Adelaide Hills Wineries full day Tour
Private Groups Only
Min 2 – Max 30 people
Being your own private group allows you the freedom to do exactly what you want on the day.
Set your own itinerary or leave it to me, I know all the hidden gems and what makes for a great day out.
With over 50 cellar doors and progressive winemakers who take inspiration from the landscape, crafting cool-climate wines with soul and a sense of place. Wine & dine your way around the best wineries during wine tours in Adelaide Hills. Just an hour’s drive from the heart of Adelaide, find out what makes this region so remarkable.
For the non-wine lovers, Craft beers, ciders and boutique spirits are also transforming the drinks scene.
We pick you up at your door and drop you back to your door, we couldn’t make it more hassle-free if we tried.
It’s thirsty work choosing a days itinerary,…here’s a start
|Bird In Hand
|The Lane Vineyard
|Ashton Hills Vineyard
|Shaw + Smith
|Penfolds Magill Estate
|Mount Lofty Vineyards
|Hahndorf Hill Winery
|Ten Miles East
Lunch – Options
Cellar door Local produce platters
Light meal on the go
Group Prices Full Day
2-3 $248.00 per person
4-6 $169.00 per person
7-12 $121.00 per person
- 13-24 $89.00 per person
Lunch Not Included in price
Some Cellar doors Charge Wine Tasting Fees – These are not Included in the price
WINE TOURS ADELAIDE: A FAIRYTALE SO CLOSE
Wind your way down leafy lanes, only an hour’s drive away from Adelaide. On Wine Tours Adelaide the wineries beckon for you to sample their cool-climate drops. The Adelaide Hills are home to some of South Australia’s best food, wine and scenery. Wine tours Adelaide will show you the best of wine region, where the winemakers make bold decisions to produce unique wines.
The landscape here is as diverse as the wines. Roads twist and turn, and steep hills and valleys create different microclimates. It’s a region that inspires creativity – in its artists, its food producers and its winemakers.
The Adelaide Hills is a relatively young wine region that’s playing a vital part in the evolution of Australian wine. It’s acclaimed for cool-climate classics like Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and is pushing the case for alternative varieties.