follow the signs off the Strathalbyn to Langhorne Creek road,
8 minutes from Strathalbyn and 50 minutes drive from Adelaide thru the Adelaide Hills.
Book in for lunch at Angas Plains Cellar door, enjoy the delicious rustic meals & platters.
Wine tasting available so you can select your wine,
purchase them on the day for your own cellar at home.
Ph 08 8537 3159 to reserve your table Taste Tempting menu.pdf
Sunday 16th June Open Mic 1 - 4 pm
Ian Woods and Donna will be back to entain with their tunes. Other talented artists are invited to come and perform to our cellar door visitors. Angas Plains likes to encourage new talent. Here is an opportunity to come and perform to a small crowd. Contact cellar door for more details. Performers download open Mic Registration form.docx.
It is a nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon having lunch and sipping on a wine and enjoying some great South Australian new talent.
Sunday 21st July Mick Kidd 1 - 4 pm
Talented hills based solo guitarist/vocalist Mick Kidd returns to perform his Blues & Roots music. He has an extensive play list including songs from John Butler Trio, Pete Murray & Pink Floyd.
Grape stomping 2010 had many Scottish guests this year. It started to rain before lunch, so we set everyone up under cover and thankfully the sun came out and all the guests could venture out and stomp th egrapes and have a great time. Linda McCarthy entertained us all.
Grape stomping 2009 was a huge success. Our guests enjoyed perfect weather, delicious food and fantastic live entertainment.
Grape Stomping 2008 was extremely hot 39 degrees and everyone made a day of it enjoying the scrumptious food by Zoots Café from Henely Beach…
A record was set with a very fit 89 year old man stomping and dancing on the grapes to the great music played…
The weather was disgusting with dust storms north east winds heat and rain however we managed to move the event in doors and it was a even bigger success…