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Proudly ranked #1
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for 8 consecutive years

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wine tasting at 3 wineries

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family-run business,
based here in SA

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FROM $169, WE OFFER GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY, WITH LUNCH INCLUDED

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Taste The Barossa Premium Tour Highlights

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the beautiful
& historic chateau yaldara

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Scenic Stops Throughout The Barossa

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Wine Tasting
Experience At Rosenvale Vineyards

Lunch &
TASTING EXPERIENCE
AT SALTRAM
WINES

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Tour Itinerary

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At Taste the Barossa we focus on QUALITY!! With exquisite cellar door experiences across three World Class Wineries, you’ll have the opportunity to taste around 25 wines, and enjoy a Chef prepared Barossa feast for lunch from the award-winning Salters Kitchen. Join us for a full day of Tantalising wine, sumptuous food and a sprinkling of Sightseeing.

Hop on the prettiest bus you’ll see in Adelaide and relax and enjoy expert commentary from one of our knowledgeable tour guides as you head off on your Barossa Valley Adventure and travel the scenic route through the beautiful Adelaide Hills as you enjoy some information and humour along the way.

Look out for Kangaroos, and Emu’s and marvel at the changing landscape as we approach the Barossa Valley and glimpse our first vines. Time to awaken your taste buds with our first tasting at one of the most photographed buildings in the Barossa, the stunning Chateau Yaldara. Immerse yourself in the grandeur of your surroundings as the host takes you through a beautiful, structured wine tasting. There’s time to explore the property, walk around the grounds, take photos by the fountain, and explore the hidden tunnels that lie beneath this spectacular Chateau.

Our next stop is the quaint country town of Tanunda, where you can amble along the high street, browse in the local shops, or grab yourself a coffee, take a seat and have a relaxing 20 mins of watching the world go by.

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Our next winery experience is the beautiful, heart-warming, and wholesome Saltrams. Let the hosts tantalise your palate as they showcase their favourite drops and share their knowledge with you on all things wine making in their rustic Cellar Door Barrel Hall. After the tasting it’s time for lunch, where you’ll enjoy an absolute Barossa feast with a selection of the finest Chef prepared hot and cold dishes, from the award-winning Salters Kitchen. There’s no rushing your meal, with ample time to enjoy some good company, get to know your fellow travellers.

We head now to Menglers Hill lookout for a view and a half! Check out the Valley, see where you’ve been and where you’re heading, as it’s now time to head to the 3rd winery and the most exclusive cellar door experience of your tour the stunning Rosenvale Winery. Opening only for Taste the Barossa guests, prepare to be WOW’d!!! The passion is palpable as Rosenvale’s hosts generously share with you the most spectacular wines you will surely ever taste. World Class is an understatement!

Finally, a picturesque drive through Seppeltsfield will round off your perfect Barossa adventure, with time to grab a photo of the iconic Date Palms and learn about their fascinating origin, and the iconic Seppeltsfield legacy.

Time now to sit back, listen to some quiet music and watch the scenery go by, or perhaps close your eyes for a quick nap, as we express back to Adelaide for approximately 5:30 PM and finish the perfect Barossa Adventure.

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About Us

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Taste the Barossa is a small family-owned company started by myself, Dallas Coull, and my wife, Nikki Coull. We met in 1997 while I was working in Greece and Nikki was on holiday from her home in Nottingham, England. We have three beautiful children, James (23), Georgia (21), and Tamsin (12). I have been involved in tourism in Australia for over 25 years, having previously founded Groovy Grape Getaways and am very proud to still see the Groovy buses travelling between Melbourne, Adelaide and Alice Springs today.

 

After spending six years in the UK with Nikki, we made the move to Australia in 2009 and started Taste the Barossa. I have a love for the Barossa Valley after spending a great deal of my youth there, with one of my first jobs being on a bottling line in a Barossa Valley Winery.

 

Over the last few years, we have assembled a fantastic little team that are as passionate about Adelaide and South Australia as I am. I know you will have one of the best Barossa Wine tours as you explore the stunning Adelaide wineries.

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Visit The Barossa Valley

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Our Team

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Each of our guides has been personally selected and trained to ensure the information and knowledge of our beautiful State is shared throughout each tour. South Australian heritage is strong with Taste the Barossa and all of our guides are passionate about sharing personal anecdotes as well as factual information about Adelaide, The Barossa Valley, and all of the surrounding regions we visit.

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🍷 Welcome to Weekly Winery Wednesdays! 🍇 This week, we’re close to home with Langmeil Winery! 🌟In 1842, Christian Auricht and his family fled persecution in Prussia and settled in the Barossa. They established a small trading village called Langmeil, planting their first vineyard in 1843. Today, Langmeil Winery stands as a testament to their perseverance and vision, with the Freedom Shiraz vineyard, planted in 1843, being one of the oldest known surviving Shiraz vineyards in the world.Langmeil was one of the original cornerstones of the Taste the Barossa day tour; we visited every day and brought over 50,000 people through the door. While Langmeil isn't a part of our standard day tour now, we still regularly visit the cellar door with private tour guests.Langmeil lets their wines do the talking. With complimentary tastings and a relaxed cellar door vibe, they have managed to preserve an authentic tasting experience. No tasting fees are required when pouring excellence—it's hard to leave without buying a case.If you are lucky enough to have James as your guide for the day, you can bet he'll take you to Langmeil! James worked during the 2021 and 2022 vintages and will never pass up an opportunity to share the wines he helped make.🌟 Enquire with Langmeil Winery or Taste the Barossa today to experience the excellence of Langmeil Winery. 🌟 ... See MoreSee Less
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🍷 Welcome to Weekly Winery Wednesdays! 🍇 This week, we’re diving into the story of Rosenvale Vineyards! 🌟A family-owned winery with seven generations of Barossa history, Rosenvale Vineyards is rooted in traditional farming, viticulture, and winemaking, led by one of the Barossa's Barons, James Rosenzweig.In 1849, the Rosenzweig family from Bomst, Prussia, decided to emigrate to Australia. After enduring several arduous months at sea aboard the ship Emmy, they arrived at Port Adelaide. They made their way to Hahndorf, found temporary accommodation, and soon purchased land. By 1858, they had relocated to the Barossa Valley, buying forty acres at Duck Ponds near Moculta.Fast forward to today, and you’ll find the family winery nestled alongside their beautiful Sémillon vines. Fast forward to tomorrow at 2:30pm, you’ll see guests enjoying a glass of Prinzessin crafted from those very vines.Rosenvale Vineyards utilizes diverse grape varieties, soil types, and vine training techniques to create a range of wine styles and flavors. By hand-selecting small batches of fruit and using minimal intervention, they showcase the unique qualities of their vineyard. The Barossa Valley's varied geology is carefully managed, resulting in distinctive wines. Run by three generations of the Rosenzweig family, Rosenvale emphasizes family connections, learning through experience, and passing down knowledge from one season to the next.With standout reds like the JR, Paul Oscar, and Seventh, you won’t want to miss them. Act quickly, though—these small-batch, big-flavor wines tend to disappear fast!Enquire with Rosenvale or Taste the Barossa today to experience the excellence of Rosenvale Vineyards. ... See MoreSee Less
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🍷 Welcome to Weekly Winery Wednesdays! 🍇 This week, we’re featuring Murray Street Vineyards🌟Founded in 2001 by Andrew Seppelt using 100% estate-grown fruit, Murray Street Vineyards has flourished over the past 23 years. Now, with Ben Perkins as head winemaker, the winery continues to produce exceptional wines that complement its tantalizing regional platters.Murray Street Vineyards offers a perfect spot to relax in a pristine cellar door nestled amongst the vineyards. With Outi, Laura, and Natasha providing tasting experiences, it couldn't be easier to enjoy your visit.If you want to experience Murray Street for yourself, enquire today. ... See MoreSee Less
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