Barossa Food & Wine Experience - AS2

Adelaide Sightseeing - Adelaide

Cost:

A$0 (2 Passengers)

Duration:

8 hours.

Minimum Passengers:

4.

Maximum Passengers:

24.

Departure Days:


Valid for 01APR19-31MAR21:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday except 19APR and 25DEC.

Departure Time:

9:15am.

Departure Point:

Adelaide City Bus Station, 85 Franklin Street, Adelaide.

Pickup:

Selected Adelaide accommodation (pick up times advised at time of confirmation).

Dropoff:

Selected Adelaide accommodation.

Meals:

- Morning tea.
- Lunch.

Not Included:


- Wine with lunch.

Book

Not Available

Cost:

A$0 (2 Passengers)

Inclusions:


- Morning pick-up and evening set down at selected Adelaide Hotels
- Full day guided small group tour.
- Morning tea and tastings at TeAro Estate, Williamstown.
- Visit to Maggie Beer's Farm Shop (Maggie Beer's Farm Shop may not be available during peak periods and free time will be spent on the main street of Tanunda).
- Gourmet 2 course lunch and structured wine tasting at Lambert Estate, Angaston.
- Wine tastings at the multi-tourism award winning Pindarie Cellar Door, Gomersal.
- Mengler Hill Lookout for views over the Barossa.
- Expert commentary by local Driver/Guide.

What to Bring:
- During winter months bring wet weather clothing or umbrella.
- During summer months, bring a hat and sunscreen.
- Camera.

Itinerary:


Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
Travel in a small coach and enjoy a food and wine journey to South Australia's premium wine region, the Barossa. Take time to sample some of the Barossa's finest wines and gourmet food that makes this wine region so special. On this tour you will visit three cellar doors including the multi-tourism award winning Pindarie, and enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch at Lambert Estate.

Travel through the city of Adelaide northwards to the world renowned Barossa wine region. Enjoy the change of scenery as you make your way into the vineyards of South Australia's premium wine region.
Your first stop is TeAro Estate, located in the main street of Williamstown in a heritage listed 1850's barn. In the intimate Tasting Room, you will be treated to morning tea sourced from the local bakery and wine tastings while hearing stories from 4 generations of family vignerons.
The next stop is a visit to Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, an absolute must whilst visiting the Barossa. Maggie Beer - cook, writer and founder of 'Maggie Beer Products', offers tastings and sales of her full product range including limited edition seasonal produce. Here you can browse amongst her personally selected regional specialty goods, purchase one of her signed books or simply sit back and take in the view.
On arrival at Lambert Estate at Angaston, you will enjoy a structured wine tasting whilst sampling local seasonal produce from gourmet platters. Main course follows, and is a feast for the senses, with two signature dishes, salad and vegetables. You may wish to purchase a glass of wine from the impressive wine selection, or enjoy a coffee accompanied with their popular Chocolatier (Chocolate Port).
Leaving Lambert Estate, travel to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley and then onto your final stop for the day will be Pindarie, a multi-tourism award winning cellar door, which feels more like an Australian Homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff don't just pour the wine; they share the stories behind the wines and Pindarie, a great way to finish off your Barossa Food and Wine Experience.

Please note: Itinerary subject to change and some of the inclusions may be replaced temporarily without notice.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
Infant: 0-2 years inclusive - free of charge if travelling with parents and not occupying a seat.
Child: 3-14 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Important Information:


Valid for 01APR18-31MAR21:
- This tour is not recommended for children.
- Maggie Beer's Farm Shop is not included in the tour itinerary during South Australian and Victorian School Holidays (including Easter) and free time will be spent on the main street of Tanunda instead.
- The main street of Tanunda is called Murray Street where there are cafes, a variety of small shops including homewares, gifts and crafts. There is a museum where visitors can learn about Barossa history and there is also the Barossa Visitors Information Centre that guests can visit.

Minimum Passengers:
- Minimum 4 passengers to guarantee tour departure.

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