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Unlocking Langhorne Creek


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.