Langhorne Creek Crossing
Small Group Tour
$200.00 / per person (Min 2, Max 10)
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Product code: ATF10
Langhorne Creek is one of Australia’s oldest and most significant wine regions of South East of Adelaide. The area was founded on the broad flood plain – Bremer and Angas Rivers.
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!
Visit the National Trust listed winery – Bleasdale Vineyards to see their huge red gum basket press – Frank Potts’ greatest achievement was a basket press, constructed in 1862 using a ten metre, 3.5 tonne red gum tree as a lever rather than the traditional screw mechanism. Frank claimed the technology, which he had first observed in Portugal, provided a slower, more gradual pressing of the grapes without any mechanical intervention.
Enjoy Bremerton Wines and soak up the ambience of the restored 1866 historic stone barn and sample their range of premiums Bremerton wines.
Lake Breeze Wines where we consume the most delectable lunch, as they say ‘fit for a King’. Their fantastic Menu features regional platters and seasonal soups & pies. Check out the new building it is amazing.
Kimbolton Wines is definitely on our list to visit today. The cellar door is made from several industrial shipping containers and beautiful selection of unique wines.
If time permits, we drop into Vineyard Road Winery, and home to Fleurieu Chocolate Company to try their delicious chocolate.
With your indulgence comparatively concluded our passage back to your lodgings’ takes in the Southern Lofty Ranges scenic drive, where you’ll experience the quaint villages of Strathalbyn, Meadows and Clarendon.
- Pick-up from your Adelaide City / Glenelg Accommodation
- All Transportation to and from Adelaide
- Scenic drive to Langhorne Creek via Hahndorf
- Informative narration from driver/guide
- Delicious lunch (choose from Tour Menu) includes a glass of wine
- Four (4) Cellar Doors; These may include: Bleasdale Wines, Lake Breeze Winery, Bremerton Wines, KimBolton, Vineyard Road Wines (Depending on availability on the day)