Travel through Australia's oldest wine production region - the Hunter Valley. From internationally-renowned cellars to historic family-owned wineries, you'll taste up to 20 wines and enjoy a delicious restaurant lunch.
What to Expect
Travel over the Sydney Harbor Bridge en route to the award-winning Hunter Valley region, the oldest wine region in Australia. With over 100 wineries set among picturesque landscapes, the Hunter Valley offers delicious local produce and amazing wines.
The day starts at an internationally recognised working winery where you will get the chance to join a 'behind-the-scenes' winemaking tour, and learn more about the process and knowledge that goes into making wine. Then it's into the cellar to stimulate your taste buds.
Lunch is next with a choice from an extensive list of local produce that will leave you satisfied. Relax with a glass of wine, beer or soft drink in hand and take in views from the balcony.
Visit two more wineries and have an opportunity to purchase wine from the cellar. Learn the history behind one of the oldest family-run wineries in the Hunter Valley. Walk among the vines, taste local produce and be sure to keep an eye out for kangaroos in the wild.
- Wine tastings
- Restaurant lunch with beer, wine or soft drink
- Small-group tour with return transport from Sydney
- Professional guide
- Behind-the-scenes winemaking tour (when available)
What's Not Included
- Wine and produce purchases
Know Before You Go
• All participants must be over 18 to taste wine
• This tour is not suitable for children