Barossa Valley Supreme Tour
Highlights and Stops Maggie Beer Farmshop Considered one of Australia's most beloved cooks, Maggie Beer has now turned her attention to the Barossa Valley through the Beer Bros. label. Taste from a selection of six different wines that are exclusively available from the Farmshop, as well as her s...
Travel Dates: 1 April 2017 - 31 January 2018
An all-in-one destination for food and wine lovers
The Barossa contains some of the world's best wineries and sumptuous food. Just a 50 minute drive north east of Adelaide, the Barossa is an internationally-recognised wine producing region.
Expect to wander into one of the many cellar doors where you can often meet the wine-maker, family owners and proud locals working with the wine. It’s a region founded on passion, pride and the humble South Australian spirit. Generations of families have invested their passions to produce some of the most iconic and award-winning wines in the world. With more than 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries – from the boutique to the internationally renowned – you're bound to find a drop you like. You can even make your own at Penfolds and take a bottle home with you!
With great wine comes great food so make sure you leave enough time to sample all of the locally-produced delights the Barossa has to offer. The 10 kilometre-long Seppeltsfield Road is home to some of the Barossa’s most famous wineries and gourmet destinations including Hentley Farm.