Langhorne Creek

Langhorne Creek

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. Together we acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal Australians to this country we all live in and share together.

Take a look at the entries in our Langhorne Creek Photography Competition

The competition was inspired by the wealth of scenic vineyards, wine, culture, landscapes and nature of our region.

Langhorne Creek Photography Competition sponsored by Alexandrina Council.

Vote for Langhorne Creek.
Entries close on the 27th April

Langhorne Creek is in the running to become South Australia’s top small tourism town!  Votes close on the 27th of April, so tell everyone you know to get on board to make your favourite wine region the best in South Australia.

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 restrictions on numbers still in place, we recommend that you contact cellar doors prior to visiting to make a booking.

Accessible Wineries in Langhorne Creek

We want everyone to have the opportunity to enjoy Langhorne Creek and we welcome people of all age and physical ability. Our cellar doors are constantly improving facilities to support and promote inclusive experiences.

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Be like these happy people at the Langhorne Creek Wine Show lunch last week and enjoy some award winning Langhorne Creek wines with friends this weekend.
See our previous posts to check out the winners. All results are on our website under the "Events" tag.
If you'd like to buy, contact the wineries direct to find our if there's a store near you that stocks their wines, or order direct.
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What a day! Today at @lakebreezewines we celebrated the Langhorne Creek Wine Show in perfect autumn short sleeve weather. 200 people enjoyed incredible food by @billydohntdoes and celebrated the wine and community that makes The Creek a truly special place. See our prior posts to check out the winning wines. ...

Congratulations to Viticulturist of the Year Jenny Venus. This award recognises Jenny as a highly respected, multi-talented and deeply committed viticulturist. She’s also a whole lot of fun to have around.... ...

And a round of applause for Lake Breeze Wines. Producer of the Year. ...

Champion wine of show. Lake Breeze Malbec! ...

Arthur’s reserve 2012 showing us how Langhorne Creek wines deserve a place in your cellar ...

Congratulations to Vinteloper who use our Langhorne Creek fruit in their Project #8 Shiraz Touriga ...

Another winner from the Ben Potts stable. Congratulations! ...

Congratulations to the Follett’s at Lake Breeze ...

Winner - best Shiraz. Congratulations again to Ben Potts! ...

Congratulations Ben Potts. ...

And we’re off. First trophy goes to.... ...

It’s all happening. The 2021 Langhorne Creek wine show awards. We’ll keep you posted on the trophy winning wines, producer of the year and best wine of show as the afternoon progresses. ...

Have you discovered Bremerton's new cellar door? Bremerton are champions of alternative varieties in our region and they've recently dipped their toes in to the gin market with their own Willson gin.
Have a gin flight, have wine flight. Stay for lunch. @bremertonwines
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Next week we'll be judging the annual Langhorne Creek Wine Show. It's great to be back because our 2020 show, like so many other things had to be cancelled. Stay tuned on our social media to see who wins what at the awards lunch next Friday. Wish us luck! ...

Not a cloud. It’s perfect autumn weather in the creek. 28 degrees on Saturday! It’s time to get planning your weekend! ...

For all our friends in South Australia, it's a long weekend. There's 3 days to get to the Creek to visit any one of our eight wineries. If you're after lunch, best to book. ...

Remember our Project 5255? All the wines are finished and available! Soon we'll be looking for the next crop of 5255 recipients. Stay tuned. #project5255 @charlotte_dalton_wines @turonwines @aphelionwine ...

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