Half day Swan Valley Wine Adventure
This is the perfect wine tour for people who want to experience some of the best wines that the Swan Valley offers, within an afternoon.
On this small group, half day wine adventure in the Swan Valley, we visit three wineries that are all family owned, and have been hand-picked by your Tour Guide for their quality and history within the region. Take time to discuss the wines – sometimes with the winemaker themselves – and learn about the Swan Valley’s history as Australia’s second oldest wine growing region.
The wineries we select can change daily to ensure that you get the best possible experience on each day, and at each winery, and our guaranteed small groups mean that we have access to wineries that won’t accommodate the big tour buses – so you get away from the regular beaten path and receive a more memorable and intimate tasting experience.
All wine tastings are included in your tour, including reserve and award winning wines, and you will have the chance to sample well over 30 wines – if you are up to the challenge; everything from a Verdelho to a Durif to a Muscat. Most of the wines you will try are produced small batch, so the only place you can find them is at the cellar door.
The afternoon is set at a relaxed pace so that we have plenty of time for questions and discussion, and you will also enjoy an included afternoon cheese platter to compliment your wine tasting.
While we may be serious about our wine, you can rest assured this is definitely a fun afternoon discovering the real gems of the Swan Valley.
Our tours are guaranteed to be a maximum of 12 people, so that you get a personal and memorable experience.
- Pick-up from your hotel (City/Northbridge/Crown Perth), central meeting point or Guildford
- All wine tastings including Reserve wines
- Afternoon cheese platter
- A super friendly, local and knowledgeable guide
- Comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle
- Bottled water
- Umbrellas & SPF50+ Sunscreen
- Good times
Pick-up Time: Approximate 12.30pm
Drop-off Time: Approximate 5.30pm