Barossa Valley Guided Winery Tours. An Experience To Remember

Tours starting at $110 per person (including lunch)

Amazing panoramic scenery. Long lunches. World-class wines. With our fantastic guided tours, see the top sights in the Barossa Valley wine region in one intimate guided tour.

Visit four well-known family owned wineries including Jacob’s Creek, Kalleske Wines, Artisans of Barossa and Kies Family Wines. Indulge in the local produce with an incredible filling lunch at the renowned Barossa Valley Brewing. Experience a perfect day in one of the world’s most prestigious wine regions!

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WHAT OUR TOUR HAS TO OFFER

We pick you up from selected locations in Adelaide CBD or the Barossa Valley. Your personal tour guide will escort a small group of up to 10 people throughout the scenic Barossa Valley wineries and historic town of Tanunda. After a relaxing day exploring this iconic region, we chauffeur you back to your accommodation through the enchanting Adelaide Hills to complete your world-class experience. A unique and intimate experience like no other in the Barossa Valley!

Kalleske Wines

Kalleske Wines

Our first stop is Kalleske Wines near the small town of Greenock on the edge of the Barossa Valley. Kalleske is housed in what used to be the town’s general store, which has been transformed into a unique and intimate cellar door.

As a family owned and operated winery, Kalleske Wines pride themselves on producing minimalistic styled wines using biodynamic grapes. Known for producing wonderful handcrafted and organic wines, the friendly and knowledgeable staff at the cellar door will provide you with the ultimate wine tasting experience.

Before leaving be sure to try their Plenarius, Golden Orange in colour with toffee hues – the only winery in the Barossa Valley producing this uniquely styled wine.

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Historic Tanunda

Stroll through this quaint town of local shops and European heritage

Tanunda is the focal point of the Barossa Valley, with its strong German and religious heritage. Showcasing distinctive church spiers, cafés and restaurants there is plenty to experience in and around the town.

Enjoy a coffee, browse through a gift store and take home a memento, or simply take in the relaxed country atmosphere as you explore the town of Tanunda.

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Lunch at
Barossa Valley Brewing

A lunch stop that promises not to disappoint. Share a filling and delicious lunch spread at the world renowned Barossa Valley Brewing.
Enjoy something slightly different with Barossa Valley Brewing’s craft beers and restaurant’s local produce.
Barossa Valley Brewing proves that the Barossa is more than just wine. Brewing all their beer on site, we encourage you to try their tasting paddle boards showcasing their Champion Indian Pale Ale.

Kies Family Wines

After lunch we will make our way to the quaint, family-owned Kies Family Wines, a renovated cottage that became a renowned cellar door in the 90’s. Experience the range of award winning wines, which include light, fruity whites, full bodied reds and a selection of fortified wines.

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Jacobs Creek Wines

Our last stop, the world renowned Jacob’s Creek is a delightful way to finish the day, offering the chance to indulge in splendid red and white wines in a rustic, relaxing environment.

Wind down the day on Jacobs Creek’s lush green lawn, and enjoy the breathtaking views that overlook the vineyards and the Barossa Valley’s hills. Reflect on your Barossa Valley experience and the memories made of the day that has been.

Back through the Adelaide Hills…

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Leaving Jacobs Creek we make our way back to Adelaide CBD through the rolling Adelaide Hills. Wind down the roads through the small towns of Lyndoch, Williamstown and Kersbrook.