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Minibus for Barossa Gourmet Weekend

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


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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

Barossa Valley tour experience for Marijke on her birthday

barrossa vaaley tour for marijke It was Marijke’s birthday. A great Barossa Valley tour was on the menu, with Be consumed tours. birthday banner barossa valley tour A local produce platter en route along with a tasting of Wayne’s Alinta rose. Then visits to … the Whispering Wall, the delightful Moorooroo Park vineyard cellar door (Jacob’s Creek Resort), a private tasting at Rockford Wines (thanks Joe), Jacob’s Creek Visitors centre, a visit to Maggie Beer’s farm, Roenfeldt Hill vineyard and a private tasting in the glorious Murray Street vineyards function hall at Greenock, with a long table gourmet lunch at the Roenfeldt Hill barrel shed. Drum fire roaring as the afternoon became misty. Group enjoyed the unique corkscrew vine presentation and vine to wine insights. This has to be the best wine region experience in Australia, truly delivering on the Be consumed promise of the Barossa. How good was that! marijke glassIMG_1735IMG_0381 compbarossa valley tour gourmet BBQ at Roenfeldt Hillbarossa valley tour gourmet food at roenfeldt hillbarossa valley tour chefIMG_1585 compmaggie beer on barossa valley tourmurray street on barossa valley tour IMG_1730be consumed baroissa valley tour in winter

Barossa Gourmet Weekend – outstanding packages

barossa_be_consumed_gourmet_weekendAugust 15th to 17th are dates to diarise. One of the best annual events played out in SA is the Barossa Gourmet weekend. See details and program by clicking on link 2014-Barossa-Gourmet-Weekend-Program-red

Complete response form below to request quotes – just for a minibus with driver for the day if you wish…or be part of our planned day which includes a gourmet meal and entertainment at our Roenfeldt Hill vineyard and party into the night on the Saturday.

ABRM/Be consumed. tours is offering  apackage for each of the two main days, Sat 16th and Sun 17th August for just  24 people for each of the days of the weekend, a private and unique Barossa Gourmet food, wine and entertainment experience.  Ideal for groups of up to 12 people x 2 vehicles each day. Group bookings only please.

Dave humbule busker0004DJ Myster-E at the barossa Gourmet weekend

Saturday 16th August Barossa Gourmet

  • Depart Adelaide address circa 9.00am
  • Choose from the list of participating wineries in program for a coffee and cake (or late breakfast) at 9.30am.
  • Move on to next winery when you wish for next gourmet food and wine option. You choose.
  • Move on to next winery for next gourmet food, wine and entertainment option. You choose.
  • Move on to next winery for sweets and coffee. Stay on for entertainment and dancing. You choose but recommended is Whistler Wines.
  • At 5pm we will adjourn  to our own Roenfeldt Hill vineyard for a fabulous gourmet food and award winning wine experience, with American blues busker Dave Humble, and DJ Myster -E who plays a range of great music to dance to, and requests. Bonfire.  Gourmet BBQ, sweets, tea/coffee and entertainment $enquire  including our own wines. Party into the evening until 10pm if you wish, before we take you back to your city nominated drop off point.

The all day return bus service cost is just $enquire for up to 12 people. No drink driving, no hassles – we are at your service for the day with our minibuses and drivers, then our unique vineyard barrel shed kitchen, and entertainment.

Bus licence? Sorry, no but will consider bring a bottle or two   of champers to enjoy en route with the local produce platter we provide.

We will be booking your selections with the venues, to avoid the disappointment of overcrowding that can occur.

Sunday 17th August Barossa Gourmet

Late morning start at 10.30am from your city or Gawler nominated address. As per above, you create your own program for the day, but at 1pm enjoy a set menu gourmet BBQ lunch and wines at Roenfeldt Hill. Bonfire. Move on at 2pm to another venue, recommended are Gibson Wines, Elderton, Pindarie and Whistler Wines.

Sorry, no evening party at Roenfeldt Hill, but our American blues busker will be playing through the lunch period and we have a great sound system for a dance if you wish.

We will leave the last venue at 5.15pm and be back at your city destination in about 1 hour, latest 6.30pm.

Bus licence? Sorry, no but will consider bring a bottle or two   of champers to enjoy en route with the local produce platter we provide.

Cost for the 12 seat minibus for the part day, return, is $enquire and the cost for the gourmet lunch at Roenfeldt Hill is $enquire including our own award winning wines.  Your day in the Barossa could end up costing less than $120pp including transport!


Long table of the Roenfeldt Hill barrel shed


OR, do your own thing all day, both days. Enquire about a 12 seat or 24 seat minibus to charter.









DSCF0123 compSat 23rd March.  It was going to be a long wait for these Sydney girls to see their Rolling stones heroes.  But they and a tourism operator have been hurriedly exited from the new Adelaide Oval by a burley security officer.  The three, one a tour leader from a local wine and sightseeing tourism business, had heard that the cancellation of the Rolling Stones concert was actually because of a mix up of dates with U2 by the promoters. Another rumour was that the venue was still unfinished and unable to cope with the 50,000 honky tonk music fans.

After visiting some of the start me up bars prevalent in the festival city, they wanted to see the venue, and whilst looking over the massive structures from the nearby Montefiore Hill, they were intrigued by loud U2 music coming from the western stands. A long walk to the southern entrance would take them past a little red rooster, some massive Morton Bay figs, but not a Joshua tree. Of course there would be no Mick, but a glimpse of Bono would have made their day, so the inquisitive three entered through a small open gate to the grounds on what supposed to be the eve of the largest gig for the Rolling Stones in the southern hemisphere. It soon became apparent to them that they were not supposed to see what was going on inside….nothing! Not even a tradesman painting it black, when there seemed to be so much still to be done. An angry security officer patrolling the vacant stands, rushed to usher them out of the grounds, obviously embarrassed that the gate had been left open.

“Its only rock and roll, but we like it. We have travelled from Sydney to this event, and could get no satisfaction or emotional rescue” the girls said. “But we will be back in October if it is rescheduled for then. We are really looking forward to that, and time is on our side” they added. “And we will be doing another fantastic tour of the Barossa with Be consumed. tours. Enjoying the top South Australian wine regions with a real winemaker is a fantastic experience”