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Barossa Valley Private Luxury Wine Tours

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Mollydooker Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaMollydooker Wines is an exciting, out of left-field winery located in the heart of McLaren Vale. Mollydooker is an affectionate Aussie term for Left-Hander - because Sarah Marquis, the powerhouse winemaker based in McLaren Vale Australia, is a lefty!Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards Cellar Door and Winery, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaThe Oliver's Taranga McLaren Vale winery is home to the ultra-premium HJ Reserve Shiraz and has supplied grapes for the illustrious Penfolds Grange, arguably the pinnacle of achievement for Shiraz growers in Australia.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Serafino Cellar Door, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaSet amongst impressive vines, 200-year-old gum trees and in front of a tranquil lake, the hotel shares its grounds with Serafino Wines & Cellar Door, where guests can sample the latest Serafino wines.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Maxwell Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaEstablished in 1979, family owned Maxwell Wines, with its 100 acre estate vineyards, has built a reputation for producing handmade, rich and robust reds that combine exquisite fruit quality with structure and finesse.The winery vineyards benefit from one of the most favorable sites in the region, providing the wines with a unique expression of the acclaimed McLaren Vale richness and style.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Foggo Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaHerb and Sandie Van De Wiel have been grapegrowers in McLaren Vale for 16 years, and in 1999 they were able to purchase the former Curtis winery. They have two vineyards: the oldest (Foggos Road) is 9ha of shiraz dating back to 1915; 80-year-old grenache, 45-year-old cinsaut and 20-year-old chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and viognier come from their other vineyard at Blewitt Springs. They have established a formidable reputation for their Shiraz, Grenache, Grenache Shiraz Cinsaut and Cabernet Sauvignon equal to the best. Exports to the US, Canada and Denmark.Duration: 45 minutes

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McLaren Vale Luxury Wine Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Mollydooker Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaThey make wines that make people go 'WOW', through attention to detail and commitment to excellence. Mollydooker has made Wine Spectator’s Top 100 an impressive eight times. The 2014 Carnival of Love Shiraz was one of just three Australian wines that scored a spot on Wine Spectator’s annual Top 100 list for 2016. The 2012 Carnival of Love Shiraz was awarded Wine Spectator’s #2 ‘Wine of the Year’ for 2014 and incredibly, the #1 Shiraz of the Year at the 2014 Australian & New Zealand Winestate Awards.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards Cellar Door and Winery, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaThe Oliver's Taranga McLaren Vale winery is home to the ultra-premium HJ Reserve Shiraz and has supplied grapes for the illustrious Penfolds Grange, arguably the pinnacle of achievement for Shiraz growers in Australia.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Maxwell Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaEstablished in 1979, family owned Maxwell Wines, with its 100 acre estate vineyards, has built a reputation for producing handmade, rich and robust reds that combine exquisite fruit quality with structure and finesse.The winery vineyards benefit from one of the most favourable sites in the region, providing the wines with a unique expression of the acclaimed McLaren Vale richness and style.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Serafino Cellar Door, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaMcLaren Vale and Shiraz - the perfect match. Steve Maglieri is the icon behind the Serafino name and his Shiraz is a typically wonderful full-flavoured and full-bodied red with the black and red fruits you can handle. A rich and voluptuous palate with a silken, textured finish that is a perfect match to big, rich beef dishes or a robust lamb ragu.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Foggo Wines, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South AustraliaHerb and Sandie Van De Wiel have been grapegrowers in McLaren Vale for 16 years, and in 1999 they were able to purchase the former Curtis winery. They have two vineyards: the oldest (Foggos Road) is 9ha of shiraz dating back to 1915; 80-year-old grenache, 45-year-old cinsaut and 20-year-old chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and viognier come from their other vineyard at Blewitt Springs. They have established a formidable reputation for their Shiraz, Grenache, Grenache Shiraz Cinsaut and Cabernet Sauvignon equal to the best. Exports to the US, Canada and Denmark.Duration: 45 minutesPass By: d'Arenberg, McLaren Vale, Greater Adelaide, South Australiad'Arenberg is an Australian wine company founded in 1912. All of its vineyards are located in South Australia's McLaren Vale wine region, although some of the wines they make are produced from grapes sourced from the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula.

$64.95 Food, Wine & Nightlife

d'Arenberg McLaren Vale: Make Your Own Wine

d'Arenberg is the only winery in Australia to basket press both white wines as well as reds, making for a labor intensive process, but the quality of the results makes this worthwhile as the action is controlled and extremely gentle.This hands on, interactive experience allows you an experience like no other, the chance to play winemaker. A palette of wine parcels, each with distinctive flavors and textures, are melded in search of balance, fullness and finesse. The physical work has been done for you – the picking, crushing, fermenting, foot treading, basket pressing and barrel ageing, and you get to create a wine that is truly unique. You then bottle a 750ml sample to take home and show off to your friends.

$194.84 Food, Wine & Nightlife

McLaren Vale Wine-Blending Experience, 8-Course Tasting Menu

Arrive at d'Arenberg winery for your Blending Bench experience, where a palette of wine parcels, each with distinctive flavors and textures, awaits your blending in search of balance, fullness, and finesse. The physical work is already done for you—picking, crushing, fermenting, foot treading, basket pressing, and barrel aging. You'll create a wine that is truly unique, and then bottle, name, and label a 750-ml sample to take home and show off to your friends. Following your blending session, sit down to an 8-course degustation at d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant, overlooking the rolling hills of McLaren Vale. An homage, if you like, to the old adage "variety is the spice of life," this meal is an exceptional way to end your d'Arenberg experience. The resulting combination of flavors and textures created between the food and wine pairings will be the highlight of your time in South Australia.

$54.12 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Mclaren Vale d'Arenberg Winery Tour with Wine, Cheese Tasting

This hosted masterclass will take you on an educational wine journey. You will learn how to swirl, smell, taste and most importantly, how to identify the classic grape varieties and their subtleties. Build up your wine vocabulary whilst you discover the differences between an aromatic or textural white wine, how to describe reds with varying intensity, mouthfeel, body and tannins. Hear about our age old winemaking techniques, and graze on a cheese plate as you are expertly guided through six wines from our award winning portfolio.This experience is hosted on level 2 of the d'Arenberg Cube; an architectural puzzle created by Chief Winemaker and fourth generation family member Chester Osborn. Inside this iconic building visitors are invited to explore the quirky labels, McLaren Vale Geology, viticultural practices and winemaking philosophies.

$144.33 Food, Wine & Nightlife

d'Arenberg McLaren Vale: The Dead Arm Shiraz Vertical Masterclass and Cheese Plate

Since its release in 1993 The Dead Arm Shiraz has received hundreds of accolades from wine critics and judges all over the world. This vertical masterclass offers the opportunity to delve into the history of this outstanding wine, whilst being skilfully guided through each back-vintage sample, matched to a cheese tasting plate.At the conclusion of the masterclass you receive a current vintage bottle of The Dead Arm Shiraz, presented in a gift box and signed by the winemaker, fourth generation family member Chester Osborn.This experience is hosted in the d'Arenberg original stables, built circa 1880 and faithfully restored by the Osborn Family in 2008. Inside this historic building visitors are invited to explore the quirky labels, McLaren Vale Geology, viticultural practices and winemaking philosophies.

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