Wine & Food Lover's Barossa Valley Tour Itinerary
Barossa Valley is one of the most beautiful wine regions in Australia, with rolling vineyards, high-profile wineries, and quaint towns and villages. Picturesque stone cottages are studded around the landscape, and the collection of Lutheran churches hark back to the 19th century, when a wave of German settlers descended on the area.
Our Barossa Valley Tours take in all of this and more. As well as indulging in the incredible scenery, you can sample some of the best food and wine in the whole of Australia.
First, we head out of Adelaide and through the glorious Adelaide Hills, passing cute towns and arty settlements along the way, before stopping at the Whispering Wall, a 9-storey high dam with amazing acoustics.
Then we’ll move onto the Chateau Yaldara, a stunning, historic winery that happens to be one of the most photographed buildings in the south of Australia. There’ll be plenty of opportunity to take photos in between sampling some of the world-famous wine and soaking up the beautiful views.
As we weave our way through the Barossa Valley, you’ll get to see why it’s considered one of the most charming spots in Australia, thanks to its lush greenery and endless plains of wineries. We’ll head straight for the heart of the Valley, crossing Jacobs Creek along the way, and make a pit-stop in the township of Tanunda Here, you’ll have time to explore the main strip of artisan shops and local attractions, picking up souvenirs and stopping for coffee as you go.
For lunch, you’ll get to tuck into some of Barossa’s delectable local produce, accompanied by exquisite wine at the Peter Lehmann Winery – think platters of cured meats, cheeses, and freshly baked bread (vegetarian options are available, too).
Once we’ve eaten, we’ll wander along to Langmeil, one of the oldest wineries in the region and the oldest Shiraz vineyard in the world. You’ll get to sample some of the wines here before we move onto the Mengler’s Hill Lookout where you can marvel at sweeping views of the Valley, and then the Seppeltsfield region and the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery.
The day comes to a close at Murray Street Vineyards, a winery which effortlessly combines old and new ways of making wine, where you can try some of the artisan tipple and, if you’re lucky, ask Craig Viney(a star in the wine-making industry) a question or two.
After all the delicious food and wine tasting, we’ll make our way back through the glorious scenery of the Barossa Valley to Adelaide, where your day of sumptuous culture unfortunately comes to an end.
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WINE & FOOD LOVER'S BAROSSA VALLEY TOUR DETAILS
Departs: Daily 9am
Returns: Approx. 5 - 5.30pm
Children $60 (2 - 17yrs) and Infants under 2yrs travel free on the lap of a parent
*** Although probably not appropriate for young travellers, children are allowed to travel on this tour, however please keep in mind that there are no children's activities and those under 18yrs are not able to sample any alcohol ***
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
Adelaide pickup / drop off, Wine Tasting at Chateau Yaldara, Peter Lehmann Wines, Langmeil Wines and Murray Street Vineyards, a Platter style lunch, all entrance fees and friendly informative tour guide.
BAROSSA WINE TOUR PICKUP LOCATIONS
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