Kimbolton Wines

South Australia | Langhorne Creek

James' Review

The Kimbolton property originally formed part of the Potts Bleasdale estate; in 1946 it was acquired by Henry and Thelma Case, grandparents of current owners brother and sister Nicole Clark and Brad Case. The grapes from the vineyard plantings (cabernet sauvignon, shiraz, carignan, malbec, fiano, carignan and montepulciano) are sold to leading wineries, with small amounts retained for the Kimbolton label. The name comes from a medieval town in Bedfordshire, UK, from which some of the family's ancestors emigrated. Kimbolton opened its cellar door in December '18, constructed from 'a unique mix of high gloss navy industrial shipping containers' and timber, plus a rooftop viewing platform.


Winemaker Contract
Established 1998
Dozens 1200
Vineyards (area) 55 ha
Opening Hours 7 days 10-4
Address 29 Burleigh Street, Langhorne Creek, SA 5255
Telephone (08) 8537 3002