Bleasdale Vineyards PTY. LTD.

P.O. Box PO Box 1, 5255 Langhorne Creek
1640 Langhorne Creek Road, 5255 Langhorne Creek
Telephone +61 885 37-4000
Fax +61 885 37-3224

This company is co-exhibitor of
Wine Australia

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 9): stand F06

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.06  OCEANIA
  • 01.06.01  Australia
  •  South Australia
  •  Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.06  OCEANIA
  • 01.06.01  Australia
  •  South Australia
  •  Langhorne Creek

Our products

Product category: Langhorne Creek

NV Sparkling Shiraz

We select fruit from sandy and stony vineyards in Langhorne Creek, ferment in open vats before maturation in seasoned oak barrels and tank to retain the aromatic lift from these soil types. All small proportion of wine from clay/ loam vineyards fills out the palate and gives the wine length of flavour.
Using a secret liqueuring recipe this richly flavoured, deep coloured sparkling Shiraz displays dark berry fruit aromas, sweet plum flavours, silky tannins and a rich, velvety smooth palate.
Enjoy this classic Australian sparkling wine with Christmas pudding, duck dishes, roast meats or simply by itself. Suggested serving temperature is 8° to 10°C.

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Product category: Langhorne Creek

ADELAIDE HILLS - 2017 Sauvignon Blanc

A crisp, fresh wine with great citrus and tropical aromas finishing crisp and light with great natural acidity.
The wine has purity and freshness. Sauvignon Blanc grapes grown in the cool climate of the Adelaide Hills are picked at the right time for optimum freshness, followed by gentle pressing and cool tank fermentation. Enjoy chilled while young, over the next 2 to 3 years.

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Product category: Langhorne Creek

CELLAR DOOR - 2016 Wellington Road G.S.M.

Bleasdale continues to showcase the ability of Langhorne Creek to produce quality individualistic wines. Grenache and Shiraz were originally grown in Langhorne Creek for fortified winemaking but are proving to be excellent for table wine. Nurtured from small parcels into a vibrant, plush and rewarding wine.
Crimson red wine with cherry and blackberry fruits supported by nutmeg, spice, white pepper and some savoury, earthy characters. A generous, opulent palate complemented by textured chalky tannins.

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About us

Company details

Bremer River Red Gums and Wide Floodplains

Conditions for grape growing in Langhorne Creek are ideal thanks to the natural fertility of the floodplain soils, the ability of those soils to retain moisture from natural winter floods, and the moderation of the local climate by cooling evening breezes from nearby Lake Alexandrina and the Southern Ocean in summer. The red varieties thrive in this rich environment, which explains why over 75% of all wine grapes grown are red wine grapes.After Frank Potts purchased 100 acres in April 1850, it was only a few years before the first 30 acres of Shiraz and Verdelho were planted. The harnessing of the natural flooding of the Bremer River by early grape growers makes the Langhorne Creek region quite unique. Frank Potts developed a system of levees and floodgates to capture and divert a metre of water and nutrient rich silt across the entire vineyard. The vigour in growth caused by this natural abundance of water sometimes presented challenges, but it is now managed by modern viticultural practices.

Langhorne Creek experiences relatively low annual rainfall, so supplementary drip irrigation is used to provide the vines with every opportunity to produce optimal fruit. The soils for Bleasdale’s vineyards range from well drained, alluvial soils to brown loams over limestone.

Over the years, further varieties were planted including Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay. As Bleasdale grew it established contract grape growing arrangements with an increasing number of growers. Some of these relationships are entering their third generation of arrangements. New varieties and varietal clones are regularly being trialled as well.

In 2011, Bleasdale began sourcing Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc from the cooler Adelaide Hills region, and has quickly built a reputation for quality and value white wines.

Bleasdale’s Langhorne Creek red wines have fine tannin and fruit structure, and are highly regarded for their complexity and longevity; whilst the white wines of the Adelaide Hills display elegant fruit, balance and length of flavour.

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