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Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide

Highlights
  • More wine-tasting opportunities: four winery visits in one day
  • Expert-led tastings: learn more about winemaking and Barossa Valley wines
  • Delicious lunch at Peter Lehmann Winery included
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Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide
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Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide
US$103.01
Overview
The Barossa Valley is one of the most popular wine-tasting destinations from Adelaide, and this tour covers lots of ground there, visiting four wineries in one day. Discover the secrets of Barossa Valley wine during guided tastings, savor a delicious winery lunch, and visit attractions such as the Whispering Wall and Mengler Hill Lookout.
What to Expect

After being picked up from your central Adelaide hotel, set out on the scenic 1-hour drive to the Barossa Valley aboard a comfortable minibus. Admire the views as you head north through the Adelaide Hills and stop at the Whispering Wall, famous for its unique acoustics.

Arrive at Chateau Yaldara for your first wine tasting of the day. Sample a selection of red and white wines as your guide talks you through the different varietals for which the Barossa Valley is known.

Visit Tanunda village, then continue to nearby Peter Lehmann Winery for another wine tasting followed by a delicious lunch of fresh, seasonal produce, regional cheeses, and cured meats.

The next stop is Langmeil Winery, celebrated for its long history and fine shiraz wines. Enjoy a guided tasting before continuing to the final winery of the day, which your guide chooses depending on availability.

Along the way, make a stop at Mengler Hill Lookout for a superb view over the lush valley and its vineyards.

On return to Adelaide, your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent trip in the Barossa - educational and fun

The tour was amazing. We had a small group but our guide was welcoming, funny and very knowledgeable. After picking us up from our hotel we got a bit of a history of Adelaide and the Barossa and visited four great wineries with a delicious...More

1  Thank Sovira C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Barossa Valley Wine Tour

I highly recommend this tour. The valley is absolutely beautiful. We visited four wonderful wineries (great choices) and had an amazing lunch. J.R. is an awesome tour guide-very knowledgeable and witty.

Thank Lisa C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic Day!

Just had the best day, picked up at our hotel by the lovely JR who gave an informative and entertaining commentary on the trip to the Barossa Valley. The wineries we visited gave us a good range of wines to sample and we ended up...More

Thank Jill S
Reviewed 7 July 2018
Excellent food, lovely wines, great tour

I went on the Sealing Barossa Valley Wine and food tour. Excellent value at around $130. Started at the Tearo Estate, charming little place, lovely chap explaining the delicious wines. Coffee and cake to start. Then onto Lamberts for a lunch that was so delicious...More

Thank Duffton
Reviewed 27 May 2018
Tasting the Barossa

This was a lovely way to spend the day. Our guide John was great, very knowledgeable about the area and the wine. Was a great snapshot of what this wine region has to offer. Lunch at Peter Lehmann’s was delicious, we purchased a bottle of...More

Thank Naomi K
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maggieeliasen21
31 July 2018|
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Response from Dallas17 | Property representative |
Hi there It’s actually a really good thing to do during wet weather. Sitting in beautiful wineries by roaring fires drinking amazing red wine! These is no such thing as bad weather in the Barossa, just bad clothing choices!!
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