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    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Introduction.. Vehicle.. South Australia Wineries.. Places of Interest.. Gallery.. Tour Region.. Book Now.. Links.. Contact Us.. WELCOME TO SOUTH AUSTRALIA.. As an accredited South Australian Tour Operator, for Wine or Reason is experienced in the wine and tourism industry and will see you discover a whole new world of wine and gourmet taste sensations.. Airport transfers available.. You will enjoy a luxury personalised wine tour for up to 5 guests.. This unique experience will see you wander through flourishing vineyards, scenic landscapes and historic towns.. Come and savour wines oozing with character along with local produce in our exquisite world renowned wine regions.. PERSONALISED TOUR INTINERARIES.. As the owner operator, your pallet will be tested and educated with our personalised wine tours.. At  ...   have a memorable experience at every winery we visit.. Included in your package is lunch at one of the finest restaurants in the region which is accompanied by a complimentary glass of premium wine.. Adelaide Hills Personalised Wine Pilgrimage.. Barossa Valley Adelaide Hills Personalised Wine Pilgrimage.. Clare Valley Personalised Wine Tour.. McLaren Vale Personalised Wine Tour.. Kangaroo Island Personalised 1-Day Escapade.. highlights.. You're safe on the road and at ease in every situation with the Volkswagen T5 Multivan Executive.. Fitted leather Captain’s chair with seating for 6, (max 5 guests) makes the vehicle proficient as a tourist Limousine.. Read More.. Here are our tour region:.. Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills Personalised Wine Pilgrimage.. For Wine Or Reason 2013 |.. Designed by I-Web.. Contact Us On 0438-388-883..

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  • Title: For Wine Or Reason - South Australian Winery Tours
    Descriptive info: An introduction.. Make no mistake; South Australians are passionate about wine and food.. Some of the world s most famous wine regions are found in South Australia, and you can visit them on an indulgent wine pilgrimage with.. for Wine or Reason.. Here, you are likely to meet the wine maker at their cellar door.. From Shiraz in the.. Barossa.. and Riesling in the.. Clare.. Valley.. to the big reds of.. Coonawarra.. , your journey will be as rich and seamless as the wines.. wine tours offer unique, wine touring experiences that make everything else seem dull!..  ...   wine or the region to match your mood, or let your tour operator do what they do best, let us choose it for you.. Whether it s tasting your way through the Barossa Valley, the Clare Valley or any another wine region, you will be learning about the mysterious ingredients of the wine while dining on a deliciously decadent luncheon.. Make no mistake; if you enjoy good food, superb wines and fabulous company, then you will love one of Adelaide s finest wine tours.. It is our pleasure to share these opportunities with you.. and welcome to Adelaide..

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  • Title: For Wine Or Reason - South Australian Winery Tours
    Descriptive info: 2006 Volkswagen T5 Multivan Executive Turbo Diesel.. You re safe on the road and at ease in every situation with the Volkswagen T5 Multivan Executive.. Fitted leather Captain s chair with seating for 6, (max 5 guests) makes the vehicle proficient as a tourist Limousine.. Attention to the smallest detail has been taken care of in the opulent passenger compartment and is evident from the moment you relax in the beautifully crafted interior.. The vehicle provides a great abundance of space and comfort, with a strong emphasis on design and beauty leaving the freedom to decide, yet remains flexible in its configuration.. Everything is on hand and within reach to add to the experience.. These are a few reasons why being driven is more fun than driving.. Some of the cars  ...   extra versatility and luxury.. Powerful and exceptionally economical, environmentally friendly 2.. 5-litre, five cylinder turbo-diesel engine.. 6 speed automatic with Tiptronic transmission, which makes shifting extremely smooth and hardly noticeable to passengers, making the driving experience superlative to any other vehicle with this configuration.. Seating consists of six individual captain s chairs with armrests, with a unique rail system with longitudinal adjustment on rails for movement plus reclining seat mechanism that allows different arrangements of seating.. Fitted with a unique multi-functional pivoting table which is based on separate rails, that can be moved wherever you like is a additional benefit.. The centre two seats can even be spun around to face the rear train-style.. The vehicle is licensed and inspected by the Passenger Transport Board of South Australia.. On-board refreshments available..

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  • Title: For Wine Or Reason - South Australian Winery Tours
    Descriptive info: SA Wine Regions.. South Australian Wineries.. (hover over map).. Adelaide Hills.. A taste of the country just twenty minutes from Adelaide.. Barossa and Eden Valley Wine Regions.. World acclaimed wine region just one hour from Adelaide.. Clare Valley Wine Region.. Classic wine country one and a half hours from Adelaide.. Limestone Coast.. Incorporates Coonawarra, Mt Benson, Hathaway, Wrattonbull wine regions and is only 4 hours drive from Adelaide.. Currency Creek Wine Region.. It s a great spot for tasting wines all morning and watching whales from the coastline or hundreds of species of birds at Coorong National Park in the afternoon.. Kangaroo Island Wine Region.. It is South Australia s newest Wine region with 29 growers and more than 200 hectares of vines.. A pristene wilderness island just off the south coast.. Langhorne Creek Wine Region.. Widely regarded as one of Australia s most exciting emerging wine regions since being officially declared a wine region in 1998.. McLaren Vale Wine Region.. The Region has become one of Australia s premier wine-producing districts, particularly renowned for its full-bodied reds.. Padthaway Wine Region.. It s famed for Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay grapes, planted in the 1960s by Lindemans wine legends Karl Seppelt and David Hardy after the soil types reminded them of the Bordeaux region in France.. Southern Fleurieu Wine Region.. Sea, vines, artists and whales, the region is experiencing extensive vineyard growth to varieties including Riesling, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Shiraz.. Adelaide Hills.. In the Adelaide Hills, you ll find South Australia s oldest wine region.. And more than 50 wineries continuing a tradition that started way back in 1845, when a hock from Echunga became Australia s first wine export (it was sent to Queen Victoria but no-one s sure if she was brave enough to taste it).. Today, some of Australia s most elegant cool climate sparkling and still wines are produced in the region, from grape varieties including: Chardonnay and Pinot Noir for sparkling and table wines in the coolest areas; Riesling, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot in the slightly warmer areas; and Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Shiraz in the lower altitudes.. Twenty-five cellar doors offer wine tastings and sales, for such premier labels as Nepenthe, Shaw Smith and Petaluma.. And for pure indulgence, don t miss the award-winning Bridgewater Mill restaurant and cellar door.. Great little roadside stalls and farmers markets are dotted around the region, and include the new Battunga Country Growers Market at Macclesfield.. There you ll find local fruit, organic vegetables, herbs, wood-fired organic bread, nuts and more every Sunday from 10am to 3pm.. For more information on wine and food in the Adelaide Hills, head to the links section and order your free copy of the Adelaide Hills Secrets Visitor Guide.. Barossa and Eden Valley Wine Region.. Make the pilgrimage to the Barossa and you ll be joining 60 per cent of all visitors to South Australia s wineries.. And no wonder, just an hour s drive north of Adelaide, it s undoubtedly Australia s best-known viticulture and winemaking region.. Established in 1842 by immigrants from England, Germany and Silesia (now part of Poland), the region s rich heritage is reflected in architecture, food and music - and internationally renowned wines.. Around 500 grape growing families, many sixth generation, today continue to supply nearly 60,000 tonnes of grapes to about 50 winemakers - including household names like Seppelt, Penfolds and Lehmann.. You ll find 60 cellar doors, from big to boutique and new to heritage-listed.. You can drink Jacob s Creek wine right next to real thing in the new $5 million visitor centre at Rowland Flat.. Wander among grand chateaux called Tanunda, Barossa and Yaldara.. Or taste the global wines of Wolf Blass in the new $5 million, circular cellar door near Nurioopta.. The main red varieties grown in the Barossa are Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache, while the key white grape varieties are Riesling, Semillon and Chardonnay.. Shiraz has pride of place because this is the birthplace of one of the world s great wines: Penfolds Grange.. Neighbouring the Barossa is Eden Valley, which has a reputation for premium wines that take advantage of the higher altitude and cooler climate, through grapes including Riesling, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet.. Here you ll find five wineries with cellar doors, including the famed Henschke Wine Cellars.. In the Clare Valley you ll find a rich tradition of family winemaking that stretches back to the mid 1800s.. Handpicking is still common and small yields are carefully nurtured to harvest.. It all began in 1848 when a small band of Jesuits, fleeing religious persecution in Austria, migrated to the free colony of South Australia and established.. Sevenhill Cellars.. near the town of the same name.. The grapes were originally used to produce sacramental wine, and a quarter of production is still used for this purpose across Australia and export overseas.. The State Heritage-listed Sevenhill complex comprises the St Aloysius Catholic Church, St Aloysius College,.. and Sevenhill Cemetery - but the resident Jesuit Brothers don t take it all too seriously.. The cellar door now opens on Sunday and the tasting room, visited by more than 40,000 visitors annually, boasts a motto: Life is too short to drink  ...   - from award-winning sheep milk cheeses at the Island Pure Sheep Dairy to pure Ligurian honey and olive oil.. Visit Island Pure Sheep Dairy and sample Spanish and Greek sheep milk style cheeses and yoghurt on one of the dairy s daily tours.. Visit between 3-5pm and see the sheep being milked.. Your taste buds will discover why more sheep are milked worldwide than cows.. The distinctive taste of marron has found its way into the kitchens of many restaurants around Australia.. These freshwater crustaceans look a little like a lobster and are farmed and open to the public at Andermel Marron, close to gorgeous Vivonne Bay.. Kangaroo Island s apiarists harvest honey from the pure strain Ligurian bees.. Clifford s Honey Farm and Island Bee Hive offer tours daily and there s an opportunity to buy a range of honey and products - seek out the Island s famous honey ice cream at Clifford s!.. Come to Kangaroo Island and hear the story of our food and wine first hand from the producer.. In Langhorne Creek you ll discover that there s more than one way to water vines: in most years the vineyards hereabout are naturally irrigated by the flooding of the Bremer River and sometimes Langhorne Creek.. Here s where you ll also find two sisters running the highly-acclaimed Bremerton Wines, and the descendents of 1850s viticulturist Frank Potts, who planted the region s first vines at a spot called Bleasdale Wines.. Once voted by the Sydney Morning Herald as one of the top 10 cellar doors in South Australia, Bleasdale now has a National Trust listing - tour the stunning cellar to see historic winemaking equipment including a huge century-old lever press.. Widely regarded as one of Australia s most exciting emerging wine regions since being officially declared a wine region in 1998, Langhorne Creek is just an hour south of Adelaide - sitting near Currency Creek and Southern Fleurieu in the Fleurieu zone.. Well over 5000 hectares are now under vine (a ten-fold increase on the early 1990s) at more than 20 wineries across the region.. Deep alluvial sandy loams, combined with cooling breezes from Lake Alexandrina and the South Ocean, have earnt the region an outstanding reputation for Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz - and these two varieties account for 70 per cent of plantings.. Malbec, Merlot, Chardonnay and Verdelho are also grown.. You ll find seven cellar doors across Langhorne Creek: Angas Plains Wines, Bleasdale Wines, Bremerton Wines, Cleggett Wines, Lake Breeze Wines, Oddfellows Wines and Raydon Estate Wines.. John McLaren was neither winemaker nor gastronomic genius, but he left an indelible mark on one of the foremost food and wine regions of Australia.. Working under orders from his boss Colonel William Light, Government Surveyor McLaren was responsible for mapping the regions south to the Fleurieu Peninsula.. Under his guidance, the McLaren Vale District (just 40 minutes south of Adelaide) was born in 1839, but a year earlier the first vines were planted in 1838 by John Reynell, a Devonshire farmer who brought vine cuttings from the Cape of Good Hope and planted them at what is now Reynella.. The area is dotted by more than 60 cellar doors, most of which are shop fronts for small to medium-size boutique operations but also include such major Australian players as the BRL Hardy group and Rosemount.. About 270 independent grape growers can also be found here.. Shiraz is a specialty, as are Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache, while Merlot is becoming increasingly popular as a varietal.. Chardonnay dominates the white varieties but Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling are also gaining kudos, and experimentation is taking place with Viognier, Marsanne and Sangiovese.. Located just 60 kilometres north of its famous cousin Coonawarra, the Padthaway wine region shares the same red gold terra rossa soil but is significantly warmer and has a different character.. It s famed for Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay grapes, planted in the 1960s by Lindeman s wine legends Karl Seppelt and David Hardy after the soil types reminded them of the Bordeaux region in France.. Other varieties under vine today include Shiraz, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Verdelho.. While the emphasis here is on growing grapes, you ll find three memorable cellar doors: the historic Padthaway Estate, the contemporary Hardy s Stonehaven and the new Henry s Drive.. The two-storey Padthaway Estate homestead was built from local limestone in 1882, with landscaped gardens and historic farm buildings completing the charming setting for country-style accommodation and fine dining.. Great coastal views and lush landscapes await you in the Southern Fleurieu wine region, where the first vines were planted in the late 1800s but official regional status wasn t granted until 2001.. Covering the southern and central areas of the peninsula, where wineries sprung up in the wake of great success in McLaren Vale.. For great wines, drop into cellar doors at Victor Harbor Winery, Twin Bays at Yankalilla, Trafford Hill Winery at Normanville and Mt Jagged Wines south of Mount Compass.. Quaint country towns are around every bend, and you can buy regional products including venison, yabbies, trout and berries right from the farm gate.. You ll get more information on regional produce trails from visitor information centres across the Fleurieu Peninsula..

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  • Title: For Wine Or Reason - South Australian Winery Tours
    Descriptive info: See Australian wildlife in its native habitat.. Scenic views overlooking a sea of vineyards and rolling hills.. Barossa Valley.. Vineyards drape the contours of the Barossa Valley.. The Big Rocking Horse.. : where you can browse the famous toy factory, view the native animals or relax with a tea or coffee.. Angus Park Dried Fruits.. : provides tastings or purchase from a superb range of dried fruits, nuts and chocolate-coated items.. Menglers Hill Lookout.. :.. is a perfect photo opportunity for the best views over the Valley.. The Whispering Wall.. is an acoustic phenomenon that carries a whispered conversation for one hundred and fifty metres, not to be missed and sets off a perfect day before heading back to the city.. Maggie Beer s Farm Shop.. There is a choice of 6 different wines under the Beer Brothers Wine label.. These wines are available for tasting and purchase exclusively from Maggie Beer s Farm Shop.. Tempt your taste buds with some of Maggie s famous products or purchase to enjoy later.. Herbig s Tree..  ...   lake in Australia.. Galloway Yabbie Farm.. :.. W.. here you can dine on Yabby s on the deck at Chateau Galvo café overlooking the ponds.. Alexandrina Cheese Company.. Make traditional style cloth bound, rinded Cheddar, a Dutch style Edam and Gouda, an Italian style Romano and Pepato.. Melba s Chocolate Factory.. located at Woodside and is chocolate heaven where you can taste or purchase some delightful treats, then venturing through the stunning scenery of the Adelaide Hills.. Medlow Confectionery.. A lol-a-holic s dream come true.. scenic drive.. Bridgewater Mill.. Heritage listed flour mill with an awarding winning restaurant and cellardoor.. Clare Valley.. Martindale Hall:.. Mintaro.. : was built in 1876 by Edmund Bowman.. Picnic at Hanging Rock was filmed here.. Domonic Versce Wines.. located in the Adelaide Plains Wines in harmony with nature and chemical free.. Cellar Door Pass.. Collect fine wine and lifelong memories with your Cellar Door Pass.. A wine experience package for two, which includes a smartcard, guidebook and CD.. Discover boutique and iconic cellar doors from over 50 wineries throughout SA..

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    Descriptive info: Download Our Tour Information as PDF Files.. We will cater to any need.. Corporate Rates available..

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    Descriptive info: Here are some links that may be useful to you.. Find the perfect place to stay in South Australia on Book it Now with guest reviews and other travel related information.. www.. bookitnow.. com.. au/sa.. tourism.. sa.. gov.. au.. acta.. http://adelaide.. southaustralia.. barossa.. visitadelaidehills.. coonawarradiscovery.. com/discover.. htm.. thelimestonecoast.. mclarenvale.. info/visitorcentre/.. padthawaywineregion.. com/region.. html.. clarevalley.. adelaideinfocentre.. Free Wine Tour.. - Learn How To Make Wines That Are So Incredibly Flavorsome That No-One Could Resist -  ...   the wine or liquor that you want to make - you just can t find this level of depth anywhere else.. Discover what are the best fruits to use to get the most outstanding wine.. Luhambo Tours - South African wine tours in Cape Town and Stellenbosch.. Luhambo Tours is a South African tour operator who specialises in wine tours and day tours in Cape Town, the Cape Winelands, Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and the Garden Route..

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    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Please feel free to contact us by phone 0438 388 883.. Or email us by filling the following form.. * Required.. Title.. Mr.. Sir.. Madam.. Ms.. Miss.. Mrs.. Dr.. First Name.. Last Name.. Email Address.. Mobile Number.. Landline Number.. Enquiry Type.. General Enquiry.. Tree Lopping Enquiry.. Stump Grinding Enquiry.. Other.. Select Preference.. Email.. Phone.. Comments / Enquiry.. Verification Code..

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