Angas Plains Winery – Creating an Entrance off a Dusty Road with Concrete Pillars

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Angas Plains Winery is a scenic 45 minute drive from Adelaide, in Langhorne Creek, which is known for its cooler climate and deep, rich soils producing premium Cabernet Sauvignon wine.

The winery has a cellar door that serves food all day and it’s a fabulous day out for a drive and lunch and of course some wine tasting.

The region’s special brand is understated value, premium quality reds and down to earth winemakers. Angas Plains Winery is located off a dusty road with a driveway winding its way to the cellar door.

The owners who are a husband and wife team, wanted to mark the entrance to their winery. We supplied six sandstone concrete pillars with flat tops to place their urns upon, and the owners installed the pillars themselves. We often ship our concrete pillars right across Australia after working out correct dimensions and designs via phone and email with many of our clients.

The concrete pillars were the P Series which can be customised to suit your style

  • The P Series range in height from 1.34m to 2.2m. The Angas Plains concrete pillars are 1.7m high, slightly higher than average but not too high as the urns add another 50 cms. 
  • You can alter the type of base, shaft and capital, in this case we used a flat capital
  • The shaft itself comes in a range of styles, for Angas Plains we used a simple heritage design.

Angas Plains Winery now have road presence giving the entrance to the winery a little more grandeur. Infills were not required for the purpose of this fence, our sandstone concrete pillars have been used in many applications as standalone posts.

If your property needs a facelift, there are many different varieties of concrete pillars that may be suitable. Give us a call here at CastStone on 1800 626 818 or if you are in Adelaide, visit our extensive showroom for ideas. Our team will help you get creative!

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