Barossa Daimlers Ultimate Tour
- Make Your Own Blend - Penfolds winemaking experience
- 100 year old Para Liqueur Tawny Tasting & Seppeltsfield Historic Tour including drawing from the barrel of your birth year
- VIP Torbreck premium wine tasting
- 2 course lunch with wine at Vintners Restaurant
- Afternoon tea at Maggie Beers Farm Shop
- Luxury touring in a classic 8 seat Daimler with guide, John Baldwin
- Minimum 2 persons - Maximum 12 persons
- Exclusive touring - no sharing with strangers
Cost $650-00 per person
Rates are in Australian Dollars, are GST inclusive and valid to 31st March 2017
Experience the ultimate in Barossa Valley Wine Touring in aclassic air-conditioned, 1962 Daimler previously used in royal tours of the sixties. Your award winning wine guide, John Baldwin, will personally guide you on a discovery of The Barossa's famous and iconic wineries, Penfolds, Seppeltsfield, and a Robert Parker favourite, Torbreck. John loves to share his local knowledge and close relationships with the Barossa winemakers and characters, with all who tour with him.
You will be picked up at your Barossa accommodation at 10am and you are off to Australia's most famous wine region - The Barossa. Learn of the history of this lively working rural environment, famous for its full bodied shiraz made from some of the oldest vines in the world. Vineyards abound - the stunning scenery and landscape is often compared to Tuscany - you be the judge!!
Put on your white lab coat, and enjoy the informative, fun and educational experience of blending you own rhone style red (grenache, shiraz & mouvedre) wine in the Penfolds wine making laboratory. You'll receive a 375ml bottle of your own personally blended Penfolds wine.
Next stop is Torbreck Wines described by Robert Parker as"...among the most exciting wines being made on planet Earth - that's how good this guy is". Experience a private tasting of super luxury premium Barossa wines at their famous Roennfeldt Road cellar door.
Enjoy a sumptuous 2 course lunch with wine at Vintners Restaurant and then you are off to experience the history and romance of Seppeltsfield, a cheap swiss watches living, national treasure dating back to 1851. Taste wines from the Paramount Range and then take the rare opportunity to draw and taste fortified wine from the barrel of your birth year. Your final indulgence is the unforgettable, 'once in a lifetime' liquid history experience of tasting the 100 year old Para Liqueur Tawny. Seppeltsfield is home of the world's only continuous collection of fortified wines dating back to 1878.
To top it all off, afternoon tea is at Maggie Beers Farm Shop, before you are dropped off to your Barossa accommodation at 5.30pm.
Adelaide collections at 9am and drop off at 6.30pm are available -at an extra cost of $250-00 (per car for the return transfer, on tour day) All Adelaide transfers are in a modern vehicle and on arrival in The Barossa, transfer to the Daimler for touring.
Barossa Daimler Tours operate personalised private wine tours of the Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale