Barossa Wine, Food and Heritage Tour

Barossa Wine, Food and Heritage Tour - Food & Beverage TastingJoin us on our popular small group Full Day Wine Food & Heritage Tour (platter lunch included) which is a cultural journey of the Barossa’s unique wine region and includes up to 5 winery visits & tastings. Rediscover some of the big name wineries and emerging small producers explained by your experienced local guide and knowledgeable cellar door staff.

Discover the Barossa's unique wine styles explained by your guide and friendly cellar door staff. With over 70 cellar doors in the Barossa open to the public and with only small groups we have some flexibility as to wineries visited and discuss visits with the group.

This tour is a cultural journey of the Barossa & focuses more on the historical wineries (large, medium & boutique).

Generally we visit up to 5 wineries through the day which includes a historical winery tour and tasting at Seppeltsfield Winery and a local produce platter lunch.

To make your tour even more enjoyable please discuss with your local guide any preferred winery visits & requests. Discover and admire the many Lutheran Churches, stone buildings and British and German architecture while re-tracing the paths of our early European pioneers.

Tour Highlights Include:

Informative experienced Barossa driver / wine-guide
Up to 5 winery visits and tastings (large, medium & boutique)
Historical winery tour at Seppeltsfield Wines
Visit & condiment tastings at Maggie Beers Farm Shop
Local Produce Platter Lunch
Driving tour of the Barossa's early villages and towns
Visit & tasting at the Barossa Valley Cheese Company
Lookout view over the Barossa Valley

To make your tour even more enjoyable please discuss with your guide any preferred winery visits.


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NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2020 - 2021 season. The 2020 - 2021 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2020 to the 31st March 2021. The 2021 - 2022 season rates commence on the 1st April 2021.

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