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Yarra Valley Winery Tour from Melbourne Including Lunch and Yarra Valley Chocolaterie

  • Wine tastings included at four different stops
  • Lunch and a full glass of wine at a local restaurant/winery
  • Commentary from your guide on the region's wine and production methods
Yarra Valley Winery Tour from Melbourne Including Lunch and Yarra Valley Chocolaterie
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Get a taste of Yarra Valley's food and wine on this full-day tour from Melbourne. No need to worry about choosing a sober driver, with a guide to ferry you safely between each of the day's four wineries. Indulge in an included lunch and finish the tour with a stop for chocolate and ice cream. You also learn about the region's history, culture, and agricultural practices through your guide's commentary.

What to Expect

Make your way to a central pickup location, dependent upon the tour time selected at checkout, to meet your guide and group.

Sit back in a comfortable tour vehicle and enjoy the scenery on the way to a series of winery stops, beginning with Domaine Chandon or Rob Dolan for a tasting. Stop for lunch at Rochford Wines Yarra Valley, Tramonto Kitchen and Bar at Badger's Brook, or the Tokar Estate. Enjoy the ambiance and toast your lunch with an included glass of wine.

Lunch is followed by two more tastings at Yering Farm, The Riverstone Estate, Helen & Joey Estate, or Hanrahan Vineyard. All of the day's chosen vineyards are subject to availability. Taste whatever strikes your fancy without any worries about driving home. Your last stop is at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery, where you can finish with a sweet treat (own expense).

Your guide returns you to the place from which the tour originated.

Reviews (205)
1 - 5 of 168 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago
A Great Way to Spend a Day

This was a great way for our group of 5 couples to enjoy a relaxing day together on our recent visit to Melbourne (Especially after a hectic day at the Melbourne Cup!) Our guide, Ian, was very knowledgeable, informative and accommodating - his tales and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank enjoyableexperiences
Reviewed 1 week ago
Didnot enjoy the experience at all! Waste of money.

The tour bus driver didnot have any information other than telling us how long we will be at the winery. All the wineries were just interested in tasting and selling their wines. No one really had much information. There was a stop at a chocolatier...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank ritznjuz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent Day Trip to Yarra Valley

This is a must visit place even though you may not be a wine enthusiast. The place is really beautiful with the vineyards and the scenic hills all around the valley. You get to enjoy taste of variety of wine from different winery and to...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 517samuelt
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wine Bus in the Yarra Valley

There were 24 people on our tour and the driver was friendly and very laid back. The first vineyard on our tour was Many Hands a fantastic looking place and the guy conducting the tasting session was so knowledgeable and passionate about the wines they...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank shazzzalongley
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
A great day out in the Valley

I chose this tour based on the positive comments I read on Trip Advisor, and I wasn’t disappointed. As the only single traveller in the group of 13, I got to ride up front with Ian and so chatted a lot with him. He is...More

Thank S9373OPderekb
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August 13, 2018|
Response from 981warrens | Reviewed this property |
Most definitely pretty sure kids are welcome at both, and kids would love the chocolate factory