The Barossa Valley is Australia's most famous wine region. The day begins by travelling through the Adelaide Hills, stopping at the world's largest Rocking Horse and the amazing Whispering Wall and then on to our first wine tasting experience.
We spend approximately 45 minutes in the Jacob's Creek Visitor's Centre, going through the history of the Jacob's Creek brand, followed by a structured wine tasting and an educational presentation.
Our next winery is Kies, a small family owned winery with ironstone cottage cellar door. Their wines are exclusively sold from the cellar door and we taste a selection of their range today, while the tour guide prepares our lunch.
Lunch is a barbeque extravaganza including the Aussie speciality of marinated kangaroo, as well as chicken, steak, sausages and a range of fresh salads.
We head to Richmond Grove, a picturesque winery set on the banks of the North Para River, where we tour their cellars and enjoy their wine.
We fit in a trip to Mengler's Hill lookout to admire the views across the valley. We visit our fourth and final winery for today, the historic Seppeltsfield, before returning to Adelaide by about 5pm.
This activity departs from Adelaide and visits the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa Valley. Exact meeting point and supplier's details are provided immediately after booking.