This is a must watch. Barossa Valley tours – Glen comments and then Luke serenades with a Louis Armstrong favourite
For the very best wine regions of South Australia tours – always fun. Your host is a winemaker. Scenery, food, wine, culture.
Quite often we are asked by a guest group, to do Barossa Valley tour and then the following day, a McLaren Vale tour, or a Clare Valley tour. Yes, you can do two South Australian wine tours with two different regions in two days. All of the extra regions are in easy driving distance and time from both Adelaide and Barossa Valley accommodation. This is especially popular for our international guests who wish to see as much as possible in a short time. Each day is customised, with you having input to the itinerary for each day. No other tour operators give you such flexibility and ease of doing business. And your host for the day is a real winemaker and grape grower. Your time with us is packed full of local information, history and winemaking insights. See our Trip Advisor reviews at http://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Attraction_Review-g495029-d6415910-Reviews-Be_Consumed_Tours-Nuriootpa_Barossa_Valley_South_Australia.html
Pasted some clips together of what people are saying about the Barossa Valley and our tours
The Adelaide Hills boasts a host of attractions, with an ever growing number of small wineries with cellar doors to visit. One of the great things to do in South Australia, is an Adelaide Hills winery tour
Hahndorf is an old German town, settled in the 1840s by Silesian (Eastern Germany) immigrants, and is one of the most visited places of our state, with its beautiful scenery, old German establishments, and the great German style food at the hotels and cafes. Then there are many other towns, wineries/attractions and hidden valleys to explore… places like the Mount Lofty Summit, Cleland National Park, The Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens, Balhannah, Oakbank, Lobethal, Woodside, Kersbrook, and people love to visit the famous Beerenberg Jam Factory and see the world’s largest rocking horse at Gumeracha.
Looking for a minibus to get you and your friends group to the GTM at Oakbank? The 2015 event features the Hilltop Hoods, Broods (NZ) and Sticky Fingers all share an adventure of a regional kind with the likes of Flight Facilities, Peaches (CAN), DMA’s, Charli XCX (UK) and many more. This is where old friends unite and a place to make new friends.. Its a kaleidoscopic retreat where you can uplug and do your thing.
Its nearly winter, so bring your warmest togs, but you will feel warmly welcomed as you take in the new and familiar sounds at Groovin the Moo
Yes its on again! 15th to 17th May 2015 the Clare Valley is putting on its annual gourmet weekend. Be quick to secure your minibus transport!
The Clare Gourmet weekend is one looked forward to by thousands of food and wine lovers. Have your group travel in style with us. Our late model Toyota with cloth reclining seats, air conditioning, fully carpeted and with a great sound system- bring your own music on ipod if you wish.
Pickup can be from anywhere in the Adelaide, Gawler or Barossa region, as early as you like, and you can even choose to have your after-party as a private gourmet dinner in our Roenfeldt Hill winery barrel shed in the Barossa Valley, on the way home.
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Looking for a minibus provider to take your group to the Clare Race meetings? The Clare races are held on the picturesque Clare racecourse several times each year.
We can take up to 13 people of your group, and you will travel in style in our late model, fully carpeted vehicle with a great sound system. And we can tow our trailer to take your BBQs and supplies for the day.
For the very best Barossa Valley tours, or a combined Hahndorf and Barossa Valley tour, one that follows an itinerary that you help to build, contact us. We want you to go home saying “How good was that!”
We are unique in that your host is a local vigneron/winemaker, and you get to have lunch or dinner in his vineyard. He loves to cook as well!
Wayne’s expertise, passion and industry knowledge is eagerly shared, so you get to a true Barossa Valley experience, even learning how wine is made, whilst dining alongside his winemaking equipment, barrels and packaged stock.
You get to choose the stopovers from a long list of wineries and other attractions. Just ask him to email the list to you. He can also send you a typical itinerary, or one with his recommended stopovers, once you have provided him with your preferences. You can include Maggie Beer’s Farm, and even ride on a Segway through the vineyards of Seppeltsfield. Enjoy a tasting with Grange Hermitage at Penfolds, and taste your birth year wine, direct from the barrel at historic Seppeltsfield. Every tour is customised to our guest’s needs.
They are private, not public tours, for 2 to 12 people. You can ask to join an already booked day, but you must be prepared to run with the itinerary of the initiating group, and they must approve your joining them. In such cases the extra numbers help reduce the cost for all.
Your day will start at around 8am in the city, or 9am in the Barossa. And return can be at a mutually agreed time, often well into the evening – when guests want to see as much as possible in a day. Pickup and drop-off can be from your city accommodation, your home in Adelaide, or accommodation in the Barossa Valley.
Hahndorf and the Mount Lofty lookout are often places people visiting South Australia like to go to, and they can easily be incorporated into a day, with your Barossa Valley experience tour. And yes, we go to the Clare Valley and McLaren Vale too.
We even have access to an assistant host who speaks Mandarin
For our Australian guests, we provide a service to package up any sundry wines you may have purchased during your tour, and ship them by Australia Post to your home.
Check out our Facebook page too www.facebook.com/beconsumedtours and see the many reviews
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Have elderly people in your group, or infirm and in a wheelchair? We are very experienced at handling your needs.
Don’t drink and drive. Instead, get a group of your friends together (12 is ideal) and enjoy the Barossa Gourmet Weekend 15th and 16th August 2015
Pickup anywhere in metro area. Start as early as you want and finish when you want. Choose the stopovers you want from the program see http://barossagourmet.com/whats-on/ NOT SHOWN are the casual, free music events, combined with gourmet dishes at Gibson Wines, Kellermeister Wines and Gomersal Wines. Pindarie Wines is also a favourite, especially since the restoration of their old barn.
Experienced driver, great price. Low cost gourmet food at our Roenfeldt Hill vineyard 12-2pm Sat 16th