Less than an hour drive from the city of Adelaide, located on a broad river delta, is Langhorne Creek. This region supports around 650 people tending more than 5,500 hectares of vines. Situated in the shadow of the Adelaide Hills it is one of the driest grape growing areas in Australia, but cooling lakes and oceans help mitigate the hot northerly winds and the summer heat.
There are passionate families who have been growing grapes in Langhorne Creek for six generations and have access to vines with age and are now seeing the benefits of up to 120 years of grape growing experience. Approachability and a certain Australian-ness is evident in these wines. Wines of vitality, vibrancy and varietal character is the norm here and the community of growers and producers are advocating high quality value wines that are as passionate as they are inviting. Alternative varieties, too, are becoming a part of the offering with exciting results. Langhorne Creek is now producing wines that speak of history and tradition, but also speak to the future.
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