The Angas & Bremer brand, named after Langhorne’s two rivers and lifeblood of the region’s wine industry, was created in 2017 to demonstrate the true quality of wine available from Langhorne Creek. This objective was recognised at Harpers Australia Wine Stars 2018, where both the Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon were awarded 5-star ratings, the Shiraz also being named Trophy winner for South Australia.
The wines are produced by Project Wine, Langhorne Creek’s largest grape processing facility which is located less than one hour from Adelaide and made by Project Wine’s senior winemaker, Peter Pollard, whose previous winemaking experience includes Peter Lehmann Wines (Barossa Valley) and Geyser Peak Wines (Sonoma Valley).
With vines first planted in Langhorne Creek as early as 1860, this South Australian sub-region is sheltered by the Mt. Lofty ranges but within close proximity of the large fresh waters of Lake Alexandrina, offering a unique geographic position for premium quality wine at excellent value. The low, winter-dominant rainfall of the region alongside moderate day time temperatures provides an ideal area for ripe, fruit-forward wines.