• The Secret is out...


    Angas & Bremer takes its name from the two rivers revered as the heart and soul of our region, where vines were first planted over 150 years ago.

     

    Despite our long and distinguished history, Langhorne Creek is often regarded as Australia's best kept wine secret.

  • Wines

    Click on image to download full tasting notes

    Pinot Grigio

    2018

    $15 per bottle

    Chardonnay

    2017

    $15 per bottle

    Sangiovese Rosé

    2018

    $15 per bottle

    Shiraz Cabernet

    2017

    $15 per bottle

    The Creek

    2017

    $15 per bottle

    Shiraz

    2016

    $20 per bottle

    Cabernet Sauvignon

    2016
    $20 per bottle

    Malbec

    2016

    $40 per bottle

  • Order Form

    For all orders email hello@angasandbremer.com.au
     

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  • Awards & Accolades

    Angas & Bremer Pinot Grigio

    2018 Wine Showcase New Releases - 94pts GOLD
     

    2018 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 17pts SILVER

    2017 Wine Showcase New Releases - 91pts SILVER

    Angas & Bremer Rosé

    2018 Winestate Annual Rosé - 4 STARS

    2018 Wine Showcase New Releases - 92pts SILVER

    Real Wine Review Huon Hooke
    Medium-pink colour with a trace of salmon starting to creep in. The bouquet is nutty, savoury, possibly with a barrel-fermented component, and more detailed than most. The palate is rich and dense, almost chewy with textural qualities, but also stacks of fruit to balance. A very generous, flavoursome rosé. Good value.

    Angas & Bremer Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon

    2018 Wine Showcase New Releases - 93pts GOLD

    2018 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 17pts SILVER

    2019 Winestate McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 4.5 STARS Eligible for Wine of the Year


    2019 Halliday Wine Companion - 90pts
    Good depth to the colour; this is full-bodied and there's a lot to offer at this price, black fruits in super-abundance.


    Huon Hooke The Real Review - '$ Good Buy'
    Deep intense red/purple hue. The powerful aroma is fresh and concentrated and evokes raspberry and blackberry. very concentrated, essency and dense in the mouth, with a backing of firm but balanced tannins. There is a grittiness to its texture. Terrific value for money.

    Angas & Bremer 'The Creek' Red Blend

    Huon Hooke The Real Review
    Deep red/purple colour. The aromas are herbal and slightly floral, clean and fresh, while the palate is soft and fleshy with abundant fruit and a pleasant degree of chew. The finish is quite grippy and the wine could stand some cellaring - otherwise serve it with protein-srich food. Full body and plenty of potential. And great value.


    Winefront Review - Campbell Mattinson
    The Creek is a blend of malbec, shiraz, grenache and touriga. It tastes of jellied black cherries, red licorice, cloves and spices. There’s a sweetness to the palate but it follows through well enough. Clean and uncomplicated.

    2018 Wine Showcase New Releases - 90pts SILVER

    Angas & Bremer Shiraz

    2019 Winestate McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 4.5 STARS

    2019 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 17.5pts SILVER


    June/July 2019 Gourmet Traveller Wine Best Buys
    Langhorne Creek is a source of very good value-for-money reds and this brand – named after the region’s two key rivers – is a consistent performer. The colour is deep and dark, the bouquet loaded with super-ripe black fruit aromas with some roasted overtones, while the palate is quite dense and tannic for its station. It’s a rugged, rustic red which offers a lot of flavour for a modest outlay. You can drink it now and for at least 12 years.


    2018 Harpers Wine Stars Star of Barossa and McLaren Vale - 5 STARS
    A hugely characterful wine, with cool design and a reasonable price tag. A superbly balanced, fleshy, expressive style, with blackberries, a hint of menthol, black fruit, liquorice and chocolate, with a long finish.

     

    Huon Hooke The Real Review - '$$ Good Buy'
    Very deep, dark red/purple colour, which stains the glass. Toasty oak layered over dark chocolate, vanilla, mocha aromas. Heavily oak-infused and rich. The wine is very big and tannic, full-bodied and chewy, with masses of tannin and thick texture. It needs years to mellow, but is already soft and fleshy thanks to lavish oak maturation.

    Winestate Mainfreight World's Greatest Shiraz - 4.5 STARS Eligible for Wine of the Year

    The Winefront - 92pts
    Angas and Bremer, the defining rivers of the Langhorne Creek region. Nice name for a wine brand. Cabernet does so well in this region. Better than shiraz, oftentimes. This is curranty, plush, warm and generous. Violets, spearmint, a trace of creamy vanilla but only that, a trace. It’s all about that curranty rush of well-weighted fruit. Nicely done.

    2018 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 18.5pts GOLD

    Angas & Bremer Cabernet Sauvignon

    2019 Winestate McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 5 STARS Eligible for Wine of the Year

    2019 Halliday Wine Companion - 90pts
    Langhorne Creek at its compliant best: medium bodies with soft mouth filling cassis fruit, oak well judged, the tannins ditto.

    2019 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 18.5pts GOLD

    Drink Trade Magazine FEATURE - 93/100
    Cedar notes and lead. Black cherries and blackcurrant. Hints of eucalyptus. Youthful mouthfeel and good length.Huon Hooke The Real Review


    2018 Royal Adelaide Wine Show - 18.5pts GOLD

    2018 Harpers Wine Stars - 5 STARS
    Over-delivering for the price, with good, clean, modern presentation, this was upfront with bramble and bright cassis fruit, overlaid on an intense, spicy, creamy, but modern-leaning palate. Well-structured, with integrated but firm tannins, and a nice balance of oak, fruit and spice through to a long finish.

    2018 Winestate Best of South Australia - 4 STARS

    2017 Winestate's
    WINE OF THE YEAR FINALIST
    The wine has lifted aromas of chocolate and dark cherries, with a richly flavoured palate of spicy ripe plum and blackberry that finished with smooth tannins.

     

    2017 Wine Showcase New Releases - 93pts GOLD

    2017 Royal Adelaide Wine Show - 17.8pts SILVER

    2017 Halliday Cab Challenge - 90pts SILVER

    Angas & Bremer Malbec

    2019 Halliday Wine Companion - 90pts
    Deep, dense crimson-purple; unequivocally full-bodied, blackberry and plum fruit slugging it out with oak. Best keave them to continue the battle for 5 years, and approach then to see how the fruit fared.

    Huon Hooke The Real Review - 92/100

    Very deep, dark, inky purple colour. The aromas are likewise raw and young, but not simplistic, with blackberry and licorice/aniseed aromas and concentrated, essency flavour, which is very primal. It appears to have a lot of potential. It's very full-bodied and jam-packed with flavour and tannin. An impressive wine.

    2018 Winestate's WINE OF THE YEAR - Winner of The Blaxland Trophy


    2018 Royal Adelaide Wine Show - 18.5pts GOLD

    2018 Langhorne Creek Wine Show - 18.5pts GOLD

    2018 Winestate Best of South Australia - 5 STARS

  • Unlocking Langhorne Creek

    A grape growing region

    Records show the first vines planted in the soils of Langhorne Creek as early as 1860. Today it is one of the largest grape producing regions in South Australia, with close to 6000 hectares of vineyards.

     

    Sheltered by the Mt Lofty ranges, within close proximity of the large fresh body of Lake Alexandrina, this unique geographic position has made for premium quality fruit sought after by many outside Langhorne Creek.

     

    The low, winter-dominant rainfall of the region alongside moderate day time temperatures is recipe for an ideal viticultural area.

  • The Angas & Bremer Rivers

    The natural floodplain nestled on the banks of the
    Angas & Bremer Rivers allows the vineyards to start each growing season with a root zone full of water.

     

    Collecting the runoff from the hills east of Adelaide, the naturally occurring irrigation system of our vineyards contributes to the truly unique terroir of this region.

     

    The two rivers are key ingredients to the wines of Angas & Bremer and the 'heart and soul' of Langhorne Creek.

  • Our Team

    Peter Pollard
    Senior Winemaker

    Peter was introduced to the wine industry at a young age and quickly developed a passion. While studying for a degree in Oenology at the University of Adelaide, Peter completed a vintage with Peter Lehmann Wines in the Barossa Valley. Intent on broadening his experience, Peter spent the first half of 2001 working as a contract winemaker with Simeon Wines at Loxton and then traveled to the USA to work the 2001 vintage with Geyser Peak Wines in Sonoma Valley, California. In 2001 Peter joined Langhorne Creek Winery as Assistant Winemaker. Peter continued to grow and challenge himself as the business has expanded and he is now Angas & Bremer’s Senior Winemaker.

  • Our Distributors

    Bacchus Wine Merchant Head Office

    74 Edinburgh Road

    Marrickville NSW 2204

    p: (02) 1300 309 773

    e: orders@bacchuswinemerchant.com.au

    Victoria

    Toby Stephens

    New South Wales

    Paul Sanderson

    Queensland

    BJ Jull