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A new Barossa epicurean experience
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Barossa Epicurean Tours are offering visitors a day of gastronomic Barossa food and wine indulgences, with their new Barossa Epicurean Experience tour.
Led by friendly, knowledgeable and informative hosts, visitors will be able to blend their own wine on Penfold’s ‘Make Your Own Blend’ Tour, take in the stunning views from Mengler Hill Lookout, and enjoy a regional cheese platter showcasing award-winning produce from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company.
The tour also includes a visit to Angas Park Fruits, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, a three-course lunch at Kaesler Restaurant, and award-winning winery experiences, including Peter Lehmann Wines, Kaesler and Two-Hand Wines.
This private tour catering for two to six guests allows visitors the chance to discover a wide variety of ‘Barossan’ experiences.
Tracy Teichert, proprietor of Barossa Epicurean Tours, believes this interactive and fun tour is a great way to discover Australia’s most famous wine region.
“The Barossa Epicurean Experience Tour is designed for visitors to experience the Barossa’s freshest regional produce and award-winning wines. It is a day that food and wine lovers will thoroughly enjoy, as it allows visitors enough time to relax and really embrace the generous Barossa hospitality.”
Barossa Epicurean Experience Tours depart daily from all accommodation properties in the Barossa and Adelaide. 24-hour notice is required for all bookings.