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“Try and visit the smaller family owned wineries!”

Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail
Ranked #22 of 84 things to do in Swan Valley
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Owner description: The award winning Food and Wine Trail is a well signposted, 32km scenic drive trail, encompassing more than 80 restaurants, wineries and breweries and more than 50 seasonal roadside stalls lie along the trail, selling everything from asparagus to melons and more besides. No wonder the Swan Valley is one of Western Australia's most popular tourist destinations! The region is also home to art galleries, a wildlife park, cycle paths, heritage walk trails and Aboriginal cultural experiences.
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Reviewed August 26, 2012 via mobile

The smaller family owned wineries are much better I live in Perth and I love taking family members from home to pinnelli's it's a small Italian run winery the explain how to drink wine are quite generous with tasting size. The wine itself is to dye for! If you don't like wine they do the freshest olives I've ever tasted amazing. Defo a must for your trip up there you should try and organize a private tour if possible that way you can get driven around the wineries that are the best.

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Reviewed June 8, 2012

This was a very relaxing self drive. We combined it with a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park, spending a half day on each. We don't drink wine or beer but love to eat. There are many nice little restaurants along this trail. My favorite places were Mongo Nougat (gives out free Nougat) and the Margaret River Chocolate Company (gives out free chocolate chips).

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Reviewed April 29, 2012

Wow, wow, wow
We wanted to see the Swan Valley wineries but of course we both wanted to drink so decided to do a coach tour. Claude was our driver and he just made the tour, he was very funny and interesting and made everyone all 20 of us on his bus feel very special. As for the tour it self it was a cruise up the Swan River with Captain Cook cruises and our first lot of wine tasting and then we were met by Claude and then put on his bus and he took us to 4 more wineries with lots of cheese tastings, an amazing lunch was part of the day and then onto a micro brewery for a beer. To top off the day we went to a chocolate factory. It was a wonderful day and would definitely recommend it to anyone.

2  Thank Nanny A
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Reviewed March 25, 2012

Went to Little River Winery, was great, food was excellent, loved the wine

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Reviewed February 20, 2012

Just 30 mins drive from Perth city centre, Swan Valley offers an array of great wines, cheese, chocolate, ice cream and even art! Much closer that Margaret River, but still with a wide variety. Make sure you check out the Illusionary Art - metal artwork that changes as you look at it. A good idea is to combine your visit to Swan Valley with a stop in the historic town of Guilford and walk some of the heritage trails - very picturesque and good to do late in the day when the wineries close. We had a brilliant day in Swan Valley!

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