Barista, Brewer, Wine Cycle Tour

Guided Barossa Valley Cycle Tours

Join us on one of our popular Guided Cycle Tours …. the Barista, Brewer, Wine Cycle Tour (for groups of 2 to 10 participants) …. SEE BELOW for FULL DETAILS and ITINERARY

 

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Barista, Brewer, Wine Cycle Tour

When: 7 days per week
Departure Time: Arrive for a 10.00 am start
Tour Numbers: Minimum 2 through to 10 maximum
Location: Nuriootpa, South Australia
Terrain: Flat
Duration: 5 1/2 hours (approximately)
Difficulty Level: Easy

Inclusions:
Fresh roasted coffee, wine tastings at three cellar doors, bottled water, seasonal lunch (please advise of any special dietary requirements at time of booking), gourmet cake, a beverage at a craft beer taphouse and good company.

 

Itinerary

A 20 km guided wine cycle tour through the fertile terrain of the picturesque, northern end of the Barossa Valley.

Your tour begins with a short ride to a local artisan coffee roaster. Here, a shot of freshly ground beans will sharpen your senses and heighten your enthusiasm before riding to discover the historic village of Light Pass.

Your first wine tasting for the day is at a charming, highly acclaimed family owned vineyard and cellar door, known as one of the brightest stars of the “New Barossa”.

Further north, relax and enjoy your second wine tasting of flavoursome handcrafted wines, followed by a delicious, seasonal lunch and gourmet cake, hand made by local Barossan artisans, at a rustic, mud-rendered cellar door and home to an original German settlers’ cottage.

After lunch, you’ll ride through sections of privately owned vineyard, arriving at the historic single vineyard of an exceptional seventh generation Barossa winegrower.

The day doesn’t end there.

From this vineyard, you’ll ride on bike trails along the gentle curves of the majestic gum-lined North Para River to an all Australian craft beer taphouse, to end your tour with a cold cleansing brew, reflecting on the hidden treasures you’ve discovered.