Monday, 17 July 2017

Tour of the Week: Hunter Valley Winery Tour from Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is world-famous for its prominent contribution to the wine industry, and our Hunter ValleyWinery tours will give you the chance to explore everything it has to offer in a unique way.

You’ll get to experience the sweeping landscape of the valley, complete with patchwork fields and stunning views, while delving deep into the heart of Australia’s most popular winemaking region. Learn more about the unique winemaking processes of the valley as you go, and discover why this area has become such an important part of the wine industry.

Along the way, you’ll get to taste some of the region’s finest offerings and sample some delectable produce.

Hunter Valley Wineries

You’ll have the chance to visit three prominent Hunter Valley wineries throughout the day, each of which will offer something unique for you to try. While there, you’ll undertake delicious wine tasting sessions and discover the different ways each winery makes its flavours so unique.

The Hunter Distillery

We’ll also try something other than wine, too, at The Hunter Distillery. Here, you can sample quirkily flavoured vodka, including chocolate, coffee, lime, chilli, and Turkish Delight flavour to give your tastebuds a treat.

The Smelly Cheese Shop

After all that wine tasting and learning about the winemaking industry, you’re going to be feeling a bit peckish. So, when hunger strikes, we’ll whisk you off to the Smelly Cheese Shop, one of Hunter Valley’s best-loved attractions.

While there, you can try a selection of creamy bries, tasty fetas, and other homemade cheesy products - the perfect accompaniment to wine. You can pick up a souvenir or two here as well, to take a slice of the Hunter Valley home with you.

Hunter Chocolate Shop and Sabor Dessert Bar

To give your sweet tooth a tasty surprise, you’ll also get the chance to go to the Hunter Chocolate Shop or the Sabor Dessert Bar, where you can sample some of the sweet treats and pick up some delicious souvenirs to take back with you.

Lunch will take place at either the Matilda Bay Brewhouse or Harrigan’s Irish Pub, both of which serve up a selection of hearty Australian food.

So, are you ready to give your tastebuds the time of their life? Our Hunter Valley tours give you a bit of everything, from wine tasting and learning about the winemaking process, to homemade local produce and sweet treats to tide you over.

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