Barossa Breakfast Wine Tour
Start the day with Breakfast in the Barossa Valley
Enjoy an early start and Breakfast in the Barossa as the Valley starts to awaken for the day ahead. Experience a part of the Barossa that no other day tour offers and see the dawning of a new day as the vineyards begin to see early morning activity and the sun slowly rises up over the majestic Barossa Ranges gently spreading warmth across the valley.
Journey through the Adelaide Hills to arrive in the Barossa whilst the sun rises over the ranges, enjoy breakfast at Vintage Chef café overlooking the Para River at Chateau Yaldara, wine taste and tour the wine cellar at Charles Cimicky Wines, enjoy an structured wine tasting at St Hallett Wines, view Bethany, the oldest German village in the Barossa, experience Barossa views from Mengler Hill lookout, visit Peter Lehmann Wines for a scrumptious platter style lunch showcasing regional produce from the Barossa, travel along the picturesque Seppeltsfield road and enjoy your final wine tasting and explore the attractions at Seppeltsfield.
$345 per guest
Adelaide hotel pickups from 7:00 am
Intimate, small group touring with no more than 10 guests, morning pickup and post tour drop off from selected Adelaide Hotels, cooked breakfast, 3 standard wine tastings, platter style lunch, informative commentary by a local driver/ guide, bottled water.
Northern Adelaide Hills (travel through)
Adelaide Plains (travel through)
Start your day being greeted by your friendly guide at your hotel or prearranged pickup location within Adelaide. Your guide will ensure that your experience with us will be relaxing and enjoyable and if you have any special requests on the day, please make sure to let them know.
As our guides are passionate locals, they are more than happy to give additional advice on other attractions or places to visit during your stay in Adelaide.
Vintage Chef @ Chateau Yaldara
Travel through the north eastern suburbs into the Adelaide Hills and continue north towards the Barossa Valley townships of Williamstown and Lyndoch to arrive at Chateau Yaldara, home to the popular Vintage Chef café.
Enjoy a fully cooked breakfast overlooking the grounds of the iconic Chateau on the banks of the Para River. The Chateau was founded by Herman Thumm in the 1940's after he migrated from Europe and established one of the first cellar doors, motels, reception centres and major tourist attractions in the Barossa.
Today 1847 wines are the proud owners of Chateau Yaldara as they continue Herman's vision with estate grown, hand-crafted wines, locally-produced artisan foods and a truly Barossa visitor experience.
Next arrive at Cimicky Wines, the hidden gem of the Barossa Valley. Cimicky produces premium wines reflecting the unique qualities of their vineyards and the Barossa.
Hidden among the vines and surrounded by lush gardens, the Cellar Door is a sight to behold. Built in the 1970s, Cimicky Wines is one of the 5 castles in the Barossa Valley and the panoramic views are breathtaking, making you feel as though you could be anywhere in the world.
Take time to enjoy a viewing of their underground barrel hall and enjoy a tasting of their wines which are a true expression of the terroir and made with traditional methods.
St Hallett Wines
Established in 1944, St Hallett Wines represents the very spirit and of winemaking in the Barossa Valley. For most of that time it was owned, or part owned, by one family, the pioneering Lindners, who arrived in the Barossa from Silesia in 1838.
Over the years, St Hallett has built up a deep understanding of the rich tapestry of vineyard sites and climates in the Barossa, and with this, an appreciation for and understanding of local growers and the finest vines and highest-quality parcels of fruit the Barossa can offer.
By tailoring fermentation and maturation to each parcel, the St Hallett winemaking team reveal the rich textures, depth and diversity of Barossa wine, as it should be.
Today get the opportunity to taste some of the award winning wines produced by St Hallett.
Mengler Hill Lookout
Next head to the Barossa Ranges, gaining some elevation to arrive at the regions Mengler Hill Lookout. Here you will take in the uninterrupted views across the Barossa Valley.
Your guide will take this opportunity to point out different landmarks and explain the development of the Barossa over the generations. Make sure to get a photo with this scenic backdrop.
Peter Lehmann Wines
A fifth generation Barossan, Peter Lehmann first established the Barossa winery that bears his name in 1979. It was a brave decision made to support the local grape grower families whom were facing great financial hardship during a difficult time in the region.
Today, Peter Lehmann Wines is renowned as one of Australia’s most highly regarded wineries and the wines are a celebration of the Barossa community and their longstanding relationships with grape-growers across the region.
Peter Lehmann Wines offers a range of premium wines that express the unique and distinctive characteristics of the Barossa. Enjoy the opportunity to experience a wine taste of some of the portfolio on offer in the 1880's built Hoffman Winery, now home to the Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door. Also partake in the flavours of the region with the iconic "weighbridge" platter style lunch showcasing local produce from the region.
One of Australia's iconic wineries, Seppeltsfield was founded by Joseph Ernst Seppelt in 1851. Today the winery is known for the Seppeltsfield Para 100-year-old Tawny with the original 500 litre barrel being first cellared in 1878.
The estate is home to the Jam Factory studio and gallery which consists of artisans and makers producing hats, leather goods, hand-made jewellery, ceramics and knives just to name a few and Vasse Virgin where you can experience the wonders of olive oil and its therapeutic benefits.
Enjoy time at Seppeltsfield to taste some of their wines and explore the different offerings throughout the estate.
Travel back to Adelaide
On departing the Barossa Valley, you will experience the picturesque Seppeltsfield Terraced Vineyard prior to travelling past the township of Gawler and through the Adelaide Plains to arrive in Adelaide by 5.15 pm.
Barossa Breakfast Wine Tour
What to Bring
Comfortable walking shoes
warm/ wet weather clothing through the cooler months of the year.
Your spirit of wine tasting adventure
Tour Bits & Tips
The Adelaide Plains located half way between Adelaide and the Barossa Valley is another recognised wine growing region that not many people have heard about. It is quite small with only 640 plus hectares of vineyards and only a handful of cellar doors. These wine regions seem to pop up everywhere in South Australia!
The Apex Bakery in the township of Tanunda continue to bake products the same way as when they started in 1924, with great Barossa passion and know how. In keeping with their mission of preserving the true Barossa style of baking, the fourth generation of the Fechner family continue to light up the wood fired oven to bake their delicious products daily.....How's that for old school traditions! Yum!!
Tour reviews from some of our guests
Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality and Value
We were both new to wine tours in Adelaide but still had our fair share of wine in the past. I cannot recommend this tour enough for the knowledge of the guides and the outstanding service provided.
We were fortunate enough to have an all day tour with our own private guide and we both agreed that this wine tour was our favourite part of our holiday.
If you want a knowledgeable tour with some of the best wine Australia has to offer then I can highly recommend Beyond The Vine Wine Tours ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ we will be back!
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