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Yarra Valley is a region that has been renowned to wine experts around the world for the wineries and vineyards in the area, which produces some of the finest red wines in Australia. This eight hour day tour takes you to the heart of Yarra Valley to visit some of its most renowned vineyards in a crash course on the art of fine wines and winemaking. Both beginners and experienced wine lovers will find something to discover on this tour, which starts with a departure from Melbourne, heading first to Punt Road Wines. The enthusiastic staff provides you with the rich history of Punt Road's most award winning products and wines, which you will sample for yourself. Your next stop takes you to the famous Balgownie Estate for a delicious lunch perfectly paired with the estate's fine wines. In the boutique winery of Yerin Farm, you won't just admire the splendid views, but you'll also learn about the traditional method of making wines found in the farm, all the way down to the antique copper equipment. Your final visit of the day takes place at Domaine Chandon, famed as Moët & Chandon’s Australian production house. Discover how this famous company crafts their champagne, along with a nice glass of bubbly to enjoy. It's the kind of wine tour that truly immerses you in all aspects and qualities of wine, leaving you with a thirst for more.
US$ 97.79
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Melbourne Tour: Booze Makes History Better

5.0 1 reviews | 50+ Booked
US$ 34.25
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Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour

4.6 26 reviews | 400+ Booked
Satisfy your food cravings with a tour of Queen Victoria Market, the best place in Melbourne to shop for a wide array of tasty food, including fresh fruits and vegetables, gourmet cheese, and more! Learn about the market's history and discover secret shopping tips as you spend 90 minutes strolling through the busy market food halls and visiting some of the market's best food traders. Sample a few of the market's finest food like delicious antipasto, fresh seafood, handmade pasta, specialty cheeses, and cured meats! End your visit with a glass of Victorian wine and one of Melbourne's famous food icons, a hot jam donut, which will perfectly round off your authentic local experience.
US$ 62.15
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What people are saying about Wine Tours in Melbourne

Wing Hang Published 779 days ago
Great experience with John! John is knowledgeable in wine tasting. As my friend was not feeling well, he took care of us and gave help in anytime. Thanks for his understanding. Most of the farm provided 4-6 wine to try. For Chandon, they gave one full glass. I must say I had never suggest people to join day tour but I strongly recommend this to all of you. I would join another one if I visit Melbourne again.
Yrwin Denzel Chiu Published 815 days ago
Though i was a bit late, I was able to catch up with the group and had a great opportunity to taste many kinds of food! Melbourne is such a melting pot of many cuisines that I never thought I would taste legit italian, polish, greek or even spanish food at this market! The gelatos and the fresh fruits were so good. And our tour guide Sarah was so enthusiastic and caring, that I wish to do it all over again!
Julie Published 946 days ago
Really enjoyed experience the guide was great we learnt so much about market. All of the foods we tasted were amazing especially learning about the families that are stall holders and how the are generational going back many years. I have visited market each time I come to Melbourne but now I can see it differently with all knowledge I learned on tour. Could only highly recommend the tour to anyone coming to Melbourne.
Vic Alfred Published 23 days ago
Extremely knowledgeable guide on a well paced tour. Lunch was good and all the wineries we visited were nice. The only downside is that it was advertised that we would go to Moet Chandon but it wasn't actually part of our itinerary for that day. Regardless, the tour and guide was great, so no complaints really.
Gracia Published 24 days ago
*Tour was not available and operator contacted me directly to change to the Mornington Peninsula tour* Small group tour with our guide, Matt. He was friendly, engaging and got everyone to where we needed to go on time. I joined the group going to the hot springs to drop them off as they had a similar itinerary up to that point, and then after their activity. In between, I got to see London Bridge, then went on the ferry to the Bellarine Peninsula and back, with a very substantial lunch in a bento box. After that, as I had communicated that I don’t drink and the other person on this tour didn’t turn up, we didn’t bother going to the brewery and instead, Matt took me to the Millionaire’s Walk above the beach of Sorrento. We swung by to pick up the rest after and headed to see the colourful bathing boxes. Matt gave us a short history lesson, which was an eye opener on our way back. Drop off was where pick up was.
Hana Tzuhan Published 25 days ago
Highly recommend it:) perfect for friends, couples, wine lovers and ppl who want to get away from city for chilling!!! Visiting 4 wineries (not as listed here), including Greenstones, Balgownie, Yering and Soumah); testing up to 22(5/5/5/7) kinds of wines 🥰 Lunch at Balgownie was a surprise. My favorites are Greenstones and Balgownie 🍷

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