Please join us at our Langhorne Creek cellar door
It’s a bright and beautiful new extension to our restored 1866 stone barn – it’s a great place to enjoy a regionally inspired lunch, a picnic on the lawn, a gin flight, and of course, experience Bremerton’s award winning range of wines.
Our car park has 2 Tesla Charging Connectors – free to use to all customers and the general public.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Rebecca and Lucy Willson
Join us for a wine flight of award winning wines handcrafted by Rebecca Willson and the Bremerton winemaking team. Each flight is approx. 1.5 standard drinks and served with a paired tasting plate.
The classic flight allows us to show you the pure varietal expression of Langhorne Creek’s well known varieties.
The white flight illustrates why Langhorne Creek is developing a reputation for growing delicate and intricate whites.
The red flight allows us to show you comparisons of traditional Langhorne Creek varieties across different wine ranges.
This range takes you on a journey through some of Langhorne Creek’s lesser known but well suited varieties.
A selection of wines from our Premium range of wines, created from concentrated, high quality estate grown parcels of fruit.
A look through our Willson small batch gin range served with Fever Tree tonic water and a selection of our recommended garnishes.
REGIONAL PANTRY & GIFTWARE
We love to support the local producers from the Fleurieu Peninsula and are continually adding new local produce to our providore. We’re so lucky to be in a region that is an amazing food bowl which keeps offering new things.
Come into the cellar door and explore the best of our region today.
The mezzanine level of our restored 1866 stone barn is the perfect setting to showcase some of South Australia’s finest artists.
“Time & Place” by Lesley Redgate
Lesley’s art will be featured for the month of December.
Born in London, Lesley Redgate moved to South Australia in 1967. After completing an Adv Dip Teaching (Fine Art) 1976 at the SA School of Art, she began her career as artist and educator. Winner of the Thomas Laird Memorial Traveling Art Study Award, she is represented in the Victorian National Gallery as recipient of the Michelle Endowment Award. Inspired by colour and geometry of the changing Fleurieu landscape, Lesley’s work captures the unusual from ordinary scenes recording the history of the area where she lives and has a deep connection to.
The cool climate region of Langhorne Creek, just 70km South East of Adelaide, South Australia, less than an hour from Adelaide via Mt. Barker.
If you’re travelling from the eastern states it’s a great alternative route to Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula or even Kangaroo Island.
Langhorne Creek is one of the most centrally located and accessible wine regions and offers interesting Bed & Breakfast or Motel accommodation and eating establishments.