Travel from Adelaide through the Adelaide Hills with a stop at the Whispering Wall, famous for its acoustic qualities.
Visit the beautiful and historic winery of Château Yaldara, one of the most photographed buildings in South Australia. Continue through some of the most picturesque scenery in the Barossa Valley crossing the world famous Jacobs Creek as you head toward the heart of the Barossa Valley, the beautiful and historic township of Tanunda. You will have time to stroll the main street and find a souvenir or a coffee.
Enjoy a platter lunch with internationally acclaimed wines at the beautiful Peter Lehmann winery. After lunch take a leisurely stroll to one of the most historic and beautiful wineries in the Barossa, Langmeil is home to the oldest known Shiraz vineyard in the world. Walk along this vineyard and into their rustic cellar door where you will sample their world famous Barossa wines.
Continue to Mengler’s Hill Lookout to take in the panoramic views before reaching the famous Seppeltsfield region and the Seppeltsfield winery.
Finish the day at Murray Street Vineyards one of the smaller wineries. Owner and chief winemaker Andrew Seppelt is a 6th generation Barossa wine maker and brings together all his family’s local knowledge with lessons he learnt while working in the famous wine regions of France and the U.S.A.
Tour Guideline Price:
AUD $129 / GBP £75
approx. 8 hours Activity Level:
Please note: All optional excursion descriptions represent a typical itinerary and will not necessarily operate exactly as outlined. Distant Journeys reserves the right to change the local operators at short notice if deemed necessary and appropriate.
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