An excursion to the Adelaide Hills isn’t actually finished without an exhaustive visit through the area’s praised wineries and cheddar producers. This day-long visit makes it simple to do precisely that, offering transport from basement entryway to basement entryway so you don’t need to carefully check each tester, allowing you to take advantage of your time in the Hills.
1) Barossa Valley Cellar Doors Luxury Wine Tour.
There’s no doubt that South Australia’s Barossa Valley is a world-class wine region, with its Syrah and Shiraz gracing sommeliers’ lists throughout the world. On this single-day tour, discover the valley’s oenological heritage without having to check out of your Adelaide accommodation, and without having to carefully count every taster to stay under the drink-drive limit. Stops to sample local produce and enjoy a local lunch round out this fulsome experience of the Barossa Valley.
2) Micro-Group Barossa Valley Wine Tour from Adelaide.
The Barossa Valley is one of South Australia’s most important wine regions and this full-day small-group tour from Adelaide offers a unique and customizable itinerary. Visit boutique wineries; sample the region’s famous Shiraz, Grenache, and Mataro wines; and indulge in a gourmet tasting lunch overlooking the vineyards.
3) Adelaide Hills Wineries & Handoff.
Travel from the city through the beautiful Adelaide Hills in air-conditioned comfort. Explore the German village of Hahndorf and taste some unique local wines in the Adelaide Hills. Enjoy a German lunch and a wander through Hahndorf village before taking the scenic route back to your hotel.
4) Adelaide: Full-Day Vines and Victor Harbor Eco Adventure.
Take a scenic drive to Victor Harbor, and take an interpretive walk around the historic Granite Island. Discover the history, geology, and nature of the local area. Sit down for a delicious picnic lunch from a sustainable local caterer. Next, enjoy a 45-minute open ocean boat cruise to Seal Island. Witness the spectacular Waiting Cliffs and look out for seabirds such as petrels, shearwaters, and cormorants. Looping around Seal Island, see Australian sea lions and long-nosed fur seals basking in the sun or frolicking in the water.
5) Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour in Adelaide.
Spend a day in Barossa on this wine and food tour from Adelaide. Home to some of South Australia’s most renowned wineries, the region also produces countryside culinary delights like cider, baked goods and jam. You’ll visit both big and small wineries, for tastings of varietals like shiraz, plus check out local businesses like Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and enjoy a 2-course lunch with wine at Lambert Estate. You will be travelling with a guide, who shares information about winemaking in the region.
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