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Barossa Valley Day Tour
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When you are thinking of Barossa wine tours why should you choose Taste the Barossa?
* They operate Wine tours in the Barossa Valley 7 days a week.
* They focus 100% on providing the best tours in the Barossa Valley.
* Friendly and personal small group touring (20 people max).
* At just $99 these tours offer great value for money.
* Their guests rate them the No 1 Barossa Wine Tour specialist.
- Included in price:
- Touring as described, tastings at 4 wineries and platter lunch.
- What to bring:
- Please remember a camera, comfortable clothing (can be cool in winter) and walking shoes.
- Fitness level required:
- Child policies:
- Happy to carry children over the age of 12.
- Departure points:
- Adelaide, South Australia
Glenelg, South Australia
- Departure time:
9:00 AM Daily
- Pickup/departure instructions:
- We pick up from your accommodation in Glenelg at 8.30am and Adelaide city at 9am.
- 9 to 10 hours.
- Approximate Return Time:
- Tours return to Adelaide city at 5.30pm and to Glenelg around 6pm.
Taste the Barossa tours blend historical wineries, wonderful regional food, breathtaking scenery and the people that make the Barossa Valley a truly world class region, these are days you are bound to enjoy.
These Barossa Valley tours operate 7 days a week and include tastings at 4 wineries as well as the famous Peter Lehmann’s Weighbridge Platter Lunch. The vehicle is a 20 seater Toyota Coaster Deluxe. These buses come standard with CD players, IPod connection and air conditioning.
We start your Barossa Valley wine tour at a relaxing 9am picking you up at your accommodation or a pre arranged point in Adelaide. We make our way out of Adelaide through the Adelaide Hills with our first stop the famous Whispering Wall where you will be fascinated by its famous acoustic qualities.
Our first winery is the beautiful and historic Château Yaldara, this is one of the most photographed buildings in South Australia and no trip to the Barossa Wine Valley is complete without getting a photo in front of this majestic building. Enjoy some great wines or if it’s too early you can pop into Café Y for a spot of morning tea.
We now cruise through some of the most picturesque scenery in the Barossa, we cross the world famous Jacobs Creek as we head toward the heart of the Barossa Valley, the beautiful and historic township of Tanunda. You have time to wander up the main street and visit some local shops and points of interest, a perfect place to find a souvenir.
Lunch is a regional highlight. While we enjoy some of the Barossa’s most internationally acclaimed wines at the beautiful Peter Lehmann winery a platter of the best meats, cheeses, olives, assorted vegetables and freshly baked bread the Barossa Valley has to offer is brought to your table. (There is a great vegetarian regional plate option also)
After lunch we enjoy a walk over to one of the most historic, and beautiful wineries in the Barossa, Langmeil is home to the oldest known Shiraz vineyard in the world. We walk through this vineyard and into the beautiful cellar door where we enjoy their world famous Barossa wines.
From Langmeil we wander up to Menglers Hill Lookout and take in the panoramic and breathtaking views over the beautiful Valley.
Continuing on we make our way though the Barossa Valley and feast our eyes on the beauty of the famous Seppeltsfield region. We view the iconic Seppeltsfield winery which ties in perfectly with the last winery we visit for the day.
We finish our day at Murray Street Vineyards on the opposite side of the Barossa Valley to where we started. This is one of the smaller wineries we visit however it has one of the greatest stories in the Barossa Valley. Owner and chief winemaker Andrew Seppelt is a 6th generation Barossa wine maker and brings together all his family’s local knowledge with lessons he learned while working in the famous old world wine regions of France. Murray Street Vineyards is a wonderful blend of the old and new world. With a little luck Andrew might pop in and you can ask one of the brightest wine making stars in the Barossa some questions.
This Barossa Valley tour blends historical wineries, wonderful regional food, breathtaking scenery and the people that make the Barossa Valley a truly world class region, a day you are bound to enjoy.
The tour returns to Adelaide around 5-5.30pm and Glenelg a half hour thereafter.