- Full-day tour of Barossa Valley’s wineries and food scene, from Adelaide
- Enjoy tastings of varietals like shiraz and tempranillo at local wineries
- Stop at Maggie’s Farm Shop to browse products made by renowned chef and entrepreneur Maggie Beer
- Enjoy a 2-course lunch at Lambert Estate
- Take in amazing views of the Barossa Valley from the tasting rooms and vineyards
- Learn from a knowledgeable guide about the people and stories behind Barossa Valley's wineries
- Tour limited to 20 people
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What You Can Expect
Continue your tour to Kellermeister to sip small-batch wines in a mud-brick tasting room with views of the rolling, vineyard-covered hills. Your tasting features varietals like shiraz, as well as vintages from the 1970s, where the winery was established. End with a sample of the estate’s crisp apple cider, a winner of Adelaide’s Craft Beer and Cider Festival. Then visit Maggie’s Farm Shop, a lakeside cornucopia of jellies, jams and glazes run by Maggie Beer, a local writer, entrepreneur and chef. Enjoy samples of specialty goods and fresh foods, including seasonal produce just picked from the farm. (If the shop is closed, which occurs during school holiday periods, you’ll have free time in Tanunda to browse Murray Street, lined with gift shops and home and craft stores, or check out the local museum or visitor center.)
Next, make your way to Lambert Estate at Angaston for a 2-course lunch of regional food from the valley, accompanied by wine tastings and gourmet platters of local produce. Opt to purchase a glass of wine from the impressive wine selection, or enjoy a coffee accompanied with the popular Chocolatier (Chocolate Port).
Finally, visit Pindarie, a unique cellar door (Aussie lingo for tasting room) designed like an Australian homestead. While a member of the staff pours your tastings, listen to stories about the wines and winery. Your day trip then ends with the drive back to Adelaide.
Wonderful tour visiting three boutique wineries whilst touring the Barossa Valley. The guide was very well informed and the smaller vehicle made the tour more intimate. Excellent lunch at the second winery. A most enjoyable day
We had a fabulous tour and we don't normally do tours!. We only had one day to get a feel for the Barossa. The bus driver was so informative and helpful and had the right approach. The tour was excellent in every way. Thank you.
very rushed but had to be to fit in all the wineries!
Steffany F Australia
Great tour, definitely worth doing if you want to see the barossa! Michael our driver/guide was great he provided great tips and history of the surroundings! Great wineries to visit and lunch was great!
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. It was relaxing and we learned a lot more about Adelaide. The guide was very knowledgeable. Certainly recommend this tour.
We had a great day on this tour, it was very organised and bus driver was fabulous. Wineries we visited were nice and a good variety. I asked the bus driver if we could go through the Bethany township as that is what I had named my daughter after who was also in this tour with me and he was happy to and gave some history as we went through which really made our day. Lovely tour will definitely recommend this to anybody visiting Adelaide. Thanks Lisa and Bethany
We had a wonderful day in the Barossa. The tour guide was really wonderful and my guests from Ireland really fell in love with Adelaide and could not stop talking about the fantastic day that we had in the Barossa and the lovely people that we met and shared this experience with.
Thank you so much it was fantastic.
Wonderful, knowledgeable driver. Excellent choices for places to stop. Delicious lunch. Comfortable coach. Highly recommend this tour.
Beautiful countryside and great wineries. Each of the wineries visited have their own unique was of delivering their tastings which gave them all personality. Michael, the driver, was also very knowledgable and funny, providing information on the various areas we visited. I recommend the tour, if not just because you get to taste some of SA's best wines.
Fantastic! A great group. Tour guide was very informative about the Barossa Valley. A must go taste and see!