David Hartog

PO Box 800 , North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Show map

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Experience the Wonder of South Australian Winery Tours

When looking for things to do in Adelaide, Wine tours offer an amazing journey through the surrounding regions to get a taste of world-famous vintages and learn more about the intriguing history of the local wineries. Sit back and take in the breathtaking countryside while you enjoy a Shiraz from McLaren Vale, a Riesling from the Clare Valley, a Cabernet Sauvignon from the Barossa Valley or a Chardonnay from the Adelaide Hills.

We are dedicated to sharing our passion with you

Things to Do in Adelaide! for Wine or Reason is recognised as one of South Australia’s leading prestigious Wine Tour Company’s. Our knowledge of South Australian Wine Regions will ensure you have an informative and entertaining Tour. We specialise in intimate winery tours for those who appreciate fine wine and good food. Every unique tour can be tailor-made to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards with main regional attractions. We are accredited with the South Australian Tourism Commission, associated with the National Wine Centre of Australia, and member of the CVA (Chauffeured Vehicles Association).

Personal and private wine tours near Adelaide to suit any taste

We know the area back to front and understand the strengths of each region. Our tours include both iconic and boutique wineries as well as local attractions and points of interest. When we first meet you, we will ask what interest you most and adapt a plan that is tailored to you. Explore exceptional new flavours, learn about the intricate process and revel in the stunning landscape.

Come to us for the experience of a lifetime!

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Things to Do In Adelaide! In the morning, you will be introduced to the city of Adelaide, surrounded by parklands with a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, cafés and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace - University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum, we then stop for a short break at National Wine Centre of Australia. You will have free time to explore the iconic building with the opportunity to purchase morning tea at the café or taste wine from the extensive Australian collection. Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo. Continue through to historic North Adelaide and visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral and the newly developed Adelaide Oval. Our next stop is Haigh's Chocolates for tastings at this iconic South Australian company.

Your afternoon tour commences with a scenic drive to Mount Lofty Summit (710 metres above sea level) is the highest point in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges. Take in the spectacular views of the city and the coastline - a perfect photo opportunity. We then arrive at Hahndorf for a snack or afternoon tea or for a taste of traditional German beer at Adelaide’s oldest German settlement. Spend the afternoon exploring the main street, and check out the local arts and crafts.

Adelaide’s Cultural Boulevard of North Terrace - University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum
The National Wine Centre
Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Gardens, Bicentennial Conservatory, Adelaide Zoo
Colonel Light's Lookout on Montefiore Hill, spectacular views over Adelaide
St Peter’s Cathedral, a landmark of Adelaide..
Newly developed Adelaide Oval, its historic and cultural presence remains today
River Torrens with its garden banks
Haigh's Chocolates (Haigh’s not available on Sunday & Public Holidays).
Mount Lofty Summit Lookout
German village of Hahndorf
Expert commentary by a local driver/guide

Morning pick-up and evening set down at selected Adelaide Hotels and Port Adelaide

Haigh's Chocolates factory tour & tastings does not operate on Sundays and SA Public Holidays therefore the itinerary will be changed on these dates.

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Things to Do from Adelaide! In the Adelaide Hills, you'll find South Australia's oldest wine region with more than 50 wineries continuing a tradition that started way back in 1845. Today, some of Australia's most elegant cool climate wines are produced in this region (sparkling and still wines). Mt Lofty Summit is the highest point which is 710 metres above sea level; the summit landing provides you with breathtaking views of the city’s landmarks and coastline. Hahndorf is Australia's oldest surviving German settlement, established in the 1840’s. Enjoy a break or take a stroll through the Village. There’s still a strong German flavour in Hahndorf, most evident in the smallgoods outlets and German bakeries that line the bustling main street. We then venture on and explore what the rest of the Adelaide Hills has to offer. For those who enjoy a quenching Ale, try a hand crafted beer from one of the Micro-Breweries in the region. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. *Due to our personal relationships with the wineries you will enjoy FREE wine tastings. Premium tastings not included.

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Things to Do from Adelaide! Barossa Valley is located 70 km northeast of Adelaide, travelling via the Adelaide Hills. Enjoy tasting cool climate wines from this Region. Hahndorf is Australia's oldest German settlement, established in the 1840s. Enjoy a break or take a stroll through the Village. In the Barossa, taste the full bodied wines from some of the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. Great wine goes hand in hand with great food, so make sure you leave enough time to sample some of the locally produced delights. Rich with European heritage Barossa Valley is just as revered the Bordeaux, Napa and Tuscany Wine Regions. For those who enjoy a quenching Ale, try a hand crafted beer from one of the Micro-Breweries in the region. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. Due to our personal relationships with the wineries you will enjoy FREE wine tastings. Premium tastings not included.

FUN...ENTERTAINING...EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!

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Things to Do In Adelaide! A Premium Wine Tour giving you a great opportunity to see what really goes on behind the doors of making great wine. The exceptional ChocoVino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery involves matching their boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolates - it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. At Penfolds’ you have the opportunity to become a “Master Winemaker for the Day” through the Make Your Own Blend experience especially designed for discerning wine-lovers or choose A Taste of Grange experience where you sample a selection of their world-acclaimed wines including their flagship wines - Grange. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. . In the Barossa, taste the full bodied wines from some of the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. Due to our personal relationships with the wineries you will enjoy FREE wine tastings. Premium tastings not included.


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Attractions

• Barossa Farmers Market
• Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
• Whispering Wall
• Menglers Hill Lookout
• The Herbig Tree
• Lyndoch Lavender Farm

Lunch can be arranged upon request, please advise of any dietary requirements.

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Things to Do In Adelaide! The Clare Valley is a hidden gem amongst the vines, a leisurely 2 hour drive from Adelaide; Clare is recognised as the Riesling “Capital” of Australia. It is Australia’s smallest and one of the leading viticulture regions. It is famed for its wine and pioneering heritage. Sevenhill cellars is the oldest Vineyard and was settled by Jesuit Priests in 1851, see Vignerons at work in 150 year old cellars. James Halliday, an Australian wine critic, says,” unlocking the secrets of the Clare Valley is a pastime opens to all who visit this most prestigious part of Australia”. For those who enjoy a quenching Ale, try a hand crafted beer from one of the Micro-Breweries in the region. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. Due to our personal relationships with the wineries you will enjoy FREE wine tastings. Premium tastings not included.

FUN...ENTERTAINING...EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!

Attractions

• Martindale Hall
• The Riesling Trail
• Mintaro Maze
• St Aloysius Church at Sevenhills

Lunch can be arranged upon request, please advise of any dietary requirements.

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Kangaroo Island or KI as the locals call it, is a pristine wilderness, a destination for all seasons, 'one of earth's last un-spoilt refuges', the Island has 540km of coastline, 155km in length and 55km width, at Seal Bay you can see Sea Lions frolicking in the surf or basking in the sun on white beaches, watch these creatures nurture there young, jostle and play, view Koalas in lofty eucalypt trees, try a Koala Walk (Koalas guaranteed) at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, view pelicans soaring over shimmering Lagoons or watch Little Penguins returning to their nest after a day of hunting for food on specially erected eco-platforms at Penneshaw. Kangaroo Island is Australia's newest wine producing regions with over 30 vineyards and 18 new labels; the wine is renowned for its strong varietals’ fruit flavors and intense colours. Andermel Marron farm, (fresh water lobster, an Island icon,). Andermel is also a winery and so a wine tasting is also included. Perhaps you would like to try some of the cuisine Kangaroo Island produces; native jams, smoked fish, sauces and marinades, honey from the pure strain of Ligurian bees, sheep cheese direct from the Island Pure Sheep Dairy, or feast on fresh King George Whiting straight out of the Ocean.

Transfers, entry into National Parks and Sealink fares are included in the price

Attractions

• Remarkable Rocks
• Admiral's Arch
• Pelican Feeding at Kingscote
• Seal Bay Conservation Park
• Australian sea lions
• Cape Willoughby
• Little penguin colonies
• Flinders Chase National Park
• Kelly Hill Conservation Park and Caves

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Things to Do In Adelaide! McLaren Vale, where the vines meet the sea. Only a 30 minute drive from Adelaide, this beautiful wine Mecca province has a Mediterranean climate and is arguably one of the premier Shiraz growing regions in the world. A tiny piece of paradise with two passions ‘food and wine’. Driving over the first row of hills, you will be met by a vista of undulating vineyards with the backdrop of the picturesque wave-like Mt Lofty Ranges rolling to the sea. For those of who enjoy a quenching Ale, try one of the hand crafted beers from one of the Micro-Breweries in the region. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. Due to our personal relationships with the wineries you will enjoy FREE wine tastings. Premium tastings not included.

FUN...ENTERTAINING...EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME!

Attractions

• Onkaparinga Gorge
• Willunga Farmers Market

Lunch can be arranged upon request, please advise of any dietary requirements.

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Tours cancelled less than 48 hours prior to departure are charged at the full rate of the Tour. Cancellations advised prior to the above deadlines will be charged a cancellation fee of 25% of the Tour price plus any non-refundable charges made by any other included travel service provider.

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Subject to Cancellation Conditions there will be no refund on any unused portion of the Tour.

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Tours are booked subject to availability and are offered all year round with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day;
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