Adelaide Wine Tours

Greater Adelaide has the most wine regions to tour of any town so Adelaide has the greatest selection of wine tours. If staying in Adelaide, fun tours of the Adelaide Hills, Barossa, Mclaren Vale, Clare Valley and their iconic wineries are all within reach. The majority of Adelaide Wine Tours include hotel pickup/drop-off and there are also self-drive Adelaide wine tour options too. As wine touring goes, Adelaide wine tours have the most creative and best ranging in Australia, you can ride a mountain bike through the vines with a wine tour of Mclaren Vale, travel on the famous Adelaide wine train or take a deluxe Adelaide wine tour in a fancy car. Saturday's have the most Adelaide wine tours (including a champagne and shopping Adelaide wine tour) but Adelaide wine tours run every day of the week to suit your wine holiday. Browse the full list of Adelaide wine tours below then book your Adelaide wine tour with instant confirmation to lock in your wine tour fun!

Barossa Valley Tour (Mon & Thurs)
from $99

Barossa Valley Tour (Mon & Thurs)Hahndorf, SA

Known around the world for its exceptional wines, the Barossa Valley has far more to offer than a great drop of red. The rich earth in the region provides the perfect environment for artisan foods and award-winning

1 Hour Sunrise Balloon Flight
from $300

1 Hour Sunrise Balloon FlightTanunda, SA

After a safety briefing, watch the sunrise from the balloon followed by a gourmet breakfast and a wine tasting. Could there be a better way to start your day in Adelaide?Includes…Group trip from Base to Launch

Wine and Pastry Treats

Wine and Pastry TreatsStirling, SA

Stirling Cellars and Patisserie is a hidden gem next to the Stirling Foodland is a favourite of food and wine lovers alike. One the left as you walk in you're greeted by a well stocked cellar housing some beautiful

Northern Barossa Valley Wine Tour
from $185

Northern Barossa Valley Wine TourTanunda, SA

This world renowned wine region is a must see for wine lovers visiting Adelaide.Full of history, this region is home to over 80 Cellar Doors.  Visit one of the oldest vineyards in theworld, with Shiraz vines planted