The best way to experience South Australia (or any place for that matter) is in a luxury supercar like the new Ferrari 488 GTB or Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4. Throughout May, Prancing Horse is inviting you to explore the Adelaide Hills and Barossa Valley from behind the wheel of a supercar with a combined fleet value of $2 million.
Readied with an espresso and an introduction to the stable of supercars, attendees depart via the summit of Mount Lofty launching through a blur of autumn colours into the beautiful Adelaide Hills. Wind between the towns of Montacute and Lobethal before arriving for morning tea at the famous Bird-In-Hand Winery. Then track north for Applewood Distillery in Gumeracha – the home of rare wines and spirits crafted using Australian botanicals.
As the terrain softens to a rolling landscape of vineyards and reservoirs, the motorcade then cruises into the Barossa for an exquisite lunch at Hentley Farm Restaurant.
Hentley Farm was awarded two Chef Hats in the Australian Good Food Guide for 2018 and 2019, and guests will experience a sophisticated, almost theatrical lunch degustation. Head Chef Lachlan Colwill serves a seasonal menu with 90% of all produce sourced and foraged locally from the lands of Hentley Farm and Seppeltsfield.
Following the lunch degustation, return via South Para Road and Chain-of-Ponds before connecting to Gorge Rd – a smooth ribbon of tarmac that carves its way through the ancient hills, trailing the River Torrens down to Kangaroo Creek Reservoir.
Finally, ascend Corkscrew Rd which winds through the hills before arriving at Mount Lofty House on dusk to relax and unwind in the Arthur Waterhouse Lounge. It’s a day to be memorialised for all eternity on social media.
The Adelaide Hills and Barossa Valley Supercar Drive Days are filling up ridiculously fast, so we suggest you book a spot ASAP via the link below. If it’s all booked out, Prancing Horse brings its fast cars, wine tasting and gourmet feasts to Kiama in June, the Hunter Valley in July and the Sunshine Coast in August/September 2019.