Join us for a delectable trip into the Adelaide Hills on an Adelaide winery tour through South Australia’s oldest wine region to taste some of the best wines in Australia.
- Sample some of the finest wines in Southern Australia
- Travel in a comfortable private limousine
- Enjoy a customizable itinerary that includes options to visit the local micro-breweries
In the Adelaide Hills, you can find the oldest wine region in South Australia, with over 50 wineries continuing a tradition that started in 1845. Today, this area produces some of Australia’s most sophisticated cool climate wines (sparkling and still wines).
The tour is fully customizable and features for us to visit through wineries and breweries. Choose a homemade beer from one of the region’s Micro-Breweries for those who love a quenching Beer. Each tour is individually tailored and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and major regional attractions.
Along the way, we will have the opportunity to enjoy the view from Mt Lofty Summit and relax in Hahndorf, the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia where you can take a break or walk through the village. From here we can discover what has to be provided by the rest of Adelaide Hills.
- The Hahndorf Farm Barn
- Cleland National Park
- Big Rocking Horse and Toy Factory
- Mount Lofty Summit
- National Motor Museum
- The Cedars
- Beerenberg Strawberry Farm
- Melbas Chocolate Factory
- Adelaide Hills Farmers Market
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