Hunter Valley is one of the most popular wine regions in New South Wales. You wouldn’t want to miss out on trying the tasty wines of Hunter Valley!
Hunter Valley is about a three hour drive from Sydney. It is highly recommended to book in advance to do a winery tour. Seats on the bus can book up very quickly and we wouldn’t want you to miss out on a good time! Now, let’s talk about the winery tours you can do in Hunter Valley!
This one day Hunter Valley tour is perfect for those who just want to enjoy wines! You’ll get a cheese tasting as well as a tasty lunch, but it’s all about the wine! You’ll be trying about 20 different wines like Chardonnay, Semillon, and Shiraz. On the tour, you’ll have the chance to visit some local shops like Hunter Valley Chocolate Company and KissOfire Hunter Valley Liqueurs.
If you love your wine and food, this Hunter Valley wine and foodie tour is for you! Your first stop is at a winery trying some of the local whites and reds. You even learn about how the winery makes these wines as you’re tasting them. In total, you visit three wineries on this tour. You’ll get to enjoy the wines by pairing them with chocolate and cheese. There is also a delicious meal at a local restaurant you’ll eat at before going to the Hunter Valley Distillery for sampling. You can try some spirits and liqueurs before the tour comes to an end.
Spend the day going to three different wineries on this Hunter Valley tour. On this tour, you’ll be able to try out wines from three Hunter Valley wineries. As you’re trying out the wines, you’ll learn the process of how the winemakers create delicious wine. You’ll also go to Hunter Distillery and get the chance to try the different flavours of vodka. No Hunter Valley winery tour is complete without having some cheese at the Smelly Cheese Shop. You will also go to the Hunter Chocolate Shop or the Sabor Dessert Bar. And of course, you’ll be getting fed some lunch at one of the local pubs.
When you’re doing a Hunter Valley winery tour, you’ll get beautiful views of the region. With the delicious wine and the scenery, it makes sense why Hunter Valley is a popular attraction.