Barossa Valley Voyager - Book Direct & Save

From AUD $195.00
  • Duration: 8 Hours (approx.)
  • Product code: ATF12-Barossa Valley Voyager

Barossa Valley is approximately one hour north of Adelaide. We have small groups up to 10 ppl only to ensure a relaxed and unhurried day.  Our Guides know the Barossa Valley and will be happy to showcase the best of the region’s History, Wineries, and picturesque landscapes.

This world-renowned wine country is a must see for wine lovers visiting Adelaide, with over 80 Cellar Doors showcasing its big bold red wines with intense flavours. Barossa is home to the oldest Shiraz vineyards in the world dating back to 1842!

From Boutique Stone Cottages to Majestic Chateau’s, the architecture and terroir of the regions wineries is sure to amaze.  Enjoy award winning wines from up to four wineries and be guided through the wine tasting experience by passionate vignerons.

Two wine regions combine to make up the Barossa Valley: Eden Valley for amazing Riesling and cool climate wines and Barossa Valley, home to some of the world’s best Shiraz as well as Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Semillon, and Chardonnay. Barossa also has a long relationship with fortified wines with many Cellar Doors offering outstanding tawny port!

 

A delicious lunch with choice of meal and a glass of wine is included.

 

TOUR INCLUDES

  •  Small group tour (Max 10)
  • All transportation to & from Adelaide
  • 2 course Restaurant Lunch with a glass of wine
  • All standard wine tasting fees as per itinerary at up to Four Cellar doors

May include: Chateau Tanunda, Langmeil Winery, Thorne Clarke, Eldertons, David Franz, Seppeltsfield, Saltram, Rockfords or Maggie Beers Farm Shop).  Subject to change – depending on availability on the day

  • Opportunities to purchase 'Cellar Door Only' Wines,
  • Courtesy pick-up from selected Adelaide CBD or Glenelg Hotels

 

Date:     Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 

Time:             9.00am to 5.00pm  (Glenelg pick-up's start from 8.30am)