Barossa Valley Private Tours
Do you want to explore the Barossa Valley at your own pace and determine what places you are going to visit? You have come to the right address – Des’s Minibus offer private tours to the Barossa Valley where you can do exactly that. Simply tell us where you wish to go and our friendly team of operators will be happy to assist with your itinerary, free of charge. This can be for a sightseeing tour, a food tour, op shopping tour, wine tour, distillery tour – the list is endless.
|7 seat bus||13 seat bus||21 seat bus||24 seat bus||33 seat bus|
|Up to 8-hour charter||From $470||From $560||From $710||From $720||From $1,000|
|9-hour charter||From $570||From $670||From $830||From $850||From $1,140|
|10-hour charter||From $620||From $730||From $900||From $920||From $1,230|
NB: All prices are tentative only and based on tours starting/ending in the Adelaide Metro area. No tasting fees, lunch or other costs are included. Prices can change without notice and differ depending on the actual date and time of travel or the starting/finishing point. For a precise quote please get in contact with us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or over the phone on 8440 1600.
Not sure what a classic wine tour could look like? Perhaps this sample itinerary will help you find some inspiration:
Depart Adelaide at 8:45am.
Kies Winery 10:00 – 10:45am
Visit Kies, a family operated winery in the South of the Barossa Valley with a personal touch. Enjoy the taste of their red wines, white wines, sweet and fortified wines, which you can only purchase from their cellar door. You can have a quick (or extended) morning tea at their adjacent Monkey Nut Café before continuing your tour.
Langmeil Winery 11:15am – 12:00pm
Your next stop could be at Langmeil Winery, another family operated venue. Be introduced to some of their great wines and learn more about the history and success story of this winery.
Maggie Beer’s Pheasant Farm 12:15 – 12:45pm
If you would like to visit Maggie Beer’s Farm, this is probably a good opportunity to do so. Work your way through the shop sampling some of their local produce or perhaps take some time for lunch at this peaceful place.
Tanunda for lunch 13:00 – 14:00
If you’re not into long lunches we can take you to Tanunda, where you can choose between cafés and pubs for a quick lunch, or decide to visit Tanunda Bakery, which is a very popular option for many of our groups.
Wolf Blass Visitor Centre 14:15 – 15:00
Your next stop could be Wolf Blass Visitor Centre, which is an innovative, long-standing part of the South Australian history of wine. Try some of their wines and attempt to decide which one is your favourite.
Z Wines 15:15 – 16:00
Founded over 160 years ago the wines of Z Wines are hand crafted in small batches, with bottles still being individually numbered. Try their wines and take some home – each bottle is unique.
On the way home you can relax and reminisce about the day, before we get back into town by approximately 5:00pm.