Our family has a bliss with our guide, Jordan for today Yarra Valley tour. The wines and chocolates are excellent. Highly recommend!
Explore the best the Yarra Valley has to offer on this small-group food and wine ecotour from Melbourne. In addition to wine tastings at renowned De Bortoli—one of Australia’s largest wine producers—and Yering Station, you’ll relish lunch at Rochford Winery. This tour also showcases other Yarra Valley gourmet artisans and local farmers with delicious and informative fruit, juice, cheese, and chocolate tastings.
After pickup from your Melbourne hotel, head to the Yarra Valley to begin your food and wine ecotour.
Start off at Yarra Farm Fresh to sample a variety of apples and fresh juices that are produced at this third-generation, artisan orchard. Continue on to one of Yarra Valley’s most iconic wineries, De Bortoli, to taste their incredible line of cool-climate wines. Learn about the winemaking process and a bit about wine basics in their cellar.
Next up is Yarra Valley Dairy for a sampling of regional cheeses before you head off to Rochford Wines for a lovely lunch paired with one of their wines. Digest on your way to Yering Station for another tasting from this premier wine region.
Your sweet tooth will relish the tour’s final stop—at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery to sample some of their delicious handmade chocolates—before heading back to your Melbourne hotel.
Had the best trip with Joel around the Yarra Valley wine trip. Great wine and food..cheese and chocolates. The scenery was fantastic and Joel was outstanding. Definitely a to do trip when visiting Melbourne.
Tour guide Jordan was fantastic. Nothing was too much trouble for him. Extremely knowledgeable, friendly and professional. This tour was a mix of food tasting of local products and wine tasting. All the places we visited were great and the Yarra Valley scenery was brilliant....More
We were collected outside our hotel by Mel, our guide for the day, who proved to be an absolute star! Our group was 19 in number and as diverse as it is possible to be. Mel immediately set about introducing us all, as we drove...More