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Kimbolton Vineyards Pty Ltd




Penny Geue
8 July 2020 | Penny Geue

Cellar Treasures Bella Brunch - Sold Out

Join us at Cellar Door for a "Bella Brunch" on Sunday 16th August.
10.00am - 11.30am
Enjoy a glass of sparkling Montepulciano on arrival followed by a brioche roll with fried free range egg, bacon, cheese, baby spinach & hollandaise sauce.
Barossa Fine Foods Chipolata with tomato chutney and a crispy hash brown.
Exclusive back vintage Bella Monte tastings will also be available.

For the kids - Bacon, egg & cheese English muffin, hash brown & juice

Tickets - Adult $20   Child $8
(includes complimentary tea and coffee)

Bookings are essential. Seats are limited to 20 people
Please note: We want to keep our customers and staff safe. If you are experiencing ANY symptoms consistent with COVID-19 we ask that you do not attend.  Kimbolton Wines will be collecting & keeping customer names and details in compliance with the COVID-19 plan. 
Time Posted: 08/07/2020 at 4:31 PM
Penny Geue
8 July 2020 | Penny Geue

Cellar Treasures After Dark Intimate Dinner - Sold Out



Join Nicole in Cellar Door for an intimate dinner taking you on a journey through Kimbolton's current and back vintage wines, matched with a four-course menu of local produce prepared by Peechabella Catering.


FRIDAY 14th August has now opened up. (SOLD OUT)

6.30pm for a 7.00pm sit down

Intimate Dinner Menu

Tickets $130 per person - limited to 12 people

Bookings are essential.
(The Friday night dinner will only go ahead if there are a minimum of 8 seats booked)


Please note: We want to keep both our customers and staff safe. If you are experiencing ANY symptoms consistent with COVID-19 we ask that you do not attend.  Kimbolton Wines will be collecting & keeping customer names and details in compliance with the COVID-19 plan. 

Time Posted: 08/07/2020 at 4:10 PM
Penny Geue
1 July 2020 | Penny Geue

The LG 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Launch

Attention Cabernet Lovers!
Book your seat to taste the New Release - The LG 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon.

This is Kimbolton's Elite Wine - only made in exceptional years, each bottle is individually numbered.  Only 192 bottles were made. Dedicated to Nicole and Brad's father - Leonard George Case.

'The LG Cabernet' will be open for tasting on 
Due to the limited number of bottles produced this wine is not normally open for tasting.

Book a seat to taste and compare the 2016 Kimbolton Cabernet, 2018 The Rifleman Cabernet & 2014 The LG Cabernet side by side for only $10 per person. 
(The tasting fee is redeemable upon purchase of a bottle of The LG Cabernet)
Seating times: 12pm - 1pm  |  1.15pm - 2.15pm  |  2.30pm - 3.30pm

CLICK HERE to book your seats.

Interstate & can't make it?
For our Interstate members who can't make it, we would like to offer you 20% off each bottle of 2014 "The LG" (SAVE $21).
To take up this offer please call cellar door on (08) 8537 3002 or email cellardoor@kimboltonwines.com.au with your contact details and we will call you back.

Please note: We want to keep both our customers and staff safe. If you are experiencing ANY symptoms consistent with COVID-19 we ask that you do not attend.  Kimbolton Wines will be collecting & keeping customer names and details in compliance with the COVID-19 plan. 


Time Posted: 01/07/2020 at 1:38 PM
Nicole Clark
27 May 2020 | Nicole Clark

Great News!! Our Cellar Door is re-opening on the 1st June

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions things will be a little different just for now.

For all the details click the link to take you to our latest newsletter.



Time Posted: 27/05/2020 at 7:18 PM
Penny Geue
21 May 2020 | Penny Geue

International Chardonnay Day

 It's International Chardonnay Day.

We've matched our 2018 The Rifleman Chardonnay with a delicious dish, Sand Crab Lasagne to celebrate. The Rifleman Chardonnay is bright, crisp and fresh, complimenting the creamy seafood lasagne sauce. You will find the recipe we used below. Head to shop to pick up your Rifleman Chardonnay HERE.


Happy cooking! Relax and enjoy this wonderful wine & food combination with friends and family.




Time Posted: 21/05/2020 at 9:00 AM
Penny Geue
5 March 2020 | Penny Geue

Paella Palooza (Postponed)


Sunday | 19th April | 11am - 4pm 

Enjoy a magical day on one of our decks or lawn as you relax with friends and a glass of Kimbolton Carignan in hand while enjoying tunes by Ella & Sienna, award winning sister duo.

Indulge your senses in the delicious aromas and flavours of "Taste of Spains" signature paella as it's prepared in front of you.





Time Posted: 05/03/2020 at 1:11 PM
Nicole Clark
30 November 2019 | Nicole Clark

Kimbolton Wines’ Brad Case and Nicole Clark are part of the EcoVineyards Program.

Using native habitat to boost the populations of insect predators in South Australian vineyards is the aim behind a new initiative.

The EcoVineyards Program incorporates native insectary plants to create biodiverse ecosystems in and around vineyards. The two-year program involves 24 grape growers from eight major wine regions including Kimbolton Wines’ Brad Case and Nicole Clark.

The Wine Grape Council of SA is leading the initiative in partnership with Retallack Viticulture, after receiving grant funding through the federal government’s national Landcare Program.

Wine Grape Council of SA business manager Lisa Bennier said the program was designed to strengthen the wine regions of SA.

“We’re rolling out 24 tailored native insectary demonstration sites in collaboration with our carefully selected EcoGrowers,” she said.

“We aim to demonstrate that increasing the resilience of our vineyards naturally will in the long term save growers time and money through reduced reliance on chemical pesticides and improved soil conditions. The program also has the potential to provide tourism benefits to the wine regions through the aesthetic impact the native plants will have when positioned alongside our world-class vines.”

Dr Retallack said the program would provide valuable habitats for good bugs and microbats, which feed on economically damaging insect pests including light brown apple moth, which causes an estimated $18 million damage to fruit each year and predisposes berries to botrytis and other bunch moulds, costing a further $52 million.

“This is all about building resilience into our production systems, and not having to intervene by using chemicals in the vineyard on a regular basis,” she said.

The Wine Grape Council of SA will host a series of workshops for the selected EcoGrowers and other grape growers keen to learn more. The first workshop is taking place in McLaren Vale tomorrow.

“We have had an enormous amount of interest in the program as every industry globally looks at ways to reduce its environmental impacts,” Ms Bennier said.

19 November 2019 – The Advertiser                                                                                               

Paula Thompson, Regional Editor


Time Posted: 30/11/2019 at 12:25 PM
Nicole Clark
10 November 2019 | Nicole Clark

A Taste of Italy

Paris from Amore Woodfired Pizza Ovens cooked up a storm last Friday night at our first "A Taste of Italy" event in Cellar Door. 
The night was a celebration of all things Montepulciano along with our newly released Fiano. The star of the night was our sparkling Bella Monte paired with the dessert pizza of nutella, fresh berries & cream.  
Our new large lawn game, Connect 4 proved a big hit with both the young and young at heart. Live artist, Craig James played all our favourite tunes and had the Cellar Door pumping and guests pulling on their dancing shoes!
Watch this space... we had so much fun that we will have to do it again soon!

Time Posted: 10/11/2019 at 9:34 AM
Nicole Clark
23 October 2019 | Nicole Clark

2016 Kimbolton Cabernet Sauvignon Winner

Our new release 2016 Kimbolton Cabernet Sauvignon picked up a trophy for "Best Cabernet Sauvignon" at the recent Winewise Small Vignernon Awards 2019.

The classic varietal characteristics of blackcurrant and bay leaf show out clearly in this intense, balanced wine with very fine, persistent tannins. A vibrant red to enjoy over the next 5-7 years. (Winewise Magazine, Sept 2019)

"The trophy for the Kimbolton Cabernet Sauvignon further confirms our view that Langhorne Creek is a very under-rated cabernet region," said Lester Jesberg (Editor, Winewise Magazine)

Available online or in Cellar Door

Time Posted: 23/10/2019 at 2:58 PM
Nicole Clark
21 September 2019 | Nicole Clark

Kimbolton Wines Cellar Door wins Architecture and Landscape Award

Langhorne Creek winery Kimbolton has been recognised in the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards. Kimbolton was awarded the Architecture & Landscape award for their innovative new cellar door built out of repurposed shipping containers.

The awards were announced on Friday September 20 at a luncheon hosted by the South Australian Wine Industry Association.

Designed by architect and builder Damien Chwalisz to sit in a shady woodlot overlooking the family’s vines, the building’s  interior manages to be cosy and welcoming but within a robust hard wearing envelope.

The winery is family owned by Nicole Clark and her brother Brad Case “This is a very exciting moment for us. When we set out to build our first Cellar Door, we never anticipated the response that we have had since opening the doors in December last year,” Nicole said

“We’re very humbled to be recognised with this award. We think our Cellar Door design is unique and it’s great to have that affirmation from others within the wine industry.”

The Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards celebrate innovation and excellence in wine tourism.  Seven categories of awards are open to all wineries in South Australia to acknowledge innovation and excellence in wine tourism and recognise commitment to providing leading wine tourism experiences.

The Great Wine Capitals Global Network is a Network of ten major global cities that aims to encourage travel, education and business exchanges between the prestigious wine regions of Adelaide/South Australia, Bilbao/Rioja, Bordeaux, Lausanne, Mainz/Rheinhessen, Mendoza, Porto, San Francisco/Napa Valley, Valparaiso/Casablanca Valley and Verona.

Time Posted: 21/09/2019 at 2:45 PM


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