The Table at Langhorne Creek
Post Updated: January 2019
This is definitely South Australia's best kept secret!
Langhorne Creek is one of the largest wine grape producing regions in South Australia and yet few people have heard of it.
Only 1 hours drive from Adelaide, it is clsoer than you think.
First a bit of history...
The area was founded on the broad flood plain influenced by the local Bremer and Angas Rivers and dominated by magnificent River Red Gums.
The name Langhorne Creek acknowledges Alfred Langhorne, a cattle drover, who brought animals overland to a property known as Langhorne's Station during the 1840s. The place where Alfred Langhorne traversed the Bremer River was referred to as Langhorne's Crossing, and from this the current name Langhorne Creek evolved.
Frank Potts travelling through the region, recognised the potential of the area and settled in 1850 on the ancient flood plain. He planted the first grapes in the district in the 1860s at the now heritage listed Bleasdale Winery.
The wine region has a proud history of family owned and run vineyards and wineries with the oldest existing vine platings being 113 year old Shiraz on the historic Metala property. These vines still produce premium wine grapes Thfor Metala Black Label wines and their own label Brothers in Arms.
People that had been to Langhorne Creek knew how special this place really was. The storiesabout legends, the intimate surrounds and of course the quality wines.
Table chatter was happneing amongst a few of the locals - 'how do we tell the world what an incredible place this is and just how close to Adelaide it is. '
And thus, The Table was created.
This new interactive online information hub has been developed for the Langhorne Creek region to help raise its profile.
The Table helps introduce visitors to the characters and stories of the region and its world class wine, cellar doors, accommodation, food and visitor experiences.
Now it's time for you to plan your visit to Langhorne Creek Wine Region and see what all the fuss is about!
There are 9 uniquely different cellar doors around Langhorne Creek that offer a variety of expereinces throughout the year.
Find out more about the Langhorne Creek Wine Region.
Things to Do
Where to Stay
Contacts for information & bookings
Five Visitor Information Centres are spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Each has a dedicated team of locals and resources to support you during your stay.
They can provide you with assistance in booking your trip, planning details for your visit, or give advice on what is happening in the region during your stay.