Discover The Barossa 

Our Signature Wine and Food Experience in The Barossa Valley including Lunch at Maggie Beers Farm Eatery

Price Per Person $375.00

Visit four exceptional wineries in the Barossa wine region, visiting cellar doors where vineyard staff present a selection of wines and matched regional food tastings.

Your day will commence with a welcome from our driver at around 10am, when you will be picked up and transferred in style to the Barossa Valley wine district.

With a rich vine and wine history dating back to 1842, the Barossa Valley is one of the most historic wine producing regions in Australia.  There are now sixth generation grape growing families in the Barossa Valley, they are the custodians to Australia’s largest collection of old vines with blocks dating back to the 1840’s.

We have carefully selected a mix of exceptional wineries that are able to showcase the very best that this world-renowned region has to offer. At each cellar door, you will be personally hosted by passionate staff and presented with a premium wine flight tasting.


Our exclusive Wine & Food Experience is the perfect way to enjoy the best this region has to offer, providing an intimate and relaxed guided food and wine experience.


Included Tour Features

  • Wine flight tastings at all wineries visited

  • Matched regional food tastings

  • Private premium sedan or small van transport

  • All entry & tasting fees for all wineries visited.

  • Lunch at the Maggie Beer Farm Eatery

  • Cooking demonstration at Maggie Beer Farm Shop (subject to availability)


Tour Program

​Pick up and drop off from your hotel or private residence, travel from Adelaide and return with exclusive use of vehicle.

  • Departs Adelaide - 10.00 am

  • Returns Adelaide -   5.00 pm


Times are flexible and can be arranged to suit individual requirements of guests.


Operates - 7 days


If you have a group larger than 7 guests, we can accommodate your group on a group tour basis.

Please call or email us for more information.

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