- Full-day tour of Barossa Valley’s wineries and food scene, from Adelaide
- Enjoy tastings of Shiraz and Tempranillo, among other varietals, at five wineries
- Stop at Maggie’s Farm Shop to browse products made by renowned chef and entrepreneur Maggie Beer
- Tuck into a gourmet lunch at the luxurious Wolf Blass Visitor Centre
- Take in amazing views of the Barossa Valley from the tasting rooms and vineyards
- Learn from your expert guide about the people and stories behind famous Barossa Valley wineries
- Small-group tour limited to 20 people ensures a more intimate experience
What You Can Expect
Then take a short drive to Kellermeister for handcrafted small-batch wines. Enter the charming mud-brick tasting room and soak up breathtaking views of the vineyards and rolling hills. Taste a variety of award-winning wines, including a Shiraz and a selection from a 1970s-era line from when the winery was founded. You can also enjoy a sample of the estate's crisp apple cider, which recently took top prize at Adelaide's annual Craft Beer and Cider Festival.
Next, head to Maggie’s Farm Shop, a lakeside store and kitchen a-jumble with fresh glazes, jellies, jams, and other specialties. The ever-popular spot is run by Maggie Beer, an all-star chef, writer and entrepreneur in Australia. Here, you get to sample a range of tasty fresh foods and specialty goods, including seasonal produce plucked right from the on-site farm.
The shop closes for certain school holidays throughout the year, in which case you'll spend some free time on Murray Street in Tanunda. The downtown area is lined with shops selling a variety of housewares, gifts, and crafts. If shopping isn't your thing, make a stop at the local museum or the visitor center to bone up on Barossa history.
When it's time for lunch, head to the Wolf Blass Visitor Centre for a delicious gourmet meal. Afterward, taste some of the winery’s varieties as you learn how the legendary founder Wolf Blass put Barossa Valley on the map as a world-famous wine destination.
Continue to Saltram Wine Estate, a winery that opened its cellar doors in 1859 that is today one of the most celebrated winemakers in the region. Here you'll try some of their flagship red wines before heading to your final stop at Pindarie, where crops, sheep, and vineyards cover the family-owned land. Enjoy samples of Shiraz, Tempranillo and Sangiovese varietals in the sleek tasting room, originally used to store grain, as you hear about about the renovated property.
After a full day discovering the Barossa Valley’s amazing wines and food, return to Adelaide where your tour ends.