Home to the oldest recorded Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the world and fifth-generation winemaking families, the fertile flood plains of Langhorne Creek produce some of South Australia's most premium wine grapes. Cradled by the Bremer and Angas rivers and dotted with towering river redgums, Langhone Creek's first grapes were planted in 1860 and since then the region has grown to be the second largest grape production area, supplying fruit for some of Australia's most premium wine labels as well as a handful of local wineries. Nestled between the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale only an hour from Adelaide, here you can sip wine floating above the vineyards in an architecturally-designed shipping container at Kimbolton Wines, tucked in a renovated stable dating back to 1866 at Bremerton Wines or drink in 160 years of history at Bleasdale.
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