Angas Plains Rosé 2022 (6 Bottles) Langhorne Creek

$170.00 GST Included


Our Angas Plains Estate Rosé 2022 is a special release Cabernet which shows good strong crimson colours and exudes beautiful strawberry overtones on the bouquet. Chilled this light fruity wine showing refreshing crispness pairs perfectly with salads, light meals and shellfish dishes.

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About Angas Plains Wines

Phillip bought the property in 1984 and into a private pipeline to deliver River Murray Water to his property providing the opportunity to re-develop his mixed farm into a vineyard in the Langhorne Creek Wine region in 1994. In 2002 Angas Plains Estate produced its first vintage of wine. A very small crush to produces PJ’s Cabernet Sauvignon.

Our facilities have been expanding ever since opening to ensure visitors can enjoy their visit on our lovely property. Connecting with the true essence and origin of our wines and offering some real insight into the activities by the team at Angas Plains Estate.

Family owned and operated by Phillip & Judy Cross in the highly regarded wine region Langhorne Creek, only 50 minutes drive south of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia.

Angas Plains Estate property is 40 hectares with 25 hectares planted to vines. The property boasts 2 large holding dams for storage of water for minimal irrigation for the vines during the summer months.

The region’s vineyards reach out across 6000 hectares and has grown due to its ideal climate and soils to produce consistent premium quality grapes.

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Weight 16 kg

Angas Plains Wines in Langhorne Creek, SA

Phillip and Judy Cross share the daily management of the winery, established in 1994 on their 100 acre Langhorne Creek property.
Planting a block each year between 1994 and 2001 to 34 acres of Shiraz, 25.5 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2 acres of Chardonnay, all on single trellis. The vineyard is on the old flood plains of the Angas River. This seasonally flowing river flows after heavy rains from its catchment area of the Adelaide Hills through the historical township of Strathalbyn to our Langhorne Creek wine region and out to Lake Alexandrina. The combination of the deep alluvial sandy loam and mild climate provides ideal growing conditions.
The value of planting cover crops between the vines, depends on whether you get enough rain. The crop is used as mulch adding goodness to the soil. We have endeavored to set the vineyard up in such a way that we use minimum water and increase the organic matter in the soil, to assist with the reduction of soil moisture by evaporation to ensure the vines are nurtured and grow in balance.