Great place to stay. Reasonably priced. Nice...
Fantastic wedding venue. Beautiful rolling hills of...
I attended a wedding here during 2016 and the staff made the day extra special. Extremely prompt to refill drinks, quickly serving food and very friendly!
Inside the barn for the reception was just as pretty as the view outside, rustic wooden barn with a modern feel is a perfect spot to host the reception. The room felt intimate but not crowed and the inhouse speakers were great for amplifying the speeches.
The food was delicious! 5 stars.
Thank you, looking forward to my next event here.
Lovely wedding and reception venue.
One of the best wedding and reception...
About Winery and Wines
The beauty of Longview goes beyond its spectacular vistas. It also happens to be perfectly situated to grow both white and red varietals equally well with the natural gradient of the vineyard’s vast slopes being carefully chosen to suit each varietal. Aspect is highly important and in planting the vineyard, northerly facing slopes were planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Nebbiolo while our classic cool climate white varieties (Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, and Chardonnay) which require less radiation are on the southern slopes.
Longview is located on the South Eastern Ridge of the Mt Lofty Ranges and to the south has the southern ocean and to the east Lake Alexandrina. This accounts for a slightly higher average temperature than the rest of the Adelaide Hills while still remaining a cool-climate site. Most rainfall occurs in winter and throughout summer warm days are followed by cool winds shifting from the southern waters of Lake Alexandrina and the coast. Consequently these conditions result in a very high diurnal range which is quite site specific, ensuring a breadth of flavours and aromatics in the grape berry. Longview wines are all from our single estate and therefore much of the work to provide depth and character is completed in the vineyard. Each block is serviced differently, in order to build complex flavour profiles which are then fermented separately and blended to make the wine of any one vintage.