• Food & wine tours

Yarra Valley Small Group Wine Tour

Corner of Flinders Street and Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Have an experience of a lifetime on this delightful wine tour that will take you through the Yarra Valley winery region.

Spend eight full hours tasting the most delightful local wines, being treated with a two-course lunch, and partaking in all the views and tours of four or five of the finest wineries and cellars.

The tours are designed to provide guests with the ultimate experience and an exceptional amount of knowledge on the winemaking process and history behind some of the finest wineries.

Starting early in the morning you will experience our all-inclusive wine tour. The small group wine tour is created for groups of 11 people or less, to provide a more intimate and unique experience for the guests to enjoy.

Type Indicative prices
Adult $180.00

Pricing varies on childs age.

$0.00 - $90.00


- Pickup and Drop off from Melbourne CBD and Surrounds - Tasting Fees - 2 Course Lunch with Wine, Tea or Coffee - Morning Tea

Days of operation:
  • Wine Tours Victoria departs daily to any of four wine regiodns, visit our site for dates.

Tour highlights:
  • Domaine Chandon
    One of Wine Tour Victoria’s favourite Yarra Valley locations is the Domaine Chandon Winery, where visitors can taste quality sparkling wine. You’ll also be treated to the breathtaking scenery and views for which the Yarra Valley is famous for.

A day of pure indulgence is close at hand, when on a Wine Tours Victoria winery experience.

Enjoy premium wines, fabulous food and magnificent Victorian countryside while touring one of Victoria's principal wine regions including the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, Bellarine Peninsula or the Macedon Ranges.

Experienced hosts will ensure you have a day to remember as they show you the best of the regions attractions.

Wine Tours Victoria hallmark tours provide small personalised touring, which ensures maximum enjoyment and lasting memories, with only 11 people per tour as a maximum. The theory is that visiting a winery is best done in a small group (two to eleven people); this ensures special treatment for all guests.

A winery tour is a day of memories with fresh air, countryside, yeasty smells of wine casts, and memories of that smooth Cabernet with the lingering finish. Combine this with a lunch of regional produce, and you have the perfect day of indulgence.

  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
Corner of Flinders Street and Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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