Half-Day Queenstown Boutique Wine Tour

Half-Day Queenstown Boutique Wine Tour

Discover the uniqueness of the world's southernmost wine region and taste world-class cool climate wines

Tour type: Group , Duration: 5 Hours 30 Minutes

Product ID: 42990
Description

Discover the uniqueness of Central Otago, the world's southernmost wine region and taste world-class cool climate wines. 
 
The Central Otago wine region spreads from the outskirts of Queenstown’s Wakatipu Basin through picturesque valleys and dramatic gorges to the rolling vine-clad foothills of Bannockburn and beyond.
 
This half-day wine tour will take you from Queenstown to the Gibbston Valley and through to Bannockburn and Cromwell, the heart of the Central Otago wine country.
 
You will be visiting 4 vineyards in Gibbston Valley, Cromwell and Bannockburn and enjoy wine tastings.
 
Enjoy a delightful local platter lunch at Carrick Winery restaurant or Wild Earth, paired with a complimentary glass of premium wine.
 
Next, visit Old Cromwell Town (time and weather permitting), followed by a stunning drive through the Kawarau Gorge. Learn about the early pioneering history of this rugged region.
 
You will also see the historic Kawarau Bridge and the original AJ Hackett Bungy.
 
Please note: A full-day option of this tour is also available, which also includes a tour through New Zealand's largest underground wine cave and a tasting local cheeses at a local vineyard.

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Discover the uniqueness of Central Otago, the world's southernmost wine region and taste world-class cool climate wines. 
 
The Central Otago wine region spreads from the outskirts of Queenstown’s Wakatipu Basin through picturesque valleys and dramatic gorges to the rolling vine-clad foothills of Bannockburn and beyond.
 
This half-day wine tour will take you from Queenstown to the Gibbston Valley and through to Bannockburn and Cromwell, the heart of the Central Otago wine country.
 
You will be visiting 4 vineyards in Gibbston Valley, Cromwell and Bannockburn and enjoy wine tastings.
 
Enjoy a delightful local platter lunch at Carrick Winery restaurant or Wild Earth, paired with a complimentary glass of premium wine.
 
Next, visit Old Cromwell Town (time and weather permitting), followed by a stunning drive through the Kawarau Gorge. Learn about the early pioneering history of this rugged region.
 
You will also see the historic Kawarau Bridge and the original AJ Hackett Bungy.
 
Please note: A full-day option of this tour is also available, which also includes a tour through New Zealand's largest underground wine cave and a tasting local cheeses at a local vineyard.

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About this activity
Tour Timings
11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Group size
2 - 12
Languages
English
The meeting point
Hotels located in central Queenstown, Frankton Bus Shelter; The Station Building bus stop in Camp Street

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Includes
  • Visits to four vineyards 
  • Three wine tastings
  • Platter style lunch paired with glass of wine
  • Complimentary mineral water
  • Hotel pick-up in central Queenstown
  • Wine guide

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Full payment upon booking.

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellations within 48 hours of tour departure are non-refundable.

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Sarah

Discover Central Otago's great wines, local cuisine and learn about its fascinating pioneering history. Central Otago wine country is nestled amongst the spectacular foot hills of the Southern Alps with a perfect climate for producing world-class wines. Get fantastic insight into this remarkable region hosted by an expert, local guide. These small group tours include tasting some superb wines, an in-depth local history and sights commentary and relaxing over a sumptuous lunch, making a truly memorable day out in wine country.


Product ID: 42990

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