Barossa Wine Tours – With over 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries, the Barossa is one of the world’s greatest wine regions. It’s famous for its full bodied and powerful reds, especially Shiraz.

The Barossa has some of the oldest Shiraz vineyards in the world, and it’s home to the biggest names in Australian wine.
Most grown varieties are Shiraz, Reisling, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. - Barossa Wine Tours

B1 BAROSSA VALLEY- Wine Lovers Tour

We also conduct private Barossa Wine Tours for large groups for up to 13 people. Every single tour is unique and tailored according to your personal taste. Just list the wineries you’d like to visit or leave it to us and we will organise the day for you.

Tour includes:

  • Access to 5 wineries/attractions of your choice or per our suggestions
  • Lunch available at the venue of your choice
  • Free pick up from Adelaide or surrounding suburbs. Charges may apply if pick up from outer suburbs
  • Standard taste fee may apply for groups over 8 people
  • Tour length: Half Day 5-6 hours or Full Day 8 hours
  • Please contact us for a price

Sample Tour:

9.00 am Start from Adelaide
10.00 am Linfield Road Wines or Chateau 1847 Yaldara
11.00 am Rockford Wines
12.00 pm Kies Wines free tasting
12.30 pm Lunch at Monkey Nut Café – Kies Winery
2.00 pm Maggie Beer Farm
3.00 pm Seppeltsfield
3.45 pm Departure

This is just a suggestion tour but we also visit other wineries like:
Schild Estate, Kellermeister, Grand Burge, Langmeil, Chateau Dorrien, Penfolds, Rusden Wines, Two Hands, Hentley Farm and more.
Attractions can be included like: Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, Barossa Brewery, Barossa Cheese, Farmers Markets, Menglers Hill Lookout, etc.
For lunch venues we use: Kies Wines,Tanunda Hotel and Wanera Wine Bar.

– Wine and Sightseeing Tour-

Why not take a country drive and reach Barossa Valley via Adelaide Hills. This is the perfect opportunity to do a short visit to the oldest German settlement of Hahndorf.

We would be leaving Adelaide or surrounding suburb at 9 am and drive up the Hills for a short visit to Mt Lofty Lookout (optional). Then we would proceed to Hahndorf for breakfast at German Arms or just one-hour free time for photos and shopping.
Before heading to Barossa we may stop at Melba’s Chocolate and Cheese factory at Woodside.

From there we would take a scenic country drive and get to Kersbrook Hill Wine & Cider or one of the small family wineries in Willamstown at about 11.30 am. One more winery in Lyndoch can be visited before going for lunch and free wine tasting at Kies Wines.

After lunch we would have time to visit one more winery or brewery before departure back via Northern Expressway.
Book your Barossa Wine Tours. Please contact us for a price.