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South Australian wine tours – two in two days

Barossa Valley tours for Asian people
Hong Kong guests enjoying lunch at our own small winery
Queensland friends enjoying their college reunion
Its always fun with Be consumed tours
Enjoying a classy white wine en-route in the Barossa Valley
Our tours are the longest and most comprehensive. And we go to the Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale regions.

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

Japanese medical professionals loved the Barossa Valley tour

Tokyo a long way back home barossa valley tourSome visiting Japanese medical professionals loved the Barossa Valley tour for internationals this week. They were awestruck with the beauty of the Barossa. Kangaroos of Barossa barossa valley tourThe kangaroos of the Sandy Creek conservation park were still sleepy on this cool, foggy and misty morning, as it made way for a sunny afternoon. The day started with a cruise of the amazing Whispering Wall, Lyndoch’s Chateau Yaldara and some photos and  fun in the giant hollow gums of Bethany Reserve, between tastings at McGuigan Wines,  Kellermeister and Rockfords. The amazing Whispering Wall barossa valley tourA coffee was enjoyed at the Jacobs Creek Visitors Centre, after our on-board local produce and antipasto platter.  Then an open fire welcomed us at Yalumba, barossa valley tour Hollowed trees of Bethanybarossa valley tour Fireplaces of barossawhilst tasting some their rarely on-taste wines, took them into lunch at Roenfeldt Hill, where Wayne cooked up his favourite dishes.  A drum fire kept them warm whilst overlooking the  Barossa from his barrel shed. Delightful Yalumba Barossa valley tour They could have just whiled away the rest of the day there, but he had other plans. A further tasting at the delightful, new cellar door of Kalleske Wines at Greenock wrapped up the afternoon but not before he taken them on a twilight walk-around of the iconic Seppeltsfield.  A nap on the way home was always on the agenda, as the luxury Toyota cruised back to Adelaide via the Max Fatchen Expressway.gourmet lunch at roenfeldt Hill barossa valley tour “We had such a wonderful day on this Barossa Valley tour, never before having experienced such beautiful scenery. And the combined lunch at Roenfeldt Hill, tasting of wines still fermenting in barrels, and Wayne’s winemaking processes illumination, was an experience we will recommend to all”