We here at the Radelaide team were lucky enough to hop off all the way down to Langhorne Creek recently for a dive out of the sky — now some of the region's best to offer are set to make way to the city to show they're not a plane trip away!
Langhorne Creek's illustrious wine region is set to flood Leigh Street in the CBD with the sights, sounds and aromas of the region's renown brands of red and white on October 21st.
Kicking off from 4.30pm and trailing off around sunset, 14 different brands will be setting up shop for wine sales by the glass and bottle.
The event will be taking place across the whole of Leigh Street, but is best enjoyed with a booking outdoors at any of the restaurants that line the busy alleyway.
Entry to the celebration via a booking also includes a commemorative glass to add to your collection!
Enjoy wine sales from some of Langhorne Creek's best brands, including:
Angas Plains Wines,
Brothers in Arms Wines,
Howlin' Gale Wines,
Lake Breeze Wines,
Next Crop Wines,
Temple Bruer Organic Wines, and
Vineyard Road Cellar Door.
For an opportunity to soak in the vibrant ambience of one of the city's premiere dining strips, while enjoying a smorgasbord of the southern region's best wine, the event is set to be the perfect start to any Friday night in Spring.
Where: Leigh Street, Adelaide City
When: Friday October 21st from 4.30pm
Why: Langhorne Creek Wine Region's coming to town!
Header and body image via Langhorne Creek Wine Region's Facebook
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