Yarra Valley Food and Wine Small Group Tour

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Yarra Valley Food and Wine Small Group Tour information and booking

from
$180
Duration
8 hours
Departs from
Most Melbourne hotels
Returns to
Returns to original departure point at approximately 5:30pm
Time of departure
9:15am
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Tour description provided by Viator

For all things gourmet with personalized service, join this small group Yarra Valley food and wine tour from Melbourne. Enjoy private wine tastings accompanied by cheese and fruit samples, stop at local produce stores and pause for lunch in a winery served with matching wines. Your full-day tour includes a professional guide with local knowledge, plus return hotel transfers.

Head for De Bortoli Winery, a third generation, Italian family owned winery. From its vineyards in this premium wine growing region, De Bortoli makes a wide range of award winning wines including the world acclaimed sweet white Noble One. Taste a selection of De Bortoli wines accompanied by cheese and fruit.

Next, visit the art gallery and produce store at Yering Station Winery, showcasing art and produce from the region. Enjoy cellar door tastings at Yering Station Winery, in the Old Winery Building.

Continue your food and wine journey with a two-course lunch at Domaine Chandon while enjoying stunning views of the vineyards and lake.

After lunch, visit Coldstream Hills Winery for wine tasting and and visit to the "amphitheater" style vineyards.

Conclude the afternoon at 10th generation wine maker Dominique Portet and visit the cellar door and enjoy some afternoon tea before departing the Yarra Valley and arriving back to Melbourne.

What's included

  • Small-group tour
  • 2-course lunch
  • Wine tasting
  • Afternoon tea
  • Cheese tasting at the yarra valley dairy
  • Driver/guide
  • Live commentary on board
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

What isn't included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Tasting glasses at vineyards are not complimentary