If you have more time, you might want to follow one of the many wine trails - by car, foot or cycle. This is the world of South Australian food and wine - it’s what they are famous for! And if you are someone who is a culinary/foodie savvy, below is a simple 2Ns/3Days itinerary to follow. Embark on the journey that is as awe-inspiring to the mind as it is tempting to the palate.
Start your South Australian food and wine experience with a short journey to McLaren Vale. Try some wine tasting at one of the 70 cellar doors such as d’Arenberg, Coriole, Wirra Wirra, Hugh Hamilton and Chapel Hill. Enjoy fresh local produce including olives, cheese and handcrafted beer and cider. In the afternoon, drive to the picturesque Adelaide Hills. The region is well known for its cool climate wines. There are some amazing boutique wineries such as Shaw+Smith, Bird in Hand, Sinclair’s Gully and Golding Wines. A number of wineries have great restaurants, which makes lunch and dinner scenes, quite sorted. Overnight at Adelaide Hills.
(Distance from Adelaide Hills - McLaren Vale: 73kms)