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Barossa Valley, Barossa Valley

Wine Tour of the Barossa Valley

Wine Tour of the Barossa Valley, Australia

This is a personal tour with a knowledgeable guide who has a great enthusiasm for the local produce. Travel from Adelaide up through the beautiful Adelaide Hills to the heart of the Australian wine industry.

The day is tailored to your interests and can include visits to the small, independent wineries along with the international cellar doors. You also have the opportunity to sample some of the fine restaurants this unique heritage area has to offer.

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