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Great Barossa & Eden Valley Wines Tours & Experiences

Sitting just 65 km north of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is Australia's cradle to the traditional full bodied big reds, but a new generation of winemakers are changing the status quo while still showcasing what this beautiful region is all about.

The Barossa Valley is one of the great international wine regions with an ideal Meditarranean climate, with hot, dry summers and cool, mild winters. It's housed in a compact valley of just 25km in length, which makes it a no-fuss day experience, and an absolute must do for wine fans. Although it is small, the Barossa produces 21% of Australia's wine and hosts many of it's best-known names, such as Elderton, Jacob's Creek, Penfolds, Seppeltsfield, St Hugo, Torbreck and Two Hands, all of which helped place Australian wine squarely on the world map.

Dating back to the 1840s, the Barossa has a distinctly German feel due to its Prussian and Silesia ancestry. Planted initially to produce fortified wines, it is in the last 40 years that the Barossa has become synonymous with Shiraz and is, without a doubt, what made its reputation. It boasts some of the world's oldest vines and in the right hands produces some of the Valley's most complex wines.

In the beautiful high-country of the Barossa sits Eden Valley, one of Australia's premier cool-climate regions, which produces wines with lifted aromatics, vibrancy, finesse and complexity. It's home to some of Australia's most famous wineries such as Yalumba and Henschke.

Although Shiraz is the star, there are a host of other varieties that produce exceptional wines, such as Grenache, Mourvedre/Mataro, Riesling, and Semillon. Added to these are a host of new Mediterranean varieties that are finding the conditions perfect and look to become hallmarks in this region.

Food and Wine Flight
$35
Elderton's Food and Wine Flight is a relaxed and self-guided food and wine matching experience. Enjoy a selection of five iconic Elderton wines, each served with a matching canape created using locally sourced produce. Learn about the delicate interplay between perfectly matched wine and food flavours.   Minimum 2 people, we recommend allowing approximately 1 hour to enjoy this experience. 
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Barossa Shiraz Masterclass
$35
The Barossa is world renowned for Shiraz for a very good reason. In this intimate Masterclass, hosted by one of our passionate Cellar Door team, we explore the diversity of Shiraz and the distinctive characteristics of three of our estate grown, flagship wines, including the Command Shiraz, one of only 22 wines to hold a Barossa Trust Mark.
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Chocolate & Wine Matching Experience
$25
For those with a sweet tooth, we provide a decadent tasting featuring a range of wine from Elderton paired with premium chocolates produced by one of Australia’s master chocolate makers, allowing you to make up your own mind as to the best chocolate to serve with wines of the Barossa. Duration Allow 30 minutes
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Elderton Elite Tasting Experience
$110
A unique and personalised tasting which offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a more in depth tasting with  an exclusive look at the history and heritage of Elderton Wines. Visit the 120+ year old Command vineyard that the Ashmead family worked tirelessly to restore and save from destruction, taste many of the elite wines in our range alongside back vintage examples in our Private Tasting Room with a selection of locally crafted cheeses. Duration Allow 1.5 hours
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Penfolds Barossa Valley Cellar Door Taste of Grange Experience
$150
Journey to one of Australia’s most iconic wineries for the ultimate Penfolds wine tasting including the world-famous Grange.  Sit down for a guided tasting and discover the philosophy and spirit behind one of Australia’s most recognised winemaking teams and learn how they create wines for The Penfolds Collection.  The tasting includes $AU100 Grange voucher redeemable on select vintages of Penfolds Grange available at the Barossa Valley Cellar Door on the day (free standard shipping to Australian addresses). Penfolds’ Barossa cellar door is situated just a stone's throw from their Barossa Valley winery where they craft Penfolds wines. An hour from Adelaide city, the historic Barossa Valley region is known as the birthplace of Australian Shiraz.  No trip to the Barossa is complete without a visit to this icon in Australian wine history. The experience includes:       • Guided tasting • $AU100 Grange voucher Tour duration:
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Penfolds Barossa Valley Cellar Door Make Your Own Blend
$85
Journey to one of Australia’s most iconic wineries and become a winemaker for the day. At this unique hands-on winemaking class you will step into the winemakers’ laboratory, put on your white coat, and get to work blending your own special drop of Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro - just like Penfolds own Bin 138. Your own personal blend is then bottled for you to take home and enjoy the fruits of your labour. Penfolds’ Barossa cellar door is situated just a stone's throw from their Barossa Valley winery where they craft Penfolds wines. An hour from Adelaide city, the historic Barossa Valley region is known as the birthplace of Australian Shiraz.  No trip to the Barossa is complete without a visit to this icon in Australian wine history. The experience includes: Hands-on wine blending experience  Guided instruction Personalised bottle to take home Tour duration: 45 minutes
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Private Group Wine Tasting
$12
Join one of our wine educators on a private tasting of at least five premium table & fortified wines, concluding with a taste of  Seppeltsfield Vintage Tawny.  Includes a sample of  Fino Restaurants freshly baked sourdough and Vasse Virgin olive oil. Guests will sample a variety of still, sparkling and fortified wines in their own tasting pod or privately hosted tasting area. Please allow 30 - 45 minutes for the tasting experience (depeding on final group numbers)
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Grand Insight Tour and Tasting
$30
Join one of our wine educators on our Private Tour and Tasting, for a behind the scenes look through the estate’s treasure trove of historical buildings and spectacular surroundings. Learn of the Seppelt family history and their profound influence on the Australian wine industry. Tour starts at on the Homestead veranda and takes in the Elm Walk, distillery and underground blending cellar. Taste from our sparkling, table and fortified wines in a private area Allow 1 hour.
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Daily Heritage Tour
$30
Join one of our wine educators on our public Daily Barossa Heritage Tour, for a behind the scenes look through the estate’s treasure trove of historical buildings and spectacular surroundings.  Learn of the Seppelt family history and their profound influence on the Australian wine industry. Within your tour you will visit the 1851 Seppelt homestead, Elm Walk, 1877 Distillery and 1860s Blending Cellars, followed by a hosted tasting in the contemporary surrounds of our multi-awarded cellar door. *Please note the Daily Heritage Tour itinerary may vary subject to weather and winery operational considerations.  This tour requires a minimum of 4 adult guests to operate. Children 17 years and under experience this tour free of charge and are invited to enjoy a complimentary famous Seppeltsfield raspberry cordial tasting.
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Village Discovery Tour
$50
For the complete Seppeltsfield village immersion, join a private guide on a Village Discovery Tour, where you will experience the property’s award-winning mix of wine, food, craft, design and beauty attractions.  Engage your senses with this 75 minute tour as you are guided, as our guest, through the heart of the Seppeltsfield village and gardens. Your itinerary includes JamFactory Craft + Design, FINO restaurant, Vasse Virgin and Seppeltsfield’s Cellar Door, discovering some of our produce and personalities along the way.  Included in this experience is a JamFactory exhibition overview and artisan studios visit, a sourdough tasting with a member of the FINO restaurant kitchen, a Vasse Virgin skin care sampling, as well as a seated Seppeltsfield wine tasting. *Minimum 2 adult guests to operate this tour.
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Taste Your Birth Year Tour
$99
This tour offers the rare opportunity for visitors to try their own birth year vintage Tawny directly from the barrel. Join one of our wine educators in the renowned Centennial Cellar and sip on a wine as old (or young) as you are.... Available daily at 2.30pm.   About the Centennial Cellar: Seppeltsfield’ s history is punctuated with many moments of visionary foresight. Seppeltsfield’ s founder, Joseph Seppelt and his eldest son, Benno, were particularly renowned for their longer term vision for the estate, closely following custodianship principles to ensure a legacy was passed on to future generations. This is no more evident than Benno Seppelt’s inception of the Centennial Cellar - a truly unique and unparalleled system of maturing single barrels of vintage Tawny for 100 years before release. In 1866, plans to build a new bluestone cellar were started by Joseph. 12 years later in 1878 and following the passing of his father, Benno completed the stone cellars. In a gesture both unique and inspirational, Benno selected a puncheon of his finest wine and gave instructions that it was not to be bottled for 100 years. This single barrel of 1878 Tawny port was to remain maturing in a separate room within the bluestone cellars, untouched in the same location 100 years. The tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage was continued every year following and continues to do so today. The Centennial Cellar now comprises an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. A living museum of Australian winemaking history and undoubtedly the ‘ jewel in the crown’ of the Seppeltsfield estate, the Centennial Cellar is an absolute must see for visitors.
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Centenary Tour
$169
Awarded the Barossa Trust mark, the Centenary Tour is a once in a lifetime experience.  Visit the Seppelt family homestead, followed by a private tasting of super-premium fortified wines in our VIP mezzanine lounge.  The tour culminates in the 1878 Centennial Cellar, where you will taste your year of birth Tawny, direct from barrel, as well as the legendary 100 year old Para Vintage Tawny.   Available daily, bookings required, minimum of 2 people. About the Centennial Cellar: Seppeltsfield’ s history is punctuated with many moments of visionary foresight. Seppeltsfield’ s founder, Joseph Seppelt and his eldest son, Benno, were particularly renowned for their longer term vision for the estate, closely following custodianship principles to ensure a legacy was passed on to future generations. This is no more evident than Benno Seppelt’s inception of the Centennial Cellar - a truly unique and unparalleled system of maturing single barrels of vintage Tawny for 100 years before release. In 1866, plans to build a new bluestone cellar were started by Joseph. 12 years later in 1878 and following the passing of his father, Benno completed the stone cellars. In a gesture both unique and inspirational, Benno selected a puncheon of his finest wine and gave instructions that it was not to be bottled for 100 years. This single barrel of 1878 Tawny port was to remain maturing in a separate room within the bluestone cellars, untouched in the same location 100 years. The tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage was continued every year following and continues to do so today. The Centennial Cellar now comprises an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. A living museum of Australian winemaking history and undoubtedly the ‘ jewel in the crown’ of the Seppeltsfield estate, the Centennial Cellar is an absolute must see for visitors.  
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Moments In History Tour
$250
The sheer span of the Centennial Cellar is often difficult to fathom. Our Moments In History tour provides a diverse historical tasting cross-section, where perspective will be gained. Taste the year of Elvis Presley’s passing (1977), the Moon Landing (1969), D-Day (1944), The Wall Street Stock Market Crash (1929) and the sinking of the Titanic (1912).  Available daily, bookings required. About the Centennial Cellar: Seppeltsfield’ s history is punctuated with many moments of visionary foresight. Seppeltsfield’ s founder, Joseph Seppelt and his eldest son, Benno, were particularly renowned for their longer term vision for the estate, closely following custodianship principles to ensure a legacy was passed on to future generations. This is no more evident than Benno Seppelt’s inception of the Centennial Cellar - a truly unique and unparalleled system of maturing single barrels of vintage Tawny for 100 years before release. In 1866, plans to build a new bluestone cellar were started by Joseph. 12 years later in 1878 and following the passing of his father, Benno completed the stone cellars. In a gesture both unique and inspirational, Benno selected a puncheon of his finest wine and gave instructions that it was not to be bottled for 100 years. This single barrel of 1878 Tawny port was to remain maturing in a separate room within the bluestone cellars, untouched in the same location 100 years. The tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage was continued every year following and continues to do so today. The Centennial Cellar now comprises an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. A living museum of Australian winemaking history and undoubtedly the ‘ jewel in the crown’ of the Seppeltsfield estate, the Centennial Cellar is an absolute must see for visitors.
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Years of WWI Tour
$250
The recent centenary observations of the beginning of World War I (1914) and the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli (1915) will remain significant milestones in Australian and World history. Take the evocative tasting journey through each of the Years of World War I -  1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918. Available 7 days a week, bookings required. About the Centennial Cellar: Seppeltsfield’ s history is punctuated with many moments of visionary foresight. Seppeltsfield’ s founder, Joseph Seppelt and his eldest son, Benno, were particularly renowned for their longer term vision for the estate, closely following custodianship principles to ensure a legacy was passed on to future generations. This is no more evident than Benno Seppelt’s inception of the Centennial Cellar - a truly unique and unparalleled system of maturing single barrels of vintage Tawny for 100 years before release. In 1866, plans to build a new bluestone cellar were started by Joseph. 12 years later in 1878 and following the passing of his father, Benno completed the stone cellars. In a gesture both unique and inspirational, Benno selected a puncheon of his finest wine and gave instructions that it was not to be bottled for 100 years. This single barrel of 1878 Tawny port was to remain maturing in a separate room within the bluestone cellars, untouched in the same location 100 years. The tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage was continued every year following and continues to do so today. The Centennial Cellar now comprises an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. A living museum of Australian winemaking history and undoubtedly the ‘ jewel in the crown’ of the Seppeltsfield estate, the Centennial Cellar is an absolute must see for visitors.
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This Is Your Life Tour
$250
Create your own journey through the Centennial Cellar, by selecting 5 different years to taste and contemplate from significant moments over your life.  Whether it be your family’s birth years, a collection of significant years throughout your life, or even milestones for your workplace or business, we take your guidance to create a Centennial Cellar experience personal to you.  *1902 vintages or younger, excludes the 1907 vintage.  Available 7 days a week, bookings required.   About the Centennial Cellar: Seppeltsfield’ s history is punctuated with many moments of visionary foresight. Seppeltsfield’ s founder, Joseph Seppelt and his eldest son, Benno, were particularly renowned for their longer term vision for the estate, closely following custodianship principles to ensure a legacy was passed on to future generations. This is no more evident than Benno Seppelt’s inception of the Centennial Cellar - a truly unique and unparalleled system of maturing single barrels of vintage Tawny for 100 years before release. In 1866, plans to build a new bluestone cellar were started by Joseph. 12 years later in 1878 and following the passing of his father, Benno completed the stone cellars. In a gesture both unique and inspirational, Benno selected a puncheon of his finest wine and gave instructions that it was not to be bottled for 100 years. This single barrel of 1878 Tawny port was to remain maturing in a separate room within the bluestone cellars, untouched in the same location 100 years. The tradition of laying down a barrel of the finest wine from each vintage was continued every year following and continues to do so today. The Centennial Cellar now comprises an unbroken lineage of every vintage from the current year back to 1878. A living museum of Australian winemaking history and undoubtedly the ‘ jewel in the crown’ of the Seppeltsfield estate, the Centennial Cellar is an absolute must see for visitors.
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Barossa Style Lunch
$70
Have local chef, Owen Andrews serve up a traditional selection of Barossa Produce including:- Barossa baked breads with locally made olive oil Wild Barossa olives Dips & garlic corutons Assortment of locally smoked Barossa meats Shaved cured Atlantic salmon with citrus & coriander Chicken marinated in lemongrass, soy sesame oil Locally grown beef rare roasted Char grilled Barossa grown eggplant Zucchini tossed with olive oil and baby spinach Barossa made cheeses, fresh fruit & homemade lavish One glass of Seppeltsfield wine included, additional glass $5 p/p
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Torbreck Seated Wine Tasting
$40
Book your seat for a one hour Tasting Session at the Torbreck Cellar Door. Sessions available 7 days a week, at 10am for $40 per person (redeemable on a $125 purchase) Groups of up to six people will be seated on their own table, with a maximum of four tables available per session Taste a selection of our premium Barossa wines, finishing with the current vintage RunRig Shiraz Viognier
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Barossa Private Tour
$200
A full day tour of the Barossa region.  Complimentary pickup & return from your Barossa accommodation in a luxury 8 passenger vehicle & relax while we take care of the driving.  The choice of Wineries or locations & for how long at each is up to you with recommendations if required.  A shared platter lunch is included or you may wish to choose at your cost. By booking a private tour you find places quicker and get to be introduced to the locals by your very own Chauffeur & guide. Why not add a Taste your Birth Year of the 100 years of  Port at Seppeltsfield winery for a special treat. or a Chocolate & fine wine matching or the Tipple of gin tasting.
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Chocolate & Fine Wines- Shared Day Tour
$200
Full day tour from 10 am  to 4 pm Pickup & return from your Barossa accommodation  Regional platter Lunch at a premier winery Visiting & tasting at a minimum of 4 wineries Match 5 artisan Chocolates with 5 fine wines. Be delighted & pleasantly surprised.
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A Tipple of Gin Full Day Share
$230
Full day tour from 10 am – 4 pm Pickup & return from your Barossa Accommodation Regional platter Lunch at a premier winery Visiting a minimum 4 wineries  A unique experience with an opportunity to meet the people behind the label  A Gin Tasting tasting experience at one of the local Gin distilleries
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Jacob's Creek Picnic Perfect
$140
If you are looking for something extra special, order Our Gourmet Picnic Pack. Designed for two people to share, collect your pre-packed picnic from Jacob’s Creek and wander along the creek, past the old fig tree and sit down by the Jacob’s Family’s homestead to enjoy the Barossa at its best. The Gourmet Picnic Pack also includes a picnic rug, a bottle of Jacob's Creek wine, two wine glasses. Plus, you will also receive a handmade picnic stake holder and platter made from Our barrels & crafted by Winestains Barossa Valley.      Picnic Inclusions:  Cheese and crackers from Barossa Valley Cheese Company – Angaston  Smallgoods from Mount Pleasant Butcher – Mount Pleasant  Olives from Torzi Matthews – Angaston  Nuts and dried fruit from Gully Gardens - Angaston  Relish made by Our Table Jacob’s Creek  Something sweet (locally made of course!) Bio degradable plate, forks, knives and napkins  Please note picnic contents are subject to change. 
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Jacob's Creek Cooking Class
$195
Held in the outdoor garden at the historic Jacob’s Estate, the unique venue provides a picturesque setting for a hands-on cooking experience. The intimate class involves picking fresh produce from the kitchen garden, which will then be specially prepared into a hearty feast. After your cooking skills have been put to the test you will enjoy a leisurely lunch matched with Jacob’s Creek wines.  Group bookings of 8 to 16 guests by appointment Approximate time required 4 hours Please advise of any food allergies May be cancelled or relocated in the event of inclement weather.
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The Louis Hugo Gramp Experience
$250
Immerse yourself in the legacy of our namesake Louis Hugo Gramp, a pioneer of the wine industry, who forms an integral part of the wine history in the Barossa. Be guided through a selection of wines that have evolved & shaped the St Hugo collection over time.​ Enjoy a little history, a little story-telling, but most importantly a truly immersive wine experience, hosted at our beautiful Home.​  
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St Hugo & Riedel Masterclass
$75
Does glassware really make a difference? Two internationally acclaimed brands, St Hugo and Riedel, have set out to prove exactly how, in a new dynamic wine experience.  St Hugo creates some of Australia’s most distinctive fine wines and pays tribute to its namesake Hugo Gramp, through its outstanding wines and elegant Barossa home. Established in 1756, Riedel has been producing glass in the heart of Europe for over 250 years. Together we have carefully curated a unique experience.  Guests will discover how the right glass and the right wine can express impeccable style. In this exclusive experience, be guided through a wine discovery, showcasing how glassware influences the taste and sensory enjoyment of the most premium wines. Delve into why a varietal specific wine glass is a critical component of enjoying wine to its fullest, followed by a degustation lunch created to match our outstanding St Hugo wines. Once your culinary journey has concluded, select your favourite St Hugo wine variety, which will be delivered to your home with accompanying Riedel glassware.* *One wine and glassware pack per couple. Inclusions:      Dedicated Wine Educator       4 comparative St Hugo wine tastings 8-course degustation lunch with matched wines 1 x 6-pack of St Hugo wines, selecting from St Hugo Range: Riesling, Chardonnay, Shiraz or Cabernet Sauvignon (per couple)·         6 x Veritas Riedel wine glasses (per couple)        Australia-wide postage 
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The Louis Hugo Gramp Experience & Light Lunch
$100
Immerse yourself in the legacy of our namesake Louis Hugo Gramp, a pioneer of the wine industry, who forms an integral part of the wine history in the Barossa. Be guided through a selection of wines that have evolved & shaped the St Hugo collection over time.​ Enjoy a little history, a little story-telling, but most importantly a truly immersive wine experience, hosted at our beautiful Home.​
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St Hugo & Riedel Masterclass & Dining Experience
$175
For the best seat in the house, book a seat at the Chef’s Table. Your experience starts with a guided tour and tasting, followed by the full St Hugo degustation menu. Looking straight into the kitchen, you will not only watch our chefs’ work, you will interact with them, discuss ingredients and techniques and learn how our menu is created. It’s an amazing encounter, as relaxing as it is exciting. 
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Yalumba Cooperage Tour
$50
Enjoy a unique and fascinating journey of discovery of Yalumba’s Cooperage; the only on-site winery Cooperage in the Southern Hemisphere. The Yalumba Cooperage experience begins in the Yalumba Wine Room with a short history of the winery and the Hill-Smith family. Guests will then enjoy a rare insight into the craft of wine barrel making hosted by a Yalumba Wine Room Ambassador. Depending on the time of year you will likely see firsthand the Coopers hard at work preparing or maintain wine barrels for Yalumba’s fine wines. Guests will return to the Wine Room and taste four wines from the Samuel’s Garden range, featuring varieties iconic to both Yalumba and Barossa.
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Yalumba Unearthed
$50
Experience a Masterclass that showcases six of Yalumba's finest wines. Hosted by a Yalumba Wine Room Ambassador, this relaxed yet informative tasting will provide a unique insight into the diversity of the Barossa.
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Yalumba Unlocked
$75
The Yalumba Unlocked experience begins in our architecturally designed Wine Room with a short history of Yalumba’s Hill-Smith family. Guests will then enjoy a private tour of the grounds, historic buildings, the unique Yalumba Cooperage and iconic Signature Cellar along with the unique Tank 11 & 12. The tour culminates in tasting of Yalumba’s finest wines in the stunning Wine Room, hosted by a Yalumba Ambassador whilst sharing a Cooper’s Platter of local artisanal produce.
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Barossa Grenache Discovery
$180
This tour and tasting is a fascinating introduction to Barossa Grenache and Yalumba’s collection of award-winning and unique expressions of this unique variety. The experience begins in the historic Yalumba Wine Room where your host will provide an overview of the history of the wines of this iconic South Australian wine family. From here, guests will visit Yalumba’s Carriage Block Vineyard in Moppa before continuing on to the Yalumba Nursery Block in the sub-region of Vine Vale. This vineyard is home to Block 2, Vine Vale, Old Bush Vine and the historic Tri-Centenary Grenache vineyards. Guests will enjoy a tasting amongst the vines for a truly unique experience to understand the process from bud to glass. The tour concludes with a generous Cooper’s Platter of locally produced artisanal treats paired with your favourite glass of Grenache.
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Kalleske Wine & Food Experience
$20
A selection of regional produce items paired seamlessly with six of our handcrafted, organic wines
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Wine Flights
$10
Choose your own flight - Choose six wines from our current vintage tasting menu Whites & Lights   If your preference is white or lighter wine over red then this flight is for you Barossa Classics Taste Barossa Valley’s classic varieties including semillon, shiraz, grenache and cabernet sauvignon Shiraz Aficionado Are you a shiraz lover? This flight compares the contrasting styles of shiraz Single Vineyard Showcase Single vineyard wines can taste different as a result of variances in soil and micro-climates and this flight showcases these wines Grenache & Shiraz Enthusiast Compare the versatility and varying styles that grenache and shiraz offer
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Blind Tasting Experience
$10
Would you like a different experience to a standard tasting? Let us pour six mystery wines for you  to match the correct wine with the appropriate variety. A simple set of tasting notes is supplied to assist you. This is perfect experience for a group or anyone that wants the test their wine knowledge.
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Old Vine Experience
$15
Experience the Kalleske’s Old Vine Grenache, Eduard Shiraz and Johann Georg Shiraz accompanied by Barossa Valley Cheese Co. La Dame, Maggie Beer’s Quince Paste and crackers
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1978 Single Vintage Tawny Tasting
$25
Exclusive Tasting of our limited release 1978 Single Vintage Tawny
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Cellar VIP Private Tasting
$30
Enjoy a private tasting in the original cellar. Taste a hand picked selection of wines guided by your cellar door host. Including platters of regional produce to share
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Kalleske Vineyard and Winery Experience
$80
Experience the Kalleske winemaking process and grape growing tradition with a guided tour of the Kalleske farm and winery located just outside Greenock followed by the  Kalleske Tasting Experience at our Cellar Door.
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Barossa Valley Indulgence Winery Tour via Adelaide Hills by Private Limo
$425
Things to Do In Adelaide!  A Premium Wine Tour giving you a great opportunity to see what really goes on behind the doors of making great wine. The exceptional ChocoVino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery involves matching their boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolates - it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. At Penfolds’ you have the opportunity to become a “Master Winemaker for the Day”
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Barossa Valley Intimate Winery Tour via Adelaide Hills
$990
Things to Do In Adelaide!  A Premium Wine Tour giving you a great opportunity to see what really goes on behind the doors of making great wine. The exceptional ChocoVino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery involves matching their boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolates - it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. At Penfolds’ you have the opportunity to become a “Master Winemaker for the Day” discover the philosophy and spirit behind  discover the philosophy and spirit
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Adelaide Hills intimate Winery Tour by Private Limo
$990
Things to Do In Adelaide!  A Premium Wine Tour giving you a great opportunity to see what really goes on behind the doors of making great wine. The exceptional ChocoVino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery involves matching their boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolates - it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. At Penfolds’ you have the opportunity to become a “Master Winemaker for the Day”
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McLaren Vale Intimate Winery Tour by private Limo
$990
Things to Do In Adelaide! . McLaren Vale, (where the vines meet the sea), Only a 30 minute drive from Adelaide, this beautiful wine Mecca province has a Mediterranean climate and is arguably one of the premier Shiraz growing regions in the world.  A tiny piece of paradise with two passions ‘food and wine’. Driving over the first row of hills, you will be met by a vista of undulating vineyards with the backdrop of the picturesque wave-like Mt Lofty Ranges rolling to the sea.
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Clare Valley Intimate Winery Tour by Private Limo
$1045
Things to Do In Adelaide! James Halliday, an Australian wine critic, says,” unlocking the secrets of the Clare Valley is a pastime opens to all who visit this most prestigious part of Australia to your own preferences as all tours can be modified to suit your needs. The Clare Valley is a hidden gem among the vines, a leisurely 2 hour drive from Adelaide; Clare is recognised as the Riesling “Capital” of Australia. It is Australia’s smallest and one of the leading viticulture regions.  It is famed for its wine and pioneering heritage. Sevenhill cellars is the oldest Vineyard and was settled by Jesuit Priests in 1851, see Vignerons at work in 150 year old cellars. James Halliday, an Australian wine critic, says,” unlocking the secrets of the Clare Valley is a pastime opens to all who visitthis most prestigious part of Australia”.
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1/2 Day McLaren Vale and Glenelg Wine tasting and Sightseeing
$69
Our small group tours depart Adelaide 7 days a week from Adelaide CBD.  Departing from Victoria Square we head straight to McLaren Vale for structured tastings at the beautiful Chapel Hill winery. We then make our way to the main street of McLaren Vale for some more South Australian delights. Here there is the opportunity to visit Hardys for more wine tasting, the Fruchocs factory for a well known sweet treat or, sample some tasty almond varieties at the Almond Train. There's even time to do all three!  If you would prefer to sit back and relax with a coffee, you can do that too! Time to visit our last winery - the quaint Shingleback wInery for more sumptuous wine tasting.
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Taste the Barossa Premium Tour
$149
Explore the Barossa Valley with Taste the Barossa and you will enjoy a day tasting some of the best food and wine in Australia. We start the day at a relaxing 9am picking you up at your accommodation or a pre arranged point in Adelaide or Glenelg (8.30am). We make our way out of Adelaide through the Adelaide Hills with our first stop the famous Whispering Wall where you will be fascinated by its famous acoustic qualities.
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