Langhorne Creek wineries unlock their cellars for a weekend tasting of rare and museum wines.
Celebrating its 10th year, Langhorne Creek’s most popular event, Cellar Treasures, features nine wineries offering exclusive opportunities to taste and purchase selected rare and museum wines. Throughout the weekend, wineries will also host a series of special masterclasses, lunches, BBQ’s and brunches featuring regional food and hosted by the inimitable characters that live in the region.
“It’s a really unique experience to see the aging potential and vintage variations of your favourite Langhorne Creek wines by tasting current and back vintages of the same wine together” says Marina Goldsworthy, Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine Marketing and Communications Manager. “In less than an hour from Adelaide, or 25 minutes from Mt Barker, you can be chatting to a local winemaker, glass in hand, enjoying our genuine laid back Langhorne Creek hospitality”.
Highlights of the weekend include:
Kimbolton Wines “Bella Monte Brunch featuring their sparkling Montepulciano with egg and bacon brioches at the Old Schoolhouse on Bridge Rd
Robbie’s Potts “Favourites Things” tour and tasting around the historic Bleasdale Winery
Heartland “Meet the Maker” masterclass with Ben Potts and Nick Keukenmeester at the Winehouse.
Hot and Spicy Street Food on the terrace overlooking the vines at Lake Breeze
The week before, on Friday August 3rd Langhorne Creek Producer of the Year 2018, Greg Follett from Lake Breeze will host an intimate lunch overlooking the vineyards featuring his award winning museum wines matched with a 4 course lunch.
Full details of the weekend program can be found at:
Lunch and special events bookings are highly recommended.
Angas Plains, Bleasdale, Bremerton, Ben Potts Wines, Gipsie Jack, Heartland, Kimbolton, Lake Breeze, Rusticana, and Temple Bruer.
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