Welcome to our website. We are the Be consumed wine tours people and we want you to experience our part of the world. We are sooo passionate about what we do, Barossa Valley tours and more….yes we go to all of our wine regions, including the Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills
How good was that! …our motto and what we strive to hear. We gain five star reviews from people world wide.
Our unique private tours for 2 to 12 people are hosted by a local, award winning vigneron/winemaker.
Pickup can be from Adelaide hotels, Barossa and other regional accommodation points, the Adelaide Airport, rail terminal or Outer Harbour
We offer the longest and most comprehensive tour of the industry, or you can create an itinerary with us to suit your needs. You can even include our own small winery, when in the Barossa. And you can enjoy lunch or dinner with us too.
'The best wines are the one's we drink with friends'
For my birthday this year i decided i wanted to do something that i love with some of my favourite people. So i arranged for a tour bus to take us on an amazing wine tour in McLaren Vale. Our tour guide Wayne organised our itinerary and took us to some of the most beautiful wineries.
First stop was at 10am at Hugo wines. Next we stopped on the side of the road for more wine tastings (supplied by Wayne from his own winery) and a complimentary cheeseboard. Then we ventured off to Penny's Hill Wines for another tasting. The next stop was Agostino Wines where we devoured a beautiful grazing table platter, wood fire pizza and more wine tastings. Then we headed to the most beautiful winnery in Kuitpo Forrest for more wine tastings at K1 wines. At 5pm we arrived at our final stop at Swell brewery for something different. What was great about this tour was i had never been to any of these places so every place we stopped at was a nice surprise. I had the most amazing time and for most of the day we had beautiful weather. Everyone was well behaved and made it through the day. Thankyou to all my guests for sharing the experience with me. But most of all thankyou wayne_elson beconsumedtours for driving and arranging the best day.
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When you get a surprise vineyard visit from people you met on a Whitsundays holiday.
Delightful New Zealand and Canadian folks Andrea and Patrick, driving their mobile holiday home, called by today.
A wonderful group of young Adelaide people, celebrated Kate's birthday with a Barossa Valley tour, then a 3 course lunch at our Roenfeldt Hill vineyard.
With few interstate and overseas visitors presently, it was great for my soul.
Many thanks to Chateau Yaldara, Redart Rojomoma, Whistler Wines and Greenock Brewers for wine tastings and warm hospitality.
A wonderful group of repeat custom guests for a Barossa tour today. A roadside stopover to enjoy our cheeseboard, near historic Lindsay Park, Angaston.
Looking like a spaceman again, or perhaps well prepared for Corona?
Spraying undervine weeds today while there is some broken cloud, no wind ....and it's a touch warmer than the past week.
Never a dull moment.
We are back!
South Australia has no active corona cases, and for several weeks, no new cases.
The SA Govt has exempted wine tour vehicles from social distancing regulations. Many winery cellars have reopened. And from July 20th, state border controls will be lifted, making it no longer necessary for interstate guests to self isolate for 14 days.
Many thanks to the Professional Wine Tour Association SA for the great work done for our industry.
We are back!
My first Barossa tour for over 3 months, and it's a perfect day! The birds are chirping and the creeks are running.
Chateau Yaldara always pleases....great wines and wonderful staff.
I find gardening very therapeutic. My big vineyard garden means year round hard work, but my modest garden at home helps keep me sane.
Today I planted 100 flowers in preparation for spring bloom. Then I planted a variety of vegetables in a plot of really nice soil I had been preparing for months. The recent fabulous rain, combined with the still warm soil of autumn, will ensure all get off to a great start.
Broccoli, garden peas, silver beet, carrots, garlic, and red beet/beetroot.
I can't wait to make a red beet and shiraz relish.. another addition to treats for our tour guests lunches!