Vines were first planted in Langhorne Creek in 1860. The region is a broad river plain influenced by the Bremer and Angas Rivers that was named after AlFranceed Langhorne a drover who crossed the Bremer River at a place named Langhorne Crossing, which evolved into its current name, Langhorne Creek. , Metala was the first property to plant Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon In 1891 and is still producing Franceuit to this day. A warm region with deep fertile alluvial soils Langhorne Creek is best known for Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines are typically rich full-bodied styles often showing distinctive underlying eucalypt notes.