• Location: Adelaide, Australia
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Visit South Australia’s Barossa Valley wine region on this day trip from Adelaide that includes tastings at four wineries, plus a winery lunch. With a guide, discover Peter Lehmann, Chateau Yaldara and Langmeil Winery for a well-rounded winery experience that introduces you to varietals from both established and newer wine producers. Learn insider facts about winemaking in this renowned region, and stop by other attractions like the Whispering Wall and Mengler’s Hill Lookout. This tour is limited to 20 people.

Highlights

  • Full-day Barossa Valley wine-tasting tour from Adelaide
  • Visit the tasting rooms (known as 'cellar doors' in Australia) of four wineries
  • Marvel at the Whispering Wall, where you can hear someone talking 500 feet away
  • Admire the fantastic rose gardens at Chateau Yaldara
  • Enjoy wine tastings and a lunch platter of artisanal local goods at Peter Lehmann
  • Hear how Langmeil Winery restored the world’s oldest-known shiraz vineyard, originally planted in 1843

What You Can Expect

Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide

Small-group Barossa Valley wine and winery tour

Your day trip from Adelaide starts with hotel pickup by deluxe minicoach for the drive into the Adelaide Hills. Your first stop is an intriguing attraction known as the Whispering Wall, whose specific acoustics allow you to stand at one end of the wall and hear what someone else is saying on the other end, 500 feet (150 meters) away.

Continue to your first winery of the day, Chateau Yaldara, where you’ll enjoy a tasting of red and white varietals. Then visit the quaint town of Tanunda to stretch your legs with a short walk before heading just outside of town to your second winery, Peter Lehmann. Here, enjoy the atmosphere of the handsome stone building from the 1880s while you taste a variety of wines, and then dig in to a lunch of cured meats, regional cheese, bread and fresh produce.

After eating, over to Langmeil Winery, just next door, and learn about the history of this property, from its shiraz vineyard, the oldest-known in the world, to the three Barossa Valley local residents who purchased the neglected winery in the 1990s and fully restored it. In the rustic tasting room (aka cellar door), enjoy wine samples provided by the staff.

Next, head to your last winery of the day, stopping at Mengler’s Hill Lookout to enjoy views over the valley before arriving at the last winery for the day - a location specially selected by your local guide, who will take into consideration the group size, group tastes and the season.

Throughout the day, your knowledgeable guide and the hosts at each winery share insider information about winemaking in Barossa Valley, providing a personalized touch that enhances your wine experience. Your tour ends with the drive back to Adelaide.

Customer Reviews

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

A great day out with our expert guide. Beautiful scenery - and a lovely drive despite the rain.

the Vineyards we went to were all really good and it was a lovely experience. The lunch was very good.

I came home with two bottle of amazing white wine.

Hengzhi Z

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Russel is amazing - very knowledgable. Amazing tour.

gail.pollard

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Great tour - good mix of wine tastings and a lovely platter lunch it was a great day out and well worth while! Barossa Valley is a beautiful place to visit! Well worth the money!

Carol Anne F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Hi. This was one of the most enjoyable trips I have taken. It started as a quiet Sunday morning but after the first stop everyone woke up and warmed up. Laughed all day and the wine was good as well. Russell was an excellent guide

Tammie A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

It was a fantastic day, the wineries were great, the driver was very knowledgeable about the wineries/ landscapes and towns of the Barossa Valley .The scenery was beautiful driving through the hills and the towns of the Barossa. Chateau Yaldara winery stood out for me as it had absolutely stunning gardens/scenery and nice wine too! Overall it was a great day and was a very relaxing day. It was a long day but was all worth it.

Brian W USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Great tour! I forgot our guide's name unfortunately, but he was very good, knowledgeable and fun. The wineries we went to were all very good, scenic and each had a unique location/setting. Lunch was a little light, consisting of finger foods of bread, cheese, olives and meats. Would recommend getting a pie in the short town stop before lunch to satisfy your hunger.

Karin H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Lovely day out! Great guide and delicious lunch. Thank you.

Glenn J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

This was a very relaxing day for my wife and myself. The driver entertained us with descriptions of the history of the area and the different wineries visited and then of course there were the actual visits to the wineries. My wife and I slept very well that night. It was also a very intimate trip with a small bus. We got to know the other travellers on the bus: four members of a Swedish family, a visitor from the USA, and a lovely more mature gentleman from Sydney who had recently lost his wife. All in all a very enjoyable day and I would highly recommend this tour.

Maxwell R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Afull busload went to 5 wineries and a very full load of passengers come back.Russell the tour guide was knowledgeable good humoured and patient.I enjoyed the1847 tasting good variety and again the two staff members showed gtear knowledge and enthusiasm for their jobs.The next day we didanother tour with Bums on Seats. Tour leader Paul.6 PEOPLE .and 5 wineries later including Maggie Beers shop we all blended very well,Imight add my wife and I are in our seventies the young women Canadians in their twenties.Paul showed a completely different lot of wineries A very personal tour and a very helpful obliging leader I recommend them to all ages Max Him
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BILL.ZURAWELL

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

Excellent tour!! Our guide was on time and the bus was very comfortable. The tour guide was very knowledgable about the area and offered some great ideas for restaurants and other things to do and see in the area. The choice of wineries was excellent, we had a great time at each winery.For wine tastings the pours were very generous The only complaint I would have was that the lunch at Peter Lehman winery was not really a lunch to me. It was more of an appetizer and wasn't very satisfying. The food was delicious but just not enough for the amount of alcohol we had been consuming. That is the only thing I would change.Thank you for a great time.

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