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$107.40 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Small-Group Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Adelaide Sightseeing, Adelaide, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaTour departs with Adelaide Sightseeing from Adelaide Central Bus StationDuration: 15 minutesStop At: TeAro Estate, Williamstown, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaWine tastings and morning teaDuration: 1 hourStop At: Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, Nuriootpa, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaTastingsDuration: 30 minutesStop At: Lambert Estate Wines, Angaston, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaWine tastings and delicious 2 course lunchDuration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Pindarie Winery, Tanunda, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaWine tastingsDuration: 1 hour

$82.90 Day Trips & Excursions

Barossa Valley Highlights Tour with Wine and Cheese Tastings

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Dell'uva Wines, Greenock, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaGuests will enjoy a truly unique offering at this boutique cellar door offering a taste of what the Barossa Valley is offering into the future. Dell'uva offer a different take on the status quo, with one of the largest collections of varietals in the country! With more than 40 different European varietals, guests will expand their appreciation of what the valley can offer beyond the classic big reds of Shiraz and Cabernet. Also showcasing the forgotten art of amphorae (fermentation in wax-lined clay pots) there is plenty to learn and lots to sample at Dell'uva Wines.Duration: 40 minutesStop At: Seppeltsfield, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaGuests will experience the majesty of the Seppeltsfield Winery Estate, an historic icon of the Barossa and integral part of its storied history. Learn the story of the Seppelt family, the phenomenal fortified wines upon which they have built their reputation and taste a broad range of their current wine offerings. Don’t forget to ask about the Centennial collection, the only wine collection of wines of its type in the world with more than 120 years of consecutive vintages currently stored in the barrel. Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Vasse Virgin, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaGuests will continue their exploration of the Seppeltsfield Estate’s varied wonders with a visit to Vasse Virgin, a marvel of natural products based on virgin olive oil. Treat your skin to their all-natural products or taste the wonders of Australian made virgin olive oil. A beautiful collection of skin & body care products, gourmet food and a great place to pick up a special gift for the loved ones that couldn’t make it with you to the Barossa.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Jam Factory, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley Australia, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaFor the art lovers, a visual treat awaits inside the old horse stables, the first structure built on the estate. Today it hosts the Jam Factory, an eclectic blend of artists studio and demonstration space. View the art, make a unique purchase and maybe even meet with the artists themselves, right there in their studio/creative space!Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, Nuriootpa, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaNo trip to the Barossa would be complete without a stop at the Farm Shop home of one of Australia's most celebrated Gourmet Food Ambassadors, Maggie Beer. Guests can explore the farm shop and taste a wide variety of Maggie's delicacies, wander the picturesque grounds taking in the sights, sounds and smells of the farm and beautiful lagoon with resident ducks and turtles to entertain and delight. Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Thorn-Clarke Wines, Angaston, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaAfter the first few stops of the day it is not uncommon to get a little peckish - so now for lunch. Guests will enjoy a gourmet platter style lunch of local produce such as traditional German-style smoked meats (in fitting with the region's history), gourmet cheese, locally baked bread and other goodies. The lunch location varies based on venue availability and includes wineries such as Z Wines and Rosenvale Wines.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Barossa Valley Cheese Company, Angaston, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaEven after a lunch stop, there is always room for a little cheese tasting - especially when it is a selection from the award-winning Barossa Valley Cheese Company, an artisan cheese producer utilising local dairy where possible with a focus on soft cheese styles. Cheese keep very well and you will certainly be able to make some purchases to be enjoyed later or shared with friends. *Please note Barossa Valley Cheese Co are not open Public Holidays.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Mengler's Hill Lookout Sculpture Park, Angaston, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaNext up, it's time for a survey of the valley, from the Valley's most recognised viewpoint, Mengler's Hill. From here guests will take in the views of the sweeping valley, from eastern to western ridge and all the way to the wheat-belt. Our experienced and knowledgeable guide will point out specific landmarks and explain a little of the regions and the different vineyards you can see from here. This is also a perfect photo-opportunity so practice your selfie skills here (Our Guides are on hand to take the perfect framed shot).Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Z Wine, Tanunda, Barossa Valley, South AustraliaExperience the premium wines and local hospitality of one of the region's boutique wineries such as Z Wines in Tanunda. Owned and operated by sisters with a long family history in Valley, their family lineage goes back to some of the very first settlers here. Wine-maker and Wine-marketer, the sisters are producing spectacular wines and serve them to guests in a gorgeous setting Cellar Door with truly unique decor. Other Cellar Doors that may be substituted based on availability include Rosenvale Wines, Thorne Clark in the Eden Valley region and Grant Burge Wines among others. *Locations subject to change.Duration: 1 hour

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Barossa Valley Full-Day Wine Tour from Adelaide or Glenelg

Today you are in for a treat; a full day trip with expert commentary included by your driver/guide for the day. Be collected from your Adelaide or Glenelg based accommodation and set off for a day of exploring the food and wine that make the Barossa famous.Depending on the conditions of the day, you will travel via the Adelaide Hills or main road straight to the Barossa. Whilst en route, your driver guide will discuss with the group which wineries they would like to visit on the day, or what wines are of interest to the group. From there, the day is tailored to ensure that all passengers are catered for.Lunch can be included today @ $15pp, so please ensure you advise your driver guide if you wish to have lunch and of any dietary requirements.There will be the opportunity to visit different villages throughout the Barossa including; Lyndoch, Tanunda, Nuriootpa & Angaston, with time to visit approximately 4-5 wineries in total throughout the day.A stop is included at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop in Nuriootpa, to give you the chance to eat, taste and learn about the produce of the area (any purchases here are own expense).Take in the amazing view of the valley from Mengler Hill before the day is through.

$43.21 Day Trips & Excursions

Barossa Valley Wine Region Hop-On Hop-Off Tour from Adelaide

Experience the Barossa Valley as though you were driving yourself.Just an hour north of Adelaide, Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s best and most renowned wine regions. Join this rich trail featuring a selection of the must-see destinations of the region, and tour your way through the full bodied wines and outstanding regional produce of this gourmet capital. This tour allows you to hop-on or off along a select trail as you please. Having too good a time at a particular cellar door, or enjoying lunch a little too much? Stay on and catch a later bus! With a bit of planning (assisted by our comprehensive timetable and Info-Pack) you truly can tour your way.SceneryBarossa is a beautiful region, with historic villages, vineyards and farms dotting a patchwork vista. The scenery from within the cellar doors is as impressive as it is from the road, with tasting rooms steeped in history and atmopshere, or newly sited to make the most of stunning surrounds.WineWith over 150 wineries, 550 grape growing families and some of the oldest vines in the world, it’s no wonder Barossa stands as one of the world’s great wine regions. Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling have led the way as regional heroes, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon and Fortified wines all contributing to Barossa’s reputation.FoodThe trail features a variety of the region’s best offerings – whether it’s Maggie Beer’s must-visit shop, the wood fired pizzas and modern cuisine at Saltram, the bakeries, cheesemongers and cafes at Angaston and Tanunda, or the wonderful 'locavore' options at Charles Melton winery. Alternatively you could always bring a picnic and relax in the beautiful lush gardens of Yalumba.

$179.49 Day Trips & Excursions

Small Group Gourmet Barossa Valley Day Trip from Adelaide

Your gourmet food, wine, and sightseeing tour begins with complimentary pickup from your Glenelg, Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation, before driving through the beautiful hills villages of Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater. Visit the Herbig Family Tree in Springton, an approximately 400-year-old hollow red gum tree, which housed the Herbig Family in 1858.Drive to Angaston and sample cheeses at Barossa Cheese Co., then head to the magnificent Seppeltsfield Winery. See its 100-year-old palm-lined boulevard, to begin your wine tasting journey.Head to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop in Nuriootpa. Here, you can view and sample Maggie’s world-renowned products, with the option to purchase if you wish. You can also see the set where Maggie films 'The Cook and the Chef.'Experience a panoramic view over the Barossa Valley at Mengler’s Hill Lookout and Sculpture Park.Take an optional 10-minute helicopter flight over part of the Barossa Valley, allowing you to enjoy a bird’s eye view of this beautiful wine growing region (extra charge applies). If you are interested in this experience, please advise at time of booking.By now you will be ready for lunch, as the group travels to Lou Miranda Restaurant and Winery where you will sample their quality wines. Select a glass of your favorite wine to accompany your choice of main course from their a la carte menu. If you prefer, explore Tanunda where you can purchase your own lunch, with a choice of over 20 eateries within a 500-meter strip on the main street.After lunch, travel to Kellermeister Cellar Door to sit back and sample their premium wines, cider, and delicious chocolate liqueur.Enjoy a special treat at Schild Estate to finish your tasting journey. Indulge in 5 handmade chocolate truffles paired with Schild Estate wines (for the non-chocolate lovers, enjoy a gourmet cheese platter instead).The last stop is a visit to the Whispering Wall in Williamstown – a 9-story high reservoir built in approximately 1900 where words spoken in a whisper at one end can be heard clearly at the other end of the wall 140-meters away. It’s hard to believe, but the wall really does whisper! Indulge in a complimentary box of chocolates on the drive home, before being dropped off at your Hahndorf, Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation.

$107.40 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour

Embrace the Best of the Barossa with our full day food and wine tour that commences with a 10 minute drive from Tanunda to the historic village of Angaston. Gully Gardens dried fruit factory has developed a niche market in producing delicious, high quality dried fruit and confectionary products. We are able to sample and purchase a wide range of these delicious products. A two minute drive takes us to Thorn Clarke winery, nestled in the beautiful Eden Valley. We have the opportunity to enjoy world class wines which can be purchased at very affordable prices. James Halliday has rated Thorn Clarke wines a five star for the past 11 years.We enjoy the magnificent scenery on our short drive back to the Barossa Valley Cheese Factory. It opened its doors in March 2003 in the idyllic town of Angaston. Their range includes cow and goat milk cheeses, with Victoria and her small team always seeking innovative ideas and refining traditional methods in cheesemaking. Their washed rind cheese has become a speciality. Enjoy cheese tasting and tasting halloumi (subject to availability)On our way back to Tanunda we stop of at Chateau Dorrien to sample a range of full of flavour, unique wines and other beverages before having lunch at our café in Tanunda. Our lunch is included in the tour price, as well as a complimentary drink.  After lunch we visit some of the Barossa’s most iconic wineries including wine tastings at Seppeltsfield and Langmeil or Peter Lehmann wineries.Optional VIP cellar door experiences and tour options are available at Seppeltsfield including- Barossa Heritage Tour (behind the scenes tour) $15- Fortified wine and Canapes Tasting Experience (delicious canapes and premium fortified wines) $35            - Centenary Tour (private tastings including super premium fortified wines)   $125  If you are interested in participating - check out Seppeltsfield website. We provide an information brochure and organise bookings on the day for your convenience.At the end of the tour, we take our Barossa guests back to their accommodation at 3.30pm, while our Adelaide gusest enjoy an extra half an hour at Seppeltsfield winery. At 4.00pm we leave with our Adelaide guests are return to our drop of point at approximately 5.00pm.

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