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.

We acknowledge the Ngarrindjeri people as the traditional custodians of this land, and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

Important information about cellar door restrictions due to COVID-19

With ever changing COVID-19 restrictions,  your cellar door or event experience may be a little different to what you’re used to.  Langhorne Creek venues strive to operate under strict Covid-Safe practices for your comfort and safety and that of others. Please respect procedures at venues to ensure we can keep welcoming you to our beautiful region.

With new seated tasting only restrictions, we recommend that you contact cellar doors prior to visiting to make a booking.

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We're less than an hour from the city. Visit Langhorne Creek to discover why Bleasdale is South Australia's most popular winery as voted by Messenger readers.
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Langhorne Creek wineries delve into their cellar to find rare vintage gems for you to taste and buy. This weekend only.
Due to COVID restrictions banning consuming wine while standing, please contact the winery to book a table
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On a wet and cold weekend, there's no better place to be than in a warm cellar door with a museum wine in hand. COVID restrictions on cellar doors means there is no stand up tastings at the bar, so be sure to contact the individual wineries to book a table for your group. ...

We're looking forward to seeing folk at Cellar Treasures weekend and we've got lots of space to seat everybody, but with new COVID restrictions in SA, it's best to book your Cellar Treasures cellar door tasting times.
Contact the venues direct @lakebreezewines @vineyardroadcellardoor @kimbolton_wines @the_winehouse_lc @bremertonwines @bleasdalevineyards @heartlandwines @angasplains
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Cellar Treasures weekend is less than 2 weeks away - 15th & 16th August.
Langhorne Creek wineries will be dusting off rare and museum wines to taste and purchase.

#cellartreasures2020

See you there!
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Cellar Treasures weekend isn’t far away 🍷 Langhorne Creek wineries will be delving into their cellars to pull our rare and museum wines.
Ticketed events are selling out so make sure you book ahead to take part in a Masterclass, tour or indulgence dinner. Link in BIO to the full program #cellartreasures2020
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Name a better pair than Cheese + Wine 🧀🍷

Kimbolton Cheese and Wine Flights are the perfect reason to head to Langhorne Creek this weekend.

Visit Kimbolton Wines website for details.
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Cellar Treasures, Langhorne Creek

Visit Langhorne Creek wineries on the 15th & 16th Aug to taste museum and rare wines.

#cellartreasures2020
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A month until Cellar Treasures!

Langhorne Creek wineries will be scouring their cellars to pull out museum and rare wines for you to taste and purchase. There will be masterclasses, tours, food and live music.

The full program is here. Check out the following link for Cellar Door and booking details -
https://www.langhornecreek.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Langhorne-Creek-Cellar-Treasures-2020-Program-Final.pdf
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Langhorne Creek's 8 cellar door are open all weekend. They offer a variety of experiences, from tastings, lunches, wine and cheese flights to chocolate tastings all weekend. Check our website for details. ...

Cellar doors in Langhorne Creek will be open rain, hail or shine this weekend, with new looser restrictions allowing you to stand at the bar for a tasting. The weather might be cold, but the welcome is always warm. ...

Save the date! August 15 and 16.
Langhorne Creek wineries will be scouring their cellars to pull out museum and rare wines for you to taste and purchase. There will be masterclasses, tours, food and live music. Full program out in mid July
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Nothing goes better with a campfire than Langhorne Creek Red. Watch out for details of our winter Cellar Treasures museum tasting weekend coming up in August Karrawatta #cellartreasures ...

It might be cold outside, but in Langhorne Creek, the welcome is always warm.
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Ask to your wine store attendant to point you in the right direction. Available all across the country #langhornecreek #makesyouhappy ...

Have you visited Langhorne Creek's 8 cellar doors?
We're open this weekend. Bookings recommended.
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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 ...

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