Barossa Valley

Just an hour from Adelaide, the Barossa Valley draws on 160 years of winemaking heritage to showcase the best of South Australia’s food and wine culture. Big reds reign supreme here, especially the famous Barossa Valley Shiraz. But modern and experimental wine producers have also made a name for themselves with new grape varieties and styles. Besides its signature full-bodied shiraz, the Barossa Valley also produces other world class varieties including cabernet sauvignon, grenache, riesling and semillion.

As you drive through the Aussie rural scenery of the Barossa Valley, you may pick up on a distinctly German vibe to the region’s architecture. Like Hanhdorf in the Adelaide Hills, the Barossa Valley was settled by German Lutherans in the mid 19th century. Since they bought their vine clippings with them, the Barossa has more reasons to be grateful for their arrival than simply the quaint churches and German cuisine.

Best Barossa Valley Wine Tours from Adelaide

Home to 80 cellar doors, it would take a long holiday (and a strong liver) to taste all that’s on offer here. But a day trip to the region from Adelaide offers the chance to sample a broad range of the top drops the area is known for. If you want to swill, sip and sample some of the Barossa’s best vinos, without an argument over who is designated driver, a wine tour is the best way to explore what the region has on offer!

Travellers with a passion for the grape can’t go past our Barossa Valley wine tours from Adelaide. Each trip includes your transport from Adelaide, wine tastings at several Barossa Valley wineries and a delicious lunch. All you have to do is sit back and admire the beautiful countryside as you savour the tastes of the Barossa Valley!

For a comprehensive day discovering the best of the Barossa Valley, our 1 Day Wine & Food Lovers Barossa Valley tour is our top pick. Departing from Adelaide nice and early, we stop at the Whispering Wall and enjoy a stroll through the charming township of Tanunda. We’ll visit some well-known local wineries for tastings and tuck into a scrumptious platter of local cheeses, olives, meats and more. By the end of the tour, you will have tasted some of Australia’s best wines in the spectacular setting of the Barossa Valley and will return to Adelaide with a new appreciation for this amazing wine region. Bottoms up!

Barossa Valley Tours with Hahndorf

South Australia was popular with European settlers from Germany, and nowhere is this influence more obvious than in the enchanting town of Hahndorf. A group of Lutherans arrived to establish the village in 1838, and the town is now famous for its enchanting classic architecture and traditional crafts and food. Join our Barossa Valley and Hahndorf tour to experience the old-world charm of this beautiful town in the Adelaide Hills.

We start the trip in Adelaide and head straight for the impressive wine region of Barossa Valley, admiring the pleasant countryside as we pass by. We’ll stop for wine tastings at two local wineries, before enjoying a delightful two course winery lunch. In the afternoon, the tour heads for the hills to explore the leafy streets, artisan shops and galleries of Hahndorf. Relax with a coffee to soak up the atmosphere before the trip back to Adelaide.

Frequently Asked Questions

What wineries do we visit on the Barossa Valley Tours?

Our tours visit a mix of well-known and small boutique wineries on tour. The wineries we visit vary from tour and tour and may change on the day but some that we frequently visit include Jacobs Creek, Peter Lehmann, Chateau Yaldara, Langmeil and Kies.

Do you cater for dietary requirements for the lunch?

Where food is included, we can cater to most dietary requirements. Just make a note when you book online or let our reservations department know before you travel so we can make the necessary arrangements.

Do you offer private tours to the Barossa Valley?

It may be possible to arrange a private tour for a group to the Barossa Valley. Email our private tours team at with your travel plans to arrange a quote.