What’s Happening at Bleasdale
In Langhorne Creek annual rainfall (264mm) and especially winter rainfall was well below average (average annual rainfall is 384mm), similar to the rest of the country. All months experienced below average rainfall except for November and December and oddly, December was the highest rainfall month for the year at 47mm. This certainly helped with setting up canopies for the warm summer ...Read more
We are closed Good Friday, but open the rest of the Easter long weekend as normal (10am - 5pm).
We hope to see you here!Read more
We are thrilled to once again be named the Star Cellar Door of Langhorne Creek in Gourmet Traveller Wine's annual Cellar Door Awards. This is the third year in a row that Bleasdale has received this award - a testament to our wonderful cellar door team, our brilliant winemakers, and the entire winery team who make it all possible. Of course none of it would be possible without our founde...Read more
For Vintage 2019, Bleasdale has invested in a refrigerated trailer for the delivery of handpicked white grapes from the nearby Adelaide Hills.
Keeping the fruit cool delivers better quality, and as soon as fruit is picked it goes in the ‘cool room’, before even leaving the vineyard.
Each harvest bin is fitted with a ‘ventilation system’ (milk crat...Read more
Bleasdale has capped off a stellar year at the National Wine Show of Australia yesterday, with the 2017 Wellington Road G.S.M. awarded the Blended Dry Red Trophy.
This is the second time in three years that Bleasdale has won this trophy, with the 2015 vintage of the same wine taking it home in 2016.
Bleasdale has had a truly extraordinary run of trophy success at wine shows across ...Read more
Bleasdale's 2016 Generations Shiraz was today awarded the coveted Max Schubert Trophy for Most Outstanding Red Wine in Show at the 2018 Royal Adelaide Wine Show.
The 2016 Generations Shiraz had earlier been awarded the trophy for Best Shiraz in Show before going on to win the major prize of the event.
A huge achievement in and of itself, the Max Schubert and Shiraz trophies add to ...Read more
August was a busy month here at Bleasdale, with a number of awards and reviews announced. Over the course of August we were awarded five trophies, eight gold medals, and seven silver medals!
2018 Sydney Royal Wine Show
At the beginning of the month Paul (Bleasdale Senior Winemaker) and Leigh (Bleasdale National Sales Manager) were in attendanc...Read more
Paul's done it again!
Our Senior Winemaker Paul Hotker is one of eight finalists for the Gourmet Traveller Wine Winemaker of the Year award.
With the winner set to be announced on the 20th September, Paul is amongst great company with the seven other finalists all worthy winners.
This news follows an incredibly successful year for Paul and the Bleasdale team, after Paul was ann...Read more
The Bleasdale Cellar Door will be closed for Good Friday, 30th March 2018.
Cellar Door will resume normal opening hours of 10am - 5pm all other days over the Easter long weekend.
Happy Easter to all!
The Bleasdale Team
Australian wine legend James Halliday this weekend wrote an article for The Australian newspaper about Malbec in Australia.
In the article, Halliday previews our 2016 Generations Malbec, set for release later in 2018, giving it a w...Read more
This Christmas and New Year period the Bleasdale Cellar Door will be closed on the following days:
- Christmas Day - 25th December 2017
- Boxing Day - 26th December 2017
- New Year's Day - 1st January 2018
Cellar Door will be open 10am - 5pm as usual on all other days.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Bleasdale!Read more
Please note that the Bleasdale Cellar Door will be closed from 12pm on Friday 8th December.
Cellar Door will open at 10am as usual, however we will be closing the doors from 12pm for the remainder of the day.
Normal hours will resume from Saturday December 9th.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
The Bleasdale Team
We got some more good news here at Bleasdale HQ last week, with results of the 2017 Perth Royal Wine Show annouched.
The next vintage of our Second Innings Malbec, 2016, won its first trophy, being named the Best Dry Red Varietal of show.
The 2015 vintage also picked up another gold medal, which brings its awards tally to 3 trophies and a whopping 8 gold medals!
The Second Innin...Read more
Bleasdale Vineyards, one of Australia’s most awarded small wineries, has continued its run of extraordinary success with winemaker Paul Hotker being named James Halliday’s Winemaker of the Year for 2018.
It is the first time a winemaker from the Langhorne Creek wine region has been selected for the coveted award, and comes as Bleasdale retains its Hallid...Read more