Barossa Food and Wine Experience One Day Tour

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Have fun with our Barossa Food and Wine Experience One-Day Tour and enjoy a food and wine journey to South Australia’s premium wine region, the Barossa.

On this day excursion from Adelaide, visit the Barossa Valley wine region, which includes tastings at four wineries as well as a vineyard lunch. Discover Peter Lehmann, Chateau Yaldara, and Langmeil Winery with the help of a guide for a well-rounded winery experience that includes varietals from both established and newer winemakers.

Visit the Whispering Wall and Mengler’s Hill Lookout, as well as learn about the winemaking process in this renowned region. This excursion is only open to a maximum of 20 individuals.

Barossa Food & Wine Experience One Day Tour

Travel north through Adelaide to the world-renowned wine region of Barossa. Enjoy the change of scenery as you enter the vineyards of the premium wine region of South Australia.

Your first stop is TeAro Estate, located on Williamstown’s main street in a barn of 1850’s heritage. You will be treated to morning tea from the local bakery and wine tastings in the intimate tasting room while listening to stories from four generations of family vignerons.

The next stop is a visit to the Farm Shop of Maggie Beer, a must-see while visiting the Barossa. Learn about Maggie Beer-the cook, writer, and founder of Maggie Beer Products’ and enjoy tastings of her full range of products including seasonal limited editions. You can also browse through her selected local specialty items, purchase one of her signed books, or just sit back and take a look.

Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings and Lunch from Adelaide

On arrival at Angaston’s Lambert Estate, you can enjoy a formal wine tasting while sampling seasonal local produce from gourmet dishes. Following the main course, it is a senses festival with two signature dishes, salad, and vegetables.

You may want to buy a glass of wine from the impressive selection of wines, or you may want to enjoy a cup of coffee accompanied by their popular chocolate port.

Traveling from Lambert Estate to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views of the valley and then to your final stop for the day will be Pindarie, a multi-tourism award-winning cellar door that feels more like an Australian Homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff doesn’t just pour the wine; they share the wine history and Pindarie— a great way to complete your Barossa Food & Wine Experience.

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  • Full-day Barossa Food and Wine Experience Tour from Adelaide
  • Visit the tasting rooms (known as ‘cellar doors’ in Australia) of four wineries
  • Marvel at the Whispering Wall, where you can hear someone talking 500 feet away
  • Admire the fantastic rose gardens at Chateau Yaldara
  • Enjoy wine tastings and a lunch platter of artisanal local goods at Peter Lehmann
  • Hear how Langmeil Winery restored the world’s oldest-known shiraz vineyard, originally planted in 1843

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