The Langhorne Creekwine region is one of five wine zones forming the Fleurieu zone which located to the immediate south of Adelaide city centre in South Australia. The Langhorne Creek wine region extends southeast from the town of Strathalbyn along the Bremer River to Lake Alexandrina. The term ‘Langhorne Creek’ was registered as an AGI on 16 October 1998.
As of 2014, the most common plantings in the Langhorne Creek wine region within a total planted area of 5,883 hectares (14,540 acres) was reported as being Shiraz (700136700000000000036.7%) followed by Cabernet Sauvignon (700131600000000000031.6%), Chardonnay (700110600000000000010.6%) and Merlot (70006500000000000006.5%). Alternatively, red wine varietals account for 700182100999990000082.1% of plantings while white wines varietals account for 700117000000000000017%of plantings. The total 2014 vintage is reported as consisting of 39,844 tonnes (39,215 long tons; 43,920 short tons) of crushed red grapes valued at A$32,351,720 and 8,795 tonnes (8,656 long tons; 9,695 short tons) of crushed white grapes valued at A$4,835,751. As of 2014, the region is reported as having 24 wineries.