Langhorne Creek Crossing
Langhorne Creek is one of Australia's oldest and most significant wine regions - South East of Adelaide. The area was founded on the broad flood plain. Bremer and Angas Rivers.
Alfred Langhorne, brought animals overland to a property known as Langhorne Station during the 1840s.
The vineyards of the Langhorne Creek Region total approximately 6,500 hectares, making it Australia's largest cool climate premium wine grape growing region. Strong in full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, this is red wine country!
When the Bremer and Angas rivers flood rich river silt is deposited onto the vineyards enriching the sandy alluvial soil.