Heartland Wines Vermentino 2023 (12 Bottles ) Langhorne Creek

$288.00 GST Included


Vermentino originally hails from Italy’s Liguria region and the Mediterranean Island of Sardinia. It has been grown in Langhorne Creek for around 30 years. Langhorne Creek is an ideal location for Vermentino with our maritime conditions. Look for a refreshingly aromatic and bright wine full of citrus , pear and lemon peel. Heartland Vermentino has a sea spray character that the wine is known for with a mouth-watering, zesty, long finish.



Heartland Wines

The Heartland story began in the late 1990’s when winemaker Ben Glaetzer became excited about the outstanding quality of fruit being grown in some of South Australia’s lesser-known regions, in particular Langhorne Creek.

Together with industry veterans, Scott Collett, Grant Tilbrook and more recently Nick Keukenmeester, they grew Heartland into an award-winning winery.

“A really important point I want to get across is we’re not a group of investors that have got together and poured cash into it for the sake of doing it. We are at the coalface of it.”

Today Heartland sources all of its fruit exclusively from Langhorne Creek and makes only red wines.

Heartland is the essence of Australia’s Langhorne Creek, a region that typifies Australian texture, balance and spice at its finest. Heartland grows and selects grapes with the most flavour per acre through careful vineyard management and years of collective expertise.

The brilliant Ben Glaetzer gives focus and expression to these flavours in the winery. Heartland is the place between the vines that offers the best view of the gum trees.


CellarHand is a fine-wine importer and wholesale distributor, with a portfolio featuring some of the most sought-after estates of Germany, Austria, France and Italy, as well some of the greatest producers from Australia and New Zealand. Our ethos has always been to build a portfolio as you’d construct the perfect wine list. We work with small, family producers who express the best of their regions. The wines we sell are the wines we enjoy, and the people who make them are like family to us. They are wines that taste of where they come from, and though they’re steeped in history and stamped with the signature of their terroir, they’re more than ever relevant – and desirable – to the Australian diner of today.