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Langhorne Creek

Regarded as one of the best-kept secrets in Australian viticulture, Langhorne Creek is one of Australia’s oldest and most significant wine regions. The area was founded on the broad flood plain influenced by the local Bremer and Angas Rivers and dominated by magnificent River Red Gums. Famed for the production of bold, intensely rich red varietals including Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Malbec, Langhorne Creek has also seen a great deal of success with Verdelho, Chardonnay and Fiano.  From the region which produced the very first Jimmy Watson Trophy winner back in 1962, Langhorne Creek offers excellent value for money as the region is still largely undiscovered. But surely there is no time like the present?!

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