renowned for.

Information about current travel restrictions and how to travel responsibly in this rapidly changing environment is available on this link. view information

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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 ...

If you're planning on visiting Langhorne Creek we would like to take a moment to assure you all that we are monitoring the current Covid-19 situation in South Australia and are continuing to prioritise precautionary measures at our cellar doors.

The health and wellbeing of our staff and our visitors is our main priority. Cellar doors in our region are currently open as usual and implementing and practicing all of the necessary precautions as advised by the SA Government and Department of Health.

Our cellar doors are practicing rigorous sanitising and disinfecting procedures both personally and around the winery and public areas and we are encouraging our cellar door guests to maintain a 2 metre distance from other patrons.

Continued patronage in such times is vital our businesses, so we appreciate your support and confidence in us and our teams.

For visitors, we ask for your help by practicing your own good health and hygiene and not attending the venue if you are feeling at all unwell.

In times like this it is important that we rally together and keep supporting local wherever possible.

Also don't forget, if you're in lockdown, we can still deliver your favourite wine to your door!
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Happy International Women's Day 2020. Today we salute the women who make our region strong and diverse.
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Look no further than Langhorne Creek If you're on the hunt for a country wedding location less than an hour from the city. The region has a range of venues for you to explore for your day from wineries to historic homestead and even a tropical garden. Pictured is the open air chapel at Woodburn Homestead. See more on our website. Link in bio
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Cheers to the three day weekend! Our cellar doors are open all weekend and lunch is available at wineries Bremerton Wines, Lake Breeze Wines, Angas Plains Wines and The Winehouse, Langhorne Creek as well as The Bridge Hotel and Oasis Gardens. You can also get a platter and a glass of wine at Kimbolton Vineyards and Rusticana (whihc is also the home of Newmans Horseradish). Best to book. Only an hour from the city! #lovelanghornecreek #winerylunch #longweekend ...

Wednesday is bread pickup day at Small World Bakery in Langhorne Creek. #localproduce#langhornecreek #localgraineconomy #breadforlife ...

That's lunch sorted. Pistachio crusted chicken salad at The Winehouse where you can also taste wines from Heartland, Gipsie Jack, Ben Potts and John Glaetzer.

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The centenarian Cabernet Sauvignon vines at Brothers in Arms Wines, planted in 1891 are reputedly the oldest family owned Cabernet vines in the world still in production. #lovelanghornecreek #oldvines #langhornecreek #southaustralianwine ...

It's a dogs life in Langhorne Creek #community #winerydogs #lovelanghornecreek #lovewherewelive #sundowner #creeklyf ...

Hand picking 45 year old frontignac at dawn is a family affair for Lake Breeze Wines. This fruit goes into Lake Breeze Moscato.
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Did you know that there isn't actually a creek called Langhorne Creek? The name was taken from the town's original name, Langhorne's Crossing, which was where the bullock tracks crossed the Bremer river. #bremerriver #langhornecreek #temperatemaritimeclimate #wineaustralia ...

Plans this weekend? Langhorne Creek Wine region is closer than you might think. The drive through the Adelaide Hills through Mt Barker is truly one of the most scenic SA road trips to a wine region.

Adelaide City 55 minutes
Stirling 40 minutes
Mt Barker 25 minutes
Goolwa 35 minutes
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Verdelho (or Verdielho as it was once referred to) was the first white grape planted in Langhorne Creek. Bleasdale’s 1930 Block was made into fortifieds back in the day, but now this amazing fruit makes the Bleasdale Generations Verdelho. Try it in cellar door next time you visit Langhorne Creek. Bleasdale Vineyards ...

If you're on the road or just looking for a campsite an hour from the city, The Frank Potts camping reserve is walking distance to 3 wineries and the pub. Fees are only $10 per site per night. Wiki camps rated four and a half stars. Perfect for self contained campers. @bleasdalevineyards @the_winehouse_lc @kimbolton_wines @bleasdalevineyards @bridge_hotel_langhorne_creek . ##langhornecreek #greatoceanroad #fleurieupeninsula #wikicaps #travelaustralia #winery #campingsouthaustralia ...

Only an hour from the city, 25 minutes from Mt Barker. ...

Sunrise with hint of morning mist over the vines at Kimbolton Vineyards. The mornings are cool in the creek and when the wind blows from the right direction, you can smell the southern ocean blowing across the Coorong and Lake Alexandria. Grapes are only weeks away from harvest. #loveweherewelive #temperatemartimiteclimate ...

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