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Just a short drive from Adelaide, a pilgrimage to the world-renowned Barossa region is a must for food and wine lovers. Sip and snack your way through the valley, absorbing the Arcadian atmosphere and exploring picture-perfect country villages.

Travel north from Adelaide and watch the urban landscape fade to verdant rows of grapevines as you enter the Barossa, where 21% of Australia's wine is produced. This area was originally settled by German immigrants, and traces of their influence can be seen in the charming architecture of older buildings and the Gothic spires of Lutheran churches – not to mention the valley's Old World-style culinary riches, which include fine cured meats and delicious cheeses.

Taste some of these local products when you stop for morning tea at TeAro Estate, a heritage-listed, 1850s-era barn on Williamstown's main street. Nibble pastries from a local bakery, and enjoy your first tastings of the day as your guide shares the history of the valley and its family-run vineyards. From there, make your way to Kellermeister in Lyndoch. In a brick tasting room, take in expansive views over the vines and the distant Barossa ranges as you sample the Wild Witch Shiraz and a refreshingly crisp apple cider.

Your next stop is at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, where you can try various locally made speciality goods like olive oils and pasta sauces or peruse the selection of cookbooks.

On arrival at Lambert Estate at Angaston, sit down and enjoy a structured wine tasting followed by a delicious 2-course Barossa restaurant lunch. You may wish to purchase a glass of wine from the impressive wine selection, or enjoy a coffee accompanied with their popular Chocolatier (Chocolate Port). Leaving Lambert Estate, travel to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley.

Your final stop for the day will be Pindarie, a cellar door which has won multiple tourism awards, and which feels more like an Australian homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff don’t just pour the wine – they share the stories behind the wines and Pindarie, so this is a great way to finish off your Barossa Food & Wine Experience.

Just a short drive from Adelaide, a pilgrimage to the world-renowned Barossa region is a must for food and wine lovers. Sip and snack your way through the valley, absorbing the Arcadian atmosphere and exploring picture-perfect country villages.

Travel north from Adelaide and watch the urban landscape fade to verdant rows of grapevines as you enter the Barossa, where 21% of Australia's wine is produced. This area was originally settled by German immigrants, and traces of their influence can be seen in the charming architecture of older buildings and the Gothic spires of Lutheran churches – not to mention the valley's Old World-style culinary riches, which include fine cured meats and delicious cheeses.

Taste some of these local products when you stop for morning tea at TeAro Estate, a heritage-listed, 1850s-era barn on Williamstown's main street. Nibble pastries from a local bakery, and enjoy your first tastings of the day as your guide shares the history of the valley and its family-run vineyards. From there, make your way to Kellermeister in Lyndoch. In a brick tasting room, take in expansive views over the vines and the distant Barossa ranges as you sample the Wild Witch Shiraz and a refreshingly crisp apple cider.

Your next stop is at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, where you can try various locally made speciality goods like olive oils and pasta sauces or peruse the selection of cookbooks.

On arrival at Lambert Estate at Angaston, sit down and enjoy a structured wine tasting followed by a delicious 2-course Barossa restaurant lunch. You may wish to purchase a glass of wine from the impressive wine selection, or enjoy a coffee accompanied with their popular Chocolatier (Chocolate Port). Leaving Lambert Estate, travel to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley.

Your final stop for the day will be Pindarie, a cellar door which has won multiple tourism awards, and which feels more like an Australian homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff don’t just pour the wine – they share the stories behind the wines and Pindarie, so this is a great way to finish off your Barossa Food & Wine Experience.

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9:15 AM Tour

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AU$145

Total price is AU$145, taxes included

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Full-Day Barossa Food & Wine Experience

Activity/Location

Barossa Valley

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Adelaide Central Bus Station

    85 Franklin Street

    Adelaide

  • City Center (Hotel Pickup)

    Adelaide


Highlights

  • Visit to Barossa Valley, producer of 21% of Australia's wine

  • Guided tasting of local varietals at Pindarie Cellar Door

  • Delicious 2-course lunch at admired Lambert Estate

  • Experienced guide shares region's history & unique features

  • Views of charming countryside from Mengler Hill Lookout


Inclusions

  • Guided wine-tasting tour in the Barossa

  • Morning tea and tastings at TeAro Estate, Williamstown

  • Visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop

  • Wine tastings at the multi-tourism award winning Pindarie Cellar Door, Gomersal

  • Gourmet 2 course lunch and structured wine tasting at Lambert Estate, Angaston

  • Roundtrip transport to and from select Adelaide hotels or the Adelaide Central Bus Station

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Know Before You Book

  • This tour is not recommended for children.

  • You must be aged 15 or older.

  • You must be at least 18 years old and present a valid photo ID in order to consume alcohol.

  • Tour stops may vary.

  • During school holidays in South Australia and Victoria, Maggie Beer's Farm Shop may not be visited; you will have free time on the main street of Tanunda instead.

  • At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place. Maximum group size is 20 people.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 5 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Barossa Valley, Australia