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Insight – Flavours of Adelaide and the Barossa Valley

Insight – Flavours of Adelaide and the Barossa Valley

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Adelaide to Adelaide


Discover the hidden gems of South Australia in style as you enjoy food and wine experiences designed especially for you. Meet local producers as you journey effortlessly through all three of the renowned wine regions. Enjoy a cooking demonstration at the Farm Shop of national treasure Maggie Beer, fill your esky with locally sourced seasonal produce and enjoy a roaming, progressive four-course dinner at the iconic Adelaide Central Markets. As well as celebrating good food and wine with new found friends, you will also be giving back to regions that were devastated by the recent bushfires.


This trip is part of Insight Vacations’ Local Escapes, a selection of local journeys that feature a max of 22 guests, staggered seating on the coach and the potential to have a double seat if travelling solo. Insight Vacations has new measures in place to allow for comfortable physical distancing all while guests explore close to home.

Insight Experiences

Enjoy a culinary journey at the Central Market in Adelaide with your guided four-course progressive dinner, with a glass of wine or refreshing gin. Established in 1869, the market became the prime location for a wide range of multicultural cuisine and fresh produce.


Start your day with a visit to national treasure, Maggie Beer’s Farm and take part in a private cooking demonstration in the very studio where ‘The Cook and the Chef’ was filmed.


D’Arenberg Estate:
Enjoy a specially prepared three-course lunch in this spectacular and iconic architectural wonder. The opportunity to dine at the estate is truly a rare and special one. The cube-shaped building consists of five levels, all carefully designed to entice and excite the senses. It includes features such as a wine sensory room, a virtual fermenter, a 360degree video room, and many other tactile experiences.


Highlight Lunch:
Come together with your fellow travellers and indulge in a Celebration Lunch, toasting your adventures taken and memories made.


Seppeltsfield Estate:
Visit one of Australia’s oldest wineries, founded in 1851 by Joseph Ernst Seppelt, well known for its signature wine, the 100-year-old Para Tawny. Upon arrival take a private tour with a Local Expert and discover a vibrant Barossa community of wine, food, art and beauty.


Effortlessly explore the city in a zero-emission eco-caddy with your Local Expert.

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  • Departure Date
    17 - 21 September 2021, 28 January - 1 February 2022, 25 February - 1 March 2022
  • Included
    Escorted Touring
    Personal Guide
    Private Transfers
    Some Beverages Included
    Some Meals Included
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Airport Transfer
    Airport Transfers
    All Beverages
    All Meals Included
    Bottle of Wine
    Car Hire
    Complimentary WiFi
    Expert Tour Guide
    Flights Included
    Fully Equipped Gym
    Gallery Ticket
    Guided Activities
    Non-alcoholic beverages
    Spa Treatment
    Tipping & Gratuities
    Welcome Drink

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    Tour Plan


    Day 1 - Welcome to Adelaide

    Your Insight Vacations driver meets you at Adelaide Airport and transfers you to your hotel. Meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Welcome Reception at the rooftop bar to start your epic food and wine adventure. Adelaide, known for its progressive atmosphere, grew to be one of the most liveable places in the world and is hailed for its excellent gastronomical offerings. Effortlessly explore the city in a zero-emission eco-caddy with your Local Expert. Continue with a foodie journey at the Central Market and enjoy a guided four-course progressive dinner. Established in 1869, the market became the prime location for a wide range of multicultural cuisine and fresh produce and many of these stallholders’ families have been trading at the market for generations. Roam among the stalls and enjoy a selection of dishes and wine that showcase the spectacular local produce. Stay: Mayfair Hotel Included: Dinner  

    Day 2 - Relaxed Start - The Wines of the Barossa Valley

    Enjoy a Relaxed Start to further explore Adelaide before leaving the city and travelling inland to the nearby Barossa Valley, Australia’s oldest wine region. Early German settlers found the warm climate ideal for fruit growing, especially grapes. Bringing some overseas knowledge and after a great deal of trial and error, they succeeded in establishing a thriving viticulture. The first wineries were founded at this time and many of these are still in operation today, such as the local institution of Seppeltsfield Estate. Take a private village tour with a Local Expert and experience an award-winning mix of wine, food, craft and design. Tonight, indulge in a mouth-watering dining experience at Seppeltsfield, which proudly showcases its use of locally sourced produce, with thoughtfully paired wines. Stay: Novotel Barossa Valley Resort Included: Breakfast, Dinner with Wine

    Day 3 - From the Valley to the Hills

    Start your day with an exclusive visit to national treasure, Maggie Beer’s Farm and take part in a private cooking demonstration in the very studio where ‘The Cook and the Chef’ was filmed. There is time to taste and buy their products in the farm shop or just relax on their terrace overlooking the adjoining lake. Your next stop is at the stunning St Hugo Restaurant, where you will continue your epicurean experience with a Barossa-style, long-table dining experience. Make Travel Matter as you have the opportunity to support bushfire recovery by visiting local producers renowned for their unique flavours. Meet the locals, hear their stories and sample the finest produce the region has to offer. In collaboration with the #EmptyEsky movement, fill your esky at the decadent Melba Chocolate Factory, neighbouring Woodside Cheese Wrights and Chesterfield Whisky Firm. Next, head to Barristers Block Winery, where you can sample delicious local wines or pick up a takeaway tasty charcuterie board that includes cured meats or salmon pate for a picnic this evening. This family run winery lost 100% of its vineyards in the recent bushfires. Fortunately, their cellar was saved, and guests are invited to support their recovery by filling their eskies with goodies. Your last Bushfire Recovery stop in the region is the Lobethal Bierhaus, where you can take advantage of tastings, or take home your favourites brews. Spend tonight in charming little Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement and then enjoy the evening at leisure. Stay: The Manna By Haus, Hahndorf Included: Breakfast, Lunch with Wine  

    Day 4 - Relaxed Start - Cheese and More Wine

    After a Relaxed Start, visit the country’s leading artisan cheesemakers at Udder Delights for a delicious tasting. What started off as an escape route for founders Estelle and Trevor Dunford to use up the leftover goat’s milk, turned into a lifestyle for their daughter Sheree and husband Saul by always seeking new ways of pushing their ideas forward, including the creation of Australia’s first raw milk blue cheese. Have your camera ready as you continue to the stunning McLaren Vale wine region and d’Arenberg Estate for a tasting in their iconic Cube building, representing the complexity of viticulture. Take the option to visit the Salvador Dali exhibition housed inside then proceed to the d’Arry Verandah Restaurant for your three-course lunch with views equally impressive to the food. With the aim to pass on a sustainable business to the next generation, sheep agistment, solar power, and natural disease control are a few ways d’Arenberg uphold their commitment to the environment. In the afternoon, sample wines at the Gemtree vineyard where locals Melissa and Mike have successfully implemented sustainability and biodynamics in their day-to-day practices reaching a full organic status in 2011. Later, return to Adelaide and spend the evening relaxing. Stay: Mayfair Hotel Included: Breakfast, Lunch with Wine

    Day 5 - Farewell Adelaide

    On your last day, explore Adelaide with Insight Choice, then join your fellow travellers for your Celebration Lunch and toast the end of your foodie journey. Take your complimentary transfer to Adelaide Airport for your onward journey. Included: Breakfast, Lunch with Wine Insight Choice: Join a Local Expert for a walking tour in the City of Churches and get to know the cultural heart of the North Terrace. OR Visit the Cleland Wildlife Park and see native animals in their natural habitat including koalas recovering after the Kangaroo Island bushfires.
    Prices are a guide only, subject to change and availability and are in Australian Dollars. From prices for accommodation packages are per person per package twin share, unless otherwise specified and based on the lowest room category for travel in low season. Prices for tours and transfers are per person, unless otherwise specified. View the full terms and conditions here.

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