Grape and Graze's standard Mornington Peninsula winery tour includes pick up and return to your accommodation, wine tastings at four to five wineries, a two course lunch and glass of wine, chilled bottled water, and a local host with regional wine knowledge.
As Grape and Graze cater for only small groups, they can tailor a package to meet your requirements. Whether that is a lighter style lunch option or to incorporate a visit to some of the Peninsula's producers and farm gates, a tour package can be tailored to meet your desires.
Private tours catering for small groups from two to seven people. A range of lunch options are available which may impact on the cost.
|$165.00 - $240.00|
Price is dependent upon their lunch selection from the children's menu .
|$30.00 - $50.00|
Pick up and return to your accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula, all tasting fees, two course a-la-carte lunch and glass of wine.
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Private tours tailored to suit your requirements. Operating seven days a week. An all day tour arriving at the first venue at 11.00 am and departing the last venue by 5.00 pm. Please contact Grape and Graze to book your tour.
Explore the Mornington Peninsula tasting great wine and fine food, travelling in comfort in a relaxed environment with Grape and Graze. Whether you are interested in learning more about the art of wine making or simply just happy to enjoy the end result, they can design your ideal winery tour.
Grape and Graze aim to take you to a range of wineries that demonstrate the diverse micro climates of the Mornington Peninsula and the impact that has on the end result of the wine. They also mix up the style of the wineries on each tour so that you can discover the diversity of wines that the region produces.
Grape and Graze cater for small groups of up to seven, providing a personalised and intimate experience to suit the true wine enthusiast and 'foodie'. Take advantage of their local knowledge and discover the best of what the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.
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