- Come on our silver tour which will give you the experience you want at the leisure of your own lunch. Or upgrade to our lunch package. The silver tour is great for tasting wines that you prefer and gives you some flexibility on the winery’s you want to see.
- South Australia has some of the best wineries in the world & there is no better way to experience them than on your own private tour with your own guide. Weather its with friends or a loved one a day out with wine tours SA will be an experience to remember.
- Gold tours have all the luxury of the best wineries and tasting South Australia has to offer with an amazing lunch included at one of south Australia’s best wineries. If it’s the Barossa you want or maybe McLarenvale or just a day in Hahndorf, Wine tours SA’s gold tours are here to give a everlasting experience.
Events | Corporate
- If you’re a business looking to spoil your employees or you just want to have a birthday party for a friend – Wine tours SA can help! We cater for any occasion from weddings to corporate functions or even a just a good day out, Call us to help plan for your party.
We invite you to get a taste of this land
- You can book a private tour and get private excursions of the best wineries in SA. We offer exclusive packages with our Adelaide private tours that can be customized on-demand. Whether it’s the chilly winter months or the sultry summer, you can visit the best vineyards in SA and experience an excellent range of wines.
Complete Vineyard Tour Experience with Us
- We are dedicated to providing our clients with the best wine tours. This also includes gold tours and private wine tours in Barossa, with experienced local guides, giving wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs the opportunity to taste and learn about the world-famous Barossa wines. Apart from our exclusive private wine tours in SA, you can also book an exciting and unique event tour.
Exploring Barossa with Wine Tours South Australia
Step back in time with Wine Tours SA transporting you to the world’s greatest wine region. With over 6 generations of families having worked on the Barossan land, dating right back to 1842, the world-class wine has been developed and perfected for almost 2 centuries! Come with us and taste South Australia’s finest wines for yourself that are famous across the globe. From the world’s best Riesling, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, to the most fortified shiraz, the Barossa has a wine suited to tickle everyone’s taste buds. We will take you on a heavenly stroll through the famous twining vineyards in the sunny valleys of South Australia. You can lose yourself in the fields of sweet-smelling grapes of over 150 of Barossa’s best wineries before being guided into the cellar doors of your choice for wine tasting.
Did you know that the famous Barossa doesn’t only make wine?!
Just because wine isn’t your ‘go-to drink’ on the menu, it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a nice cool alcoholic beverage of your choice at the Barossa!
You can almost taste the hops when you step inside South Australia’s own microbreweries such as Barossa Valley Brewing, Rehn Bier and Greenock Brewery, where you can try Australia’s very own craft beers on tap! And, if they’re not to your taste, then you’re bound to enjoy at least one of the other 60 cans of beer on the menu, brewed by the amazing Barossa.
If you are a gin lover, come and explore the Barossa’s own gin distillery! Discover The Stillery’s rustic tasting room hidden in Penfold’s old distillery, where you can enjoy sampling an array of exotic, hand-crafted spirits in a historic chamber. The Stillery also serves ice cold beer, premium cocktails and of course, the Barossa’s finest wine. There are also light nibbles on the menu for those that feel peckish and wish to sample the local produce.
The Whispering Wall
To wind down the day your final stop could include visiting the remarkable Whispering Wall that retains the Barossa Reservoir. The uniquely built wall drives tourist attraction because of its sound effects. Words whispered at one end of the dam wall can be clearly heard by someone listening on the other end of the 140 meter wall! It’s almost as if the wall is whispering. The atmosphere is calm and peaceful at the reservoir and a great place to end the day on a high. If you look closely around the reservoir you might be able to spot some kangaroos foraging for food under the trees in the distance before you watch the sun set over the Barossa on your way back to the city of Adelaide.