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Private Barossa Valley Winery Tour by Classic 1962 Daimler from the Barossa Valley

  • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver
  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
  • All-inclusive tour
Private Barossa Valley Winery Tour by Classic 1962 Daimler from the Barossa Valley
From US$ 238.24
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Private Tour for 2 PeopleMost Popular
Private 1962 Daimler Tour through the Barossa for a group of 2 people including tailored wine tastings, 2 course lunch with wine, afternoon tea at Maggie Beers Farm Shop. 10am until 5pm.
US$ 311.54
Private Tour for 3 to 8 People
Private 1962 Daimler Tour through the Barossa for a group of 3 to 8 people, including tailored wine tastings, 2 course lunch with wine, afternoon tea at Maggie Beers Farm Shop. 10am to 5pm.
US$ 238.24

Experience touring the famous Barossa Valley wine region in a classic and luxurious 1962 Daimler from a bygone era.  Your tour offers an indulgent 7-hour excursion with entertaining wine guide John Baldwin, and guarantees you’ll receive special VIP treatment and premium wine tastings at all wineries. Your personally tailored tour can include visiting established icons such as Penfolds, Jacobs Creek and Seppeltsfield or be introduced to the smaller family owned boutique wineries. Tours are non-sharing and include extensive commentary on the history, terroir, and culture of this picturesque region, plus a fine 2-course lunch and afternoon tea. Tours can also include local food producers and cheese-makers, boutique brewers or town walks. The Daimler is air conditioned, can seat up to 8 guests and was used for tours by the Royal Family in the sixties. Pickup and drop off to Barossa accommodation (included) and Adelaide Pickups (at added cost) is available. 

What to Expect

Enjoy a tailored, private wine tour of the Barossa Valley in a classic and rare 1962 Daimler which can seat up to eight passengers when required.

All tours are conducted by respected Barossa local, John Baldwin, a very personable fellow with extensive wine knowledge and a great sense of humor.  He knows The Barossa intimately and loves to share his close relationships with the local wine-making fraternity, with all who tour with him.

Barossa Valley wine tours are designed to suit individual wine tastes with cellar door tastings tailored to include famous and iconic wineries such as Penfolds, Seppeltsfield and Yalumba, or the smaller family owned boutique gems that only a local would know of. Barossa icons such as Henschke, Torbreck and Charles Meltons can also be included, whatever makes for the best day.

A Barossa full day Daimler tour includes a sumptuous 2-course lunch at Vintners Restaurant, afternoon tea at Maggie Beers Farm Shop, plus all entrance fees and tailored wine tastings. Guests also enjoy detailed and passionate commentary on the history, culture, architecture, terroir and the art of wine making in this world famous region.

Meet the winemakers and local characters, indulge in cheese and local produce tastings, and be treated as a VIP at all wineries. Tours are exclusive to one party ensuring flexibility is at a premium.

With only 6 of these rare 1962 Daimlers brought to Australia for the royal tours of the sixties, this is a rare opportunity to tour in such a classic and historic vehicle.

Departing from the Barossa, the tour starts with collection at your accommodation at 10am, and you’ll be dropped back at 5pm. The Barossa Valley is approximately a one hour drive to the north of Adelaide.

No two tours are the same as everyone has differing wine likes and preferences. Special experiences can be added including one offering which is not available anywhere else in the world. The ‘Centenary Tour’ at Sepeltsfield Winery allows guests to tour the historic site, and taste the 100 year old Tawny and also the rare experience of drawing from the barrel of the guests birth year. This can be negotiated on the day of the tour and costs an extra $AU150-pp (payable direct).

Life memories are made when touring The Barossa in a classic 1962 Daimler, with John Baldwin.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Simply the best !!!

Where to begin?? After a lot of research and very carefully asking around this was the one to pick. Right from the start they were awesome, from calling through to ask a few questions and what to expect, right through to being picked up by...More

Thank Scotty G
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This

All past reviews about John and this tour are right on the money. What an amazing day. John was the ultimate guide and host. Knew all the local history and the local wines. Hard to pick a favourite part though trying 100 year old plus...More

Thank John M
Reviewed 19 June 2018
A prefect day

This is not your typical tour! John was an exceptional guide - we got to know more about the Barossa region, wine and history in general in one day than we ever expected! John accommodated every request we had and showed us a side of...More

Thank jadec411
Reviewed 31 May 2018

WOW, amazingly educational. It should be called Become a wine snob in a day tour. I never thought I would be able to be able to speak wine, but now I can.

Thank Katie K
Reviewed 22 April 2018
An Amazing Time in the Barossa

My family arranged for a weekend in the Barossa Valley to celebrate my birthday. Part of this involved the Barossa Valley Winery Tour in the Classic 1962 Daimler run by John. This was amazing!!! We could all (the seven of us!!) travel together in luxury...More

Thank RosPApril2018
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