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Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour from Melbourne

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  • Visit four wineries for a comprehensive overview of Yarra Valley wines
  • See century-old winemaking equipment and learn about the region’s terroir
  • Great value: Tour includes tastings and vineyard-view lunch with wine
Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour from Melbourne
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Pickup at 9:30am from St Paul's Cathedral at 200 Flinders Street, Melbourne
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Visit Yarra Valley wineries on a tour from Melbourne that includes tastings and a vineyard lunch. You’ll tour four beloved Yarra Valley wineries—Punt Road, Balgownie Estate, Yering Farm, and Domaine Chandon—while learning about the flavors and terroir of Yarra Valley wines. This wine tour is a great introduction to the picturesque Yarra Valley wine region, with transfers available from selected locations in Melbourne and St. Kilda.
What to Expect

Meet your driver at your selected meeting point, then enjoy views of the scenic countryside on the 1-hour drive from the city to the Yarra Valley. The first stop of the day is the rustic Yering Farm, where you sample wines and check out historic winemaking equipment before heading to Balgownie Estate, famed for its cabernet sauvignon and shiraz varietals.

After a tasting, visit the winery restaurant for a lunch served with a glass of wine and tea or coffee. (If the winery is not serving lunch on the day of the tour, a similar location will be substituted.)

From Balgownie Estate, continue to the award-winning Punt Road Wines and Domaine Chandon, the Australian production house of Moët & Chandon—learn about sparkling winemaking as you sip a glass of bubbly.

Following a day of wine tasting, the tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point.
Reviews (810)
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was a wonderful day with Yarra valley wine tour, our driver Tony had a lot of knowledge about wine but also Melbournes history. His commentary throughout the day was great, knowledgeable, funny and witty. Enjoyed the day and would go back.

Thank 928madeleinec
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great Day Out

What an awesome value for money day out in the Yarra Valley winery region this tour is. Our guide Tony was very knowledgeable and entertaining not only in wines but also within the Yarra Valley area and surrounding suburbs and he educated us on how...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank CarronS108
Reviewed 6 days ago

Our tour started by meeting our guide the fantastic Tony, he was wonderful and very knowledgeable. We had a brilliant day, met great people, tasted very good wine and super Tony topped it all off. Thank you so much. I recommend this tour to everyone.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Lesley W
Reviewed 1 week ago
Yarra Valley, wine tasting a must!

Great way to sample wines without the worry of driving! We were collected on Flinders Street and dropped off again some 7.5 hours later. We visited four vineyards, learnt about tasting, growing of fruit and making wine. Lunch was provided at Soumah, one of the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Angela S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great Day Out!

John was awesome! Very informative and created a fun, comfortable environment. The tour was very accommodating, we were staying in the Yarra Valley so they picked us up at Yering Station and dropped us off very close to our accomodation on their way back to...More

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jade d
15 January 2019|
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Response from DebG P | Reviewed this property |
Hi, no not really. I would say the most walking would be at the Chandon Estate, worth it though if he can manage it.
28 December 2018|
Response from PaulaPiedrahita |
Sorry, we have a flight to catch at 8.30 pm back to Sydney so I’m wondering if we do have enough time. Thanks
22 December 2018|
Response from Georgina H | Reviewed this property |
If you contact the tour company directly they'd be able to cater for the requirements