Angaston, Australia
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Spend a day in Barossa on this wine and food tour from Adelaide. Home to some of South Australia’s most renowned wineries, the region also produces countryside culinary delights like cider, baked goods and jam. You’ll visit both big and small wineries, including TeAro Estate, for tastings of varietals like shiraz, plus check out local businesses like Maggie’s Farm Shop and enjoy a 2-course lunch with wine at Lambert Estate. This tour is limited to 20 people with a guide, who shares information about winemaking in the region.
Please note: Effective from May 3, 2018, due to roadworks on Frome Street, the temporary pick-up location for guests staying at the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel and Mantra on Frome will be 16, Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide.
  • 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 from the tasting rooms and vineyards
  • Wine tasting at the award winning Pindarie Cellar Door
  • Learn from a knowledgeable guide about the people and stories behind the Barossa's wineries
  • Tour limited to 20 people
Your day trip starts as your depart Adelaide by minicoach for the drive into the Barossa, where your first stop is TeAro Estate in Williamstown, named after the Maori word for ‘happy home.’ Settle into the intimate tasting room inside an 1850s barn, and enjoy morning tea with treats from a local bakery before your wine tasting.
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.


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, Oct 2018

I did this tour with my daughter and her partner. As they live in Adelaide we were picked up from a hotel just around the corner from where they live which was very convenient.

The coach drivers were wonderful. Very friendly without being over the top. They were informative and gave interesting commentary.

The small wineries we visited were excellent. The owners / wine makers were there and happy to share their knowledge. They were all friendly and most importantly, the wines were all top quality. The reds and ports were my favourites.

We were disappointed with Wolf Blass. I had been a great fan of their wines so was very excited that this winery was on our tour. The actual facility was unimpressive. The girl running the tasty was quite abrupt, boarding on rude. This was also our lunch stop. The room was bare, plastic tables and chairs, no atmosphere or view. I had prearranged for a vegetarian meal and all I ended up with was a bread roll and a bowl of greens with one or 2 cherry tomatoes. The tour driver went to the kitchen but they said that was the meal and certainly did not offer to provide anything else.

The stop at Maggie Beers was well worth it. A lovely venue and the lady her self was there. Maggie mingled with the visitors and was generous with her time. She was happy to be in any photos, selfies and even popped behind the counter to help out.

I would recommend this tour but suggest that one of the nicer venues be selected for the lunch stop as this is a Food and Wine Tour so the food should be important as well as the wines.

, Feb 2018

We were 18 on tour not exactly a small-group tour as we were starting off people who were at rear of bus came forward the noise on the bus was awful the driver said that called an engine not an apology for the noise the bus was past its best and should be scrapped
The trip itself was brilliant and the driver very knowledgeable but please invest in modern transport and smaller groups

, Jan 2018

Nice Tour with fantastic views, winery have been nice - excellent lunch

, Aug 2017

Absolutely amazing day in the Barossa Valley. Great Guide and we had a beautiful lunch . Loved the visit to Wolf Blass and the beautiful boutique wineries. Enjoyed visiting Maggie Beer's farm shop.

, Mar 2017

Was ok. The wineries were all lovely, felt slightly rushed in some parts and often pointlessly long in other wineries. The group size was much bigger than I was expecting compared to other available tours and we were in a very large coach. For me it was just OK.

, Jan 2017

This tour was different to what was described. We had a good day but would really liked to have visited the wineries that I had paid for.

, Dec 2016

Great tour - lovely wines and a great guide

, Jul 2016

It was a lovely day spent with friends in a small group. Lunch was amazing!

, Jun 2016

Great day - only 4 on tour and our guide Phil was fabulous. Having a small group makes the experience so much better.

, Jun 2016

Absolutely enjoyable, our Driver was professional, polite and flexible. Being picked up at my accommodation at Glenelg was so convenient, particularly as I was travelling along. I enjoyed the whole Tour and his commentary was great. Being a bit rainy and cold added to the day, going to Wineries tasting wines and lunch was delicious and fabulous venue. I would highly recommend this Tour, thank you Viator once again.

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