McvLaren Vale Tour

McLaren Vale Tours - our most popular wine tour for the McLaren Vale

2020 tour itinerary
The Cube at d'Arenbergs winery McLaren Vale tour
The Cube in McLaren Vale set in the McLaren Vale vineyards with rows of vines , this cube structure is set on a mirror so it looks like it is floating in the air.

From entry level to iconic, all d’Arenberg wines have been basket pressed, reds and whites, with all red ferments foot trod during fermentation.

All d’Arenberg estate owned and leased vineyards are NASAA Certified for organic and biodynamic processes.

Wine tasting at Samuel's Gorge McLaren Vale

Samuel's Gorge is a mosaic of dreams, with a principal philosophy of people and  place.

​Samuel's Gorge was established by winemaker Justin McNamee in 2003.  Housed in an 1853 built farm shed, the winery and cellar door sits atop a ridge. Our winery overlooks the spectacular Onkaparinga River National Park to the North, and to the South, the ocean, McLaren Vale tours to Samuel's Gorge winery.

Serafino winery in the McLaren Vale for Lunch & Wine
McLaren Vale tours

Numerous awards have followed including the Trophy for Best Shiraz and Red Wine of the Year at the London International Wine Challenge in 1997 and earning the Trophy for the most consistent Shiraz at the London International Wine Challenge after winning Gold in its class for five consecutive years.

McLaren Vale wiue tours to Serafino cellar door.

Hugh Hamilton Winery McLaren Vale tour
Red wine glass with wine swirl to enhance the flavours of the wine

Here is the Hugh Hamilton ‘Black Sheep’ vineyard: a very diverse piece of land with a sizeable creek separating it into two Main sections. It is home to substantial plantings of Shiraz and Cabernet, each of which is divided into smaller sub-blocks according to the patchwork of soils on which they lie. McLaren Vale winery tours to Hugh Hamilton winery.

Oliver's Taranga winery in the McLaren Vale wine tour
Tasting wine and looking into the glass

Sample Oliver's Taranga great McLaren Wines, This boutique cellar door was built in the later 1830's and was one of the first wineries in the McLaren Vale wine tour.