The Barossa Valley: Small Group Premium Wine Tour with Lunch
- Pickup available
- Duration: 8 hours
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Fantastic!!!! Ashleigh had an encyclopaedic memory of all the wineries plus Adelaide and places en route. As a freelance writer I wish I’d taken notes - next time definitely. The wineries were all very interesting with some great wines and lunch - best vegetarian lunch I’ve had really delish and we had plenty of time to enjoy same All round I had a wonderful trip and will definitely be booking a trip or two (or more) Hanforf is the first when it’s safe i,e. no wildfires around. Thank you very much Ashleigh and everyone for a marvellous birthday Can Highly recommend
Our initial Bums On Seat driver and guide was to be Paul. However, on the day, Peter arrived instead as Paul was somewhat otherwise engaged. There were 5 couples on this particular bus tour and it helped that we were all of the same age group. Peter was "an old hand" local who's family roots go back generations and so he was able to provide lots of tit bits of both interesting and entertaining information. We really enjoyed trhge experience and it was a great outing. We'd recommend this to everyone.
We would highly recommend this tour for people who like small groups, boutique wineries and who want a fun and educational day learning about the region, the wineries and the difference in wine varieties. We thoroughly enjoyed our day with Matt and came away lovers of red wine, relaxed and informed. The lunch stop was spot on and the wineries chosen perfect to our needs. Stay away from the big groups and the big wineries. This is the tour for you.
Fantastic tour of the wineries and Handorf. Paul (driver) was friendly and very knowledgeable. Really worth the money includes lunch too. Chocolate shop was nice too. Overall great experience. I’m so glad I went.
The guide, Nathan, was a delight. Informative, flexible, and full of recommendations! The wineries I visited were unique and delicious, and I was able to go ‘rogue’ and fit in a visit to a gin distillery.