McLaren Vale is a renowned wine-producing region south of Adelaide, in South Australia.
visiting five wineries
McLaren Vale winery tours with a private chauffeur
wine tasting at penfold's magill estate
The idea to build the d’Arenberg Cube came to Chester Osborn in 2003.
Inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking, Chester created the idea of a cube-shaped building.
Each of the five levels have been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses, including features such as a wine sensory room, a virtual fermenter, a 360degree video room, and many other tactile experiences.
Visit Mclaren Vale wineries and book a McLaren Vale tour here.
Hugh Hamilton cellar door
Great vineyard views of the McLaren Vale
Start with the Hugh Hamilton cellar door 270 degree views of our vineyards before embarking on an exploration into our range of wines. Every element of the space has been designed to enhance your tasting and allow you to settle in and engage with the wines and the surroundings.
McLaren Vale tour from Adelaide.
McLaren Vale vineyards
here is the views from a cellar door
McLaren Vale is where the vines meet the the sea breeze, here you will see the sea in the back ground, the vines get a sea breeze in the hot summer days , cooling them down this is more a mediteranian climate. Tour McLaren Vale with Wine Valley Tours.
Serafino winery cellar door
Cellar Door has been created to showcase our wines we have on offer from the background story, to the passion that makes our wines. Relaxing on our Cellar Door deck is the perfect way to enjoy the beautiful weather.
Sit back and relax and order our gourmet platter, loaded with seasonal produce from our Region. McLaren Vale tours to the wineries are a full day tour. Bus groups to McLaren Vale are all welcome to book online or email Wine Valley Tours.
cellar door sales
McLaren Vale wine tours most wineries offer a delivery at an extremely low rate, we recommend you purchase a wine that is not available in your home town.
The beginnings of McLaren Vale
shiraz - grenache - Mataro - cabernet
John Reynell and Thomas Hardy planted grape vines in 1838 and the Seaview and Hardy wineries were in operation as early as 1850.
At that time, McLaren Vale wineries made heavy, dry table wines in the style required by the bulk wine merchants and exporters of the 19th century. By the turn of the 20th century there was a shift towards making fortified wines.
Between 1920 and 1930, exports trebled and finally, after World War II, local sales increased. In the 1950s, several McLaren Vale wineries began bottling small parcels of selected wines and established cellar door tastings and sales.
In the same period, many Italian migrants settled in McLaren Vale and introduced olive and olive oil production. More recently, the production of almonds, cheese, milk and cream have added to the rich food tapestry of our region.
It was not until the 1970s that table wine grew in popularity and within the same decade, over 25 new wineries were established in our region which specialised in the production of distinctive Shiraz, Cabernet and Grenache.
Today, McLaren Vale is host to more than 190 producers, including 80 cellar doors. Our region’s wines and their makers continue to receive awards and major trophies at the world’s most prestigious wine shows. Tour McLaren Vale.
For More details
The best way to book is via a contact email with any questions you may have, we can also add time to the tour at an hourly rate, you may like to continue wine tasting in the McLaren Vale wines.
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