Collection: Langhorne Creek, South Australia

Langhorne Creek is on the Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia, 70km from Adelaide. The region is located between the Adelaide Hills and Lake Alexandrina.

It is considered a cool climate wine region, with mean January temperature of 19.9°C days. Significantly cooler than McLaren Vale 21.7°C and the Barossa at 21.4°C. This is thanks to the southerly breeze coming off Lake Alexandrina cooling, often referred to as the 'Lake Doctor'. The lake is a 600 square kilometre body of fresh water, at the end of the Murray Darling River system. 3 times the size of Sydney Harbour!

The influence it has to the regions climate is dramatic; it moderates summer heat and mitigates winter frosts.

Langhorne Creek’s fertile soils are predominantly deep, alluvial sandy loams that vary in colour from red-brown to dark grey, with patches of black, self-mulching clays.

Home to many wineries including Bleasdale, Bremerton, and Lake Breeze.

Langhorne Creek, South Australia

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