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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.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Perfect Day

As a young couple holidaying in Melbourne we decided to spend a few days in the Yarra Valley. We decided to go with Winebus as they were the only ones who agreed to let us bring our luggage on board with us from Melbourne. And...More

Thank CMHorne
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great day out

Loved showing my friend the wineries. Got to see kangaroos which was great. went above and beyond for a good friend.

Thank MeganG1223
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Awesome tour

Ian, the owner, personally drove and showed us around the wineries. Hes simply awesome. We visited 4 wineries, chocolate factory and a strawberry farm where we get to taste strawberry wines! The lunch place that Ian took us too is PERFECT. Highly recommended to book...More

Thank pcpy
Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Brilliant Day Out

If you're looking for a fun day trip that lets you see some of the beautiful Yarra Valley in stunning Victoria - then look no further than these guys! Easy booking, great pre-trip correspondence, on-time pick-up, funny as fu*k guide (me ol mate Ian), yum...More

Thank WayneTWalsh
Reviewed 20 August 2018
A great day out!

I enjoyed this day out for a friends birthday. Although the weather wasn't ideal, the tour itself was a relaxed and enjoyable day. Dan, our driver was friendly, he pick us up and dropped us off safely. The wineries we visited were all great and...More

1  Thank Cari S
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Shruti T
13 August 2018|
Response from Warren S | Reviewed this property |
Most definitely pretty sure kids are welcome at both, and kids would love the chocolate factory