Visit Bleasdale

Welcome To Our Historic Cellar Door

See our 3.5 tonne Red Gum Lever Press built in 1892 and taste our wide range of table and fortified wines.

Cellar Door

There’s a story in every glass…

Enjoy a tasting of our premium wines in the heart of our historic winery

Our Cellar Door

Just under an hour’s drive from Adelaide, Langhorne Creek is a perfect day trip for wine and history enthusiasts alike.

Experience Bleasdale
Complimentary Tastings

We welcome guests to taste a selection of our table and fortified wines available in Cellar Door while browsing over old photographs and paintings and enjoying the ambience of the historic tasting shed.

Prestige Wine Flights

Join us for a seated Prestige Wine Flight where we will guide you through our premium wines not usually available for tasting.

Prestige Wine Flights are $20/person, redeemable upon purchases over $90. If you’re a member of our Press Club – it’s on us!

Available 7 days a week, please allow 45 minutes per tasting. Bookings preferred.

1892 Red Gum Press

You are welcome to visit us and see our Old Press for yourself. Built in 1892, with a lever arm weighing 3.5 tonnes, it is a wonder to behold!

Beyond the Cellar Door Tours

New in 2019, join us for a guided tour that goes ‘Beyond the Cellar Door’. One of our friendly team will talk you through the history of the winery and show you parts of the winery not normally available to the public.

Tours run at 2:30pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday and will have a duration of 1 hour.

Cost $20/person, $15 for Press Club members. Bookings preferred.

Please wear enclosed shoes.


Open 7 Days: 10am – 5pm

Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday


Cellar Door: 08 8537 4022

Groups and buses by appointment only.

Please contact Cellar Door for bookings.

1640 Langhorne Creek Road,
Langhorne Creek
South Australia 5255

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Langhorne Creek

The Langhorne Creek Wine Region

Thought by many to be one of the best-kept secrets in Australian viticulture, Langhorne Creek is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions.


Langhorne Creek takes its name from Alfred Langhorne, a cattleman who rested his cattle on the surrounding floodplains of the Bremer River after crossing it on his way to the Adelaide markets in the 1840s.

For over 120 years Langhorne Creek has been consistently supplying high quality fruit to many leading labels of wineries in other regions. “The middle palate of red wines in Australia” has been Langhorne Creek’s position amongst Australian wine producers, but over the past 15 years or so it has emerged as an incredibly strong premium wine producing region in its own right.

Today vineyards of the Langhorne Creek Region total approximately 6,500 hectares, making it Australia’s largest premium red wine grape growing region; it is red wine country.

The ‘DNA’ of Langhorne Creek is comprised of Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Malbec, and the uniqueness of the flood plains adds to the quality of the fruit grown in this region.

Soil and Climate

The Langhorne Creek region benefits from the natural flooding of the Bremer and Angas rivers, where nutrient-rich river silt washes down from the Adelaide Hills into the alluvial sandy loam of the surrounding floodplains.

Langhorne Creek enjoys a climate of cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers, but the principal influence on growing grapes is the micro-climate that results from its proximity to the Lower Lakes of the River Murray, and the Southern Ocean.

The Lower Lakes (Lake Alexandrina and Lake Albert) lie only a few kilometres from Langhorne Creek. They are massive bodies of fresh water, being almost four times the size of Sydney Harbour, with the Southern Ocean separated from them by a one-kilometre wide strip of land – the Coorong. As a consequence, the region enjoys a mild, maritime climate with growing conditions 3°C cooler than McLaren Vale, and only half a degree warmer than Coonawarra.

Visiting Langhorne Creek

Langhorne Creek is less than an hour south-east of Adelaide on the shores of Lake Alexandrina. A beautiful region in its own right, there are a number of interesting and welcoming cellar doors in the area. There are 16 wine producers now located in the region, with 7 of having cellar doors. A perfect day trip can be complemented with a visit through the numerous antique shops in nearby Strathalbyn.

For additional information on Langhorne Creek, please visit the Langhorne Creek Wine Region’s website.