Barossa Valley 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. 

Barossa is widely regarded by international wine writers, judges, retailers and consumers as Australia’s most famous wine region.

This is home to over 40 wine grape varieties, each with its own character, reflecting the hand of the grower and the winemaker.

 This Region is also a foodie’s paradise, with an array of exquisite lunch options. 

Just an hour’s drive from the heart of Adelaide, find out what makes this region so remarkable.

For the non-wine lovers,’ there’s a world of gin, craft cider and craft beer tasting to be done in these regions as well.

We pick you up at your door  for Barossa Valley Wine Tours 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,…heres a start

Yalumba David Franz
Thorn-ClarkeGrant Burge
Chateau TanundaTurkey Flat
Peter LehmanHentley Farm

Lunch – Options


Casual Dining

Cellar door local produce platter


Light meal on the go

 Group Prices Full Day

  • 2-4     $248.00 per person

  • 5-6     $169.00 per person

  • 7-12   $121.00 per person

  • 13-20   $89.00 per person    

Lunch Not Included in price

Please note some wineries charge wine tasting fees – (redeemable upon purchases)


Just a 50 minute drive north east of Adelaide, the Barossa is an internationally-acclaimed wine region encompassing the towns of Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa. Barossa Wine Tours from Adelaide will take you from tasting the official best wine in the world, to sipping a local drop that’s as old as you or soaring over some of the oldest vines in the world, discover it all in the Barossa. Wander into over 80 cellar doors, tasting some of the most awarded wines in the world and digging into sumptuous local produce. 

Barossa has the longest unbroken lineage of winemaking and grape growing families in the country, some entering their seventh generation. It has been the headquarters of innovation and production since the early 1900s. Barossa incorporates both the Barossa Valley and Eden Valleys, making it one of the only wine regions in Australia to have neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions. With such a diversity of growing conditions and soil types across both valleys and vineyards that have been tended by hand for many generations, you are bound to find a wine to call your own.