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Enjoy the Barossa Valley

Highlights
  • Wine tasting at five Barossa Valley wineries
  • Opt to visit Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop instead of Dorrien Winery (own expense)
  • Take advantage of a special lunch menu at Kies Winery
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Enjoy the Barossa Valley
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Overview
This winery tour is ideal for travelers who want a full, packed day in the Barossa Valley. Visit five of the region’s best wineries and enjoy a few perks: a special lunch menu, an optional visit to a local food products market, and pickup and drop-off from some Adelaide hotels. Plus, stop at the Whispering Wall and Big Rocking Horse.
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Discover the complete Barossa Valley. We meander our way to the Barossa Valley via the Gorge Road through the Adelaide Hills towards the Barossa Valley. Enjoy wildlife spotting along the way. We often see kangaroos, plenty of colourful birdlife and every now and then koala’s in the trees.
Visit the fascinating acoustic wonder of the Whispering Wall.
Spend quality time at Chateau Barossa where delightful Cellar Door staff will conduct a structured wine tasting of their outstanding Creed Wines. Meander around  stunning rose gardens and check out the Gift Shop.
Visit another iconic winery – 1847 Wines also known as Chateau Yaldara. This was Wine Baron Herman Thumm’s first winery. 1847 Cellar Door Staff conduct an excellent wine tasting experience in this visually stunning Chateau.
Tantalise your taste buds with our delicious winemakers lunch at Kies Winery. After a first class wine tasting of Kies diverse range of wines, enjoy Special Lunch Menu Choices at Kies Winery.
Warm Chicken Salad
Char grilled chicken, salad & mustard aioli
Kies Klauber Block Shiraz & Chunky Beef Pie
Made with said shiraz, red wine demi glaze & chips.
Fish and chips
with fresh salad.
Gourmet Steak Sandwich
Char grilled 200g rump steak, fresh greens, char capsicums & chips.
Platter for One
Meats, cheeses, antipasto, dips & crackers.
Spring salad, seasonal, for vegitarians.
Bon Appetit. You place your order when on tour.
Visit Chateau Dorrien (1912) for more wine, port and honey mead tasting. (OR Maggie Beers visit)…. note- other customers stay at the Winery. If you want Maggie Beers Farmshop option then mention it to the driver on the day.
Our last winery visit is sensational Wolf Blass offering a memorable wine experience with a tasting hosted by their expert Cellar Door team.
Return to Adelaide with memories for a lifetime. You should be pretty happy after 5 wineries!
20 years of experience ensures the best combination of attractions, wineries and value.
We look forward to showing you a very enjoyable day tour.
Put this tour on your list of; Top 10 things to do in Adelaide.
PLEASE NOTE: For bookings made less than 24 hours before departure please ring mobile 0412 153 443
Reviews (6)
1 - 5 of 6 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Excellent wine tour

This was one of the best wine tours we have undertaken. The wine selection at the wineries was very good as was the lunch. Paul, the driver/guide, was also good as he was informative and entertaining. There was a good, varied, selection of wineries and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Richard C
EnjoyA, Public Relations Manager at Enjoy Adelaide, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for the fantastic review. We have known for quite some time that this is one of the best wine tours that you could choose to do and you went to one of the best, if not the best, wine region in the World....More

Reviewed May 25, 2018
A full day visit at Barossa

First time in the Barossa and we enjoyed the wineries a lot. The lunch was great and the whispering wall is a must go. Adrian our driver was informative and helpful and we had lots of fun.

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Pauline L
EnjoyA, Public Relations Manager at Enjoy Adelaide, responded to this reviewResponded July 22, 2018

Hi Pauline L, We have been contemplating a few changes to the Barossa tour but with reviews like yours I think we will leave it as it i9s. great review and thanks. regards Adrian and the Enjoy Adelaide team.

Reviewed May 7, 2018 via mobile
This tour was ok

Marcus was a good guide who was very informative. The lunch was good but the pace was a little rushed at the wineries. The tour went to some great wineries that were not part of other tours. We felt a little uncomfortable with some jokes...More

Thank pent6six6
EnjoyA, Owner at Enjoy Adelaide, responded to this reviewResponded May 10, 2018

Joking!!!!. Hi Caroline...well 3 stars is OK..5 stars is better. But just to address your concerns, as you requested...I was there and you used your allocated time at the 5 wineries and at each winery you had finished your wine tasting without any hurry up...More

Reviewed January 8, 2018
Barossa at its best

First time in the Barossa and what a brilliant day even with the whispering wall a no go because of the temperature. Paul our guide for the day was full of local knowledge and history which made the trip that much more entertaining and interesting....More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Michelle W
Reviewed December 29, 2017
A full day Adelaide hills and the Barossa Valley wineries.

Two senior retirees celebrating 52 yrs of marriage, joining 9 other passengers of varying ages and nationalities, none from SA except us, with Adrian as our driver/host. Everyone enjoyed each others company and mixed freely with Adrian giving the perfect and very knowledgable commentary along...More

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank Graham R
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