Gourmet and Wine Tours in Australia for Couples

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Gourmet and Wine Tours in Australia for Couples

Australia’s vineyards provide couples with unforgettable gourmet experiences that combine wine tasting sessions with delicious food. From behind-the-scenes tours of wineries to elevated culinary events, you are sure to find something suitable.

Small Batch Wine Tours provides travelers with custom tours that include back vintage tastings in Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale for an intimate and personalized journey. Couples tours are also available through this tour company for couples to ensure an intimate journey.

Chooks Little Winery Tours

Chooks Little Winery Tours understand the wine country of Australia is full of adventure for visitors, from vineyards where grapes are grown and crushed to cellar doors where wine is served. Plus, 65 wine regions can easily be reached from major cities for planning an itinerary!

Bellwether Wines in McLaren Vale wine region provides guests with an opportunity to interact with winemakers while taking a vineyard tour at Bellwether Wines, named for the former sheep shearing shed it once resided in. Their wines include their unpretentious Ant Series wines and premium Cabernet Sauvignon blend, while their award-winning estate Chardonnay remains popular with wine critics and writers.

At d’Arenberg Winery and Vineyard, visitors can relax while sipping on wine paired with a delectable cheese platter in an informal environment. There’s even a bocce court and petanque pits onsite – not forgetting their Cabernet Sauvignon and Semillion/Sauvignon Blanc blends that are especially popular!

Chooks Little Winery Tours can make any event truly remarkable, be it romantic getaway, birthday or anniversary celebration or hens party. Their experienced team offers custom tours tailored specifically for small groups – providing answers over phone or email and making recommendations of things to do nearby.

Small Batch Wine Tours

Small Batch Wine Tours of Adelaide was created by Matthew Kurko, a WSET trained wine professional and passionate tour guide. After years of travelling the globe tasting wines and leading tours as an adventure traveller and tour-leader – tasting wines, hiking mountains, diving deep sea and exploring cities – Matthew has come home with an insatiable desire to share genuine and authentic experiences with his guests.

Small Batch Wine Tours provides premium tours to the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills wine regions for wine enthusiasts of any skill level. Owned and run by Matthew himself – who meets each winemaker and cellar door staff member personally to ensure quality tours.

On the Being Biodynamic Tour, you will visit family-owned wineries that focus on sustainable and organic vineyard practices that don’t introduce extra chemicals into their winemaking processes. Here, you will gain an understanding of what biodynamic wines mean and how it benefits local ecosystems as well as discovering why such wines tend to taste superior.

Visit Torbreck, Two Hands, Penfolds and Greenock Creek wineries on this personalised McLaren Vale wine tour. Your day will conclude around 5:30pm when we return you back to your accommodation with everything purchased at each winery.


For those seeking a more engaging wine experience, d’Arenberg cellar tours provide the perfect hands-on wine experience. Discover how they craft their wines through basket pressing reds and foot treading grape skins; this allows for even extraction of tannins and flavours and produces beautifully structured wines with distinct varietal characteristics – as seen with their Dead Arm Shiraz which has earned critical acclaim and ranks among Australia’s most hoarded bottles.

Visit during harvest time for an exciting up close and personal look at grape picking action, meet winemakers and gain more insight into this historic winery. Chester Osborn stands out with his strawberry blonde locks and outlandish outfits; you may recognize him from carrying around quirky props to explain each of his 55 wines like his top-of-the-line Shiraz “Dead Arm.”

At d’Arenberg, other highlights include its cubist building and cellar door. Each level has been thoughtfully created to be multi-sensory; here, visitors can experience virtual fermentation, 360-degree video rooms and more! There’s even an unconventional olfactory experience available – with vapours released into a “wine fog room.”

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