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Clare Valley Wine Tours

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There are more than 40 wineries and vineyards in the Clare Valley, plus numerous galleries and museums. There are fantastic restaurants, food and produce markets and sports for everyone.

The Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions, best known for Riesling wines. Principal red varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.

We suggest you take the Claymore tour - experience their interpretation of some modern rock classics at the Cellar Door in Leasingham, in the beautiful Clare Valley:

Paulett Wines at Polish Hill River - Pauletts reputation for producing wines of finesse, elegance and intensity is justly earned and their skill and care can be seen consistently from vintage to vintage.

Greg Cooley Wines is a wine, food and entertainment destination surrounded by vineyards in the Clare Valley wine region. Rated a 5 star winery in James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion 2015, Greg Cooley Wines is one of the more boutique wine producers. located here in the Clare Valley Wine Region.

Suggested lunch at Skillogalee (booking advised) - a boutique family-owned and operated winery located in the heart of the picturesque Clare Valley in South Australia. They offer: Hand-crafted, world-class wines; The first and still the best winery restaurant in the Valley; (lunch not included in tour rate)

Tim Adams Wines - years of hard work, passion and curiosity have resulted in a progressive family winery that is committed to creating elegant wines, without forgetting its obligation to the Australian wine industry, environment and wider community. Tim Adams Wines now has a presence in all major international markets and is the constant recipient of awards, reviews and accolades both in Australia and overseas.

Mr Mick Winery is named after K.H. (Mr Mick) Knappstein, a legend within the Australian winemaking industry. One of Mr Mick’s passions in life was to make wines for everyone to enjoy, a tradition his last apprentice, local winemaker Tim Adams continues in his name. Today Tim and his wife Pam are proud custodians of this landmark property.