78 kilometres from Adelaide
With the oldest recorded Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the world and families that have been making wine for five generations or more, it's fair to say wine is in the blood in Langhorne Creek. What makes the area truly special is its blend of the old and the new, drawing on its proud heritage to create exciting wine styles that reflect the vitality and passion of the people who live and work here.
Its winemakers and grape growers are not afraid to break the rules, which is one reason why Langhorne Creek is one of Australia's largest, and most awarded, premium red grape growing regions.
A little over 10 years ago, just four wineries operated out of Langhorne Creek, but today you'll find 18 wineries and 8 cellar doors.
Consider staying in the heart of this historic village at The Stables BnB, an exquisitely refurbished horse stable that offers comfortable lodging for couples and families.