Day 1: Adelaide to the Barossa Valley and return
In Williamstown, the gateway to the Barossa, we visit the astonishing Whispering Wall*. As tall as a 9-storey building and constructed in a perfect semi-circle over 110 years ago, it’s possible to hear someone whisper from one end of the dam wall to the other end 140 metres away. As the vine leaves replace the gum trees, we enter the largest and most celebrated wine region in Australia. Our first stop is the world-famous Jacob’s Creek, the largest wine exporter in the valley. A local guide will provide an informative explanation of their wines and offer a selection of their famed shiraz, merlot and rosé for tasting. Our next stop, Kies, is a family-owned boutique winery, where the setting is quaint and the service is personal. Their exquisite wines are not available for sale anywhere else in the world. For lunch we’ll head to Saltrams for gourmet pizzas. You’ll also get the chance to do a cellar door tour and taste a selection of their wines. After lunch we’ll slowly make our way to Wolf Blass. This world renowned winery created in 1966 is nowadays one of the world’s most awarded wine brands. We will get the chance to taste their wide range of wines before we pop in our fourth winery: Lambert Estate a family owned business that made their name thanks to their Chocolate port! Finally we’ll stop by Menglers Hill lookout for superb view of the Barossa Valley before heading back to Adelaide, arriving at approximately 5pm.
Meal(s) included: Lunch
Departure Days & Times: Glenelg at 7:15am and Adelaide from 7:30am every Monday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday all year
Tour returns at 5:30pm approximately.
Open dated bookings:
Please note that if you have purchased an open dated ticket you must call to reconfirm your departure date at least 14 days prior to secure your booking for your desired date.