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Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills Personized Guided Wine Tour
Price is per person based on a minimum of 2 adult guests.
Bookings for 1 person are not available.
Pricing reduces when booking for 3 to 5 guests. Please contact tourstogo.com for pricing and bookings if booking more than 2 persons.
- Included in price:
- Lunch at Salter’s Restaurant (Main Meal of your choice accompanied with a glass of wine, when available) Nibbles and refreshments are available while touring in the vehicle
- Fitness level required:
- Child policies:
- Persons under 18 years are not permitted to be served alcohol by law.
- Departure points:
- Adelaide, South Australia
Barossa Valley, South Australia
Glenelg, South Australia
Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia
Clare Valley, South Australia
Adelaide Hills, South Australia
McLaren Vale, South Australia
Victor Harbor, South Australia
- Departure time:
9:30 AM Daily
- Pickup/departure instructions:
- Departure and arrival are at the customer’s discretion from their nominated point
- 8 Hour Tour
- for Wine or Reason
- Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills
- Departs From
- Adelaide, Barossa Valley, Glenelg, Fleurieu Peninsula, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and Victor Harbor
A totally personalised tour for that romantic getaway in the privacy of your own luxury Limousine, suits up to 4-5 guests. The Tour stars from your hotel at 9.30am travelling in a for a leisurely day tasting wine at one of Australia’s greatest Wine Producing Region, the Barossa Valley. As we amble our way through the City, your guide will give you a brief description of the history of Adelaide and point out some of the highlights that we may encounter on our journey to the Adelaide Hills, Once in the Hills; you may want to view Adelaide from the panoramic view from Mount Lofty Summit. Our first tasting is at Bridgewater Mill , which is the cellar door to Petaluma. We then drive through Hahndorf, a historic German village settled in the 1840s. Our next tasting is at Nepenthe in Balhannah or Bird in Hand at Woodside. As we pass through Springton you may wish to visit the hollow tree which provided ‘home’ to Friedrich and Caroline Herbig and 2 of their 16 children from 1856 to 1860! We reach our destination at the Top of the Barossa in time for lunch at Saltrams. (Lunch is included ~ Main Meal of your choice accompanied with a glass of wine.) While in the Barossa you can taste the full bodied Shiraz from some of the oldest vines in the world (over 167 years old) ~ from Charles Melton, Chateau Tanunda, Elderton, Rockford, Torbreck, Two Hands, Villa Tinto & Turkey Flat ~ to name but a few, call into Maggie Beers for a cup of coffee and try Maggie’s famous products. Fancy discovering a new boutique winery or choose your own destinations ~ for Wine or Reason will take you there!! It’s your day, enjoy.
The Barossa Valley takes its name from the Barossa Ranges, named by Colonel Light in 1837. Light selected the name from the French Battle of Barrosa, in which he fought. Here you'll be joining 60% of all visitors to South Australia ~ it’s undoubtedly Australia’s best-known viticulture and winemaking region. Established in 1842 by immigrants from England, Germany and Silesia (now part of Poland), the region's rich heritage is reflected in architecture and its worldwide renowned wines. Around 500 grape growing families, many sixth generation; today continue to supply nearly 60,000 tonnes of grapes to about 50 winemakers such as Jacobs Creek, Orlando, Penfolds, Peter Lehmann, Seppelts, Torbreck, Yalumba and Wolf Blass. Winemaking is not about ego; it’s about letting ancient soils do there talking through the vines. We have the privilege of growing grapes, with wine as the product of the artistic skills of the winemakers. Fruit is taken from the earth and transformed into premium wine. You can taste Jacob's Creek wine right next to the real thing, in the new $5 million visitor centre at Rowland Flat. Wander among grand chateau Tanunda, Barossa and Yaldara or taste the global wines of Wolf. The main red varieties in the Barossa are Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. Shiraz has pride of place in this region; for this is the birthplace of the famous Penfolds Grange.
Whatever the experience ... be prepared for the time of your life!