Wine Tours A wine tasting tour is often on the agenda if you’re visiting a wine growing region such as Cape Town or Sydney. You may get to sample the local tipple on offer in hotels or restaurants, but there’s nothing quite like taking in the views of the vineyard and seeing how the wine is manufactured from grape to bottle. Why should you try our wine activities? For many people, one of the best feelings when travelling is letting your hair down and enjoying a drink or two. A winery or brewery tour is a great way to discover new tastes while finding out more about the wine making process and the local communities which contribute to it. Our wine tour experiences often include gourmet food too so they’re a real treat to look forward to in your itinerary. What type of wine tours do we offer? Wineries and vineyards around the world are completely different, but we’ve handpicked tours and activities which cater for everyone. Whether you prefer Shiraz or Chardonnay, we’ve got you covered. A lot of our wine tasting tours also include lunch and stop offs at brilliant view points, so it’s a memorable day out for all. Here’s an idea of the types of vineyard tours on offer and how they vary: Gourmet Hunter Valley Experience One for true foodies, this two day gourmet adventure will take you all over the stunning Hunter Valley wine region. Your private guide will take you to the region’s finest breweries, wineries and distilleries to sample organic spirits, craft beers and boutique wine. You’ll also have the option to join in other activities, such as a segway tour. Screw it Wine Tour, Cape Town Visit two wineries off the beaten track in this fun and intimate Cape Town wine tour. You’ll enjoy award winning wines whilst tucking in to a fresh picnic of homemade farmhouse treats whilst taking in the beautiful scenery. Wine, Beer and Biltong Adventure This tour truly allows you to get to know South Africa through its food, wine and beer. Featuring microbreweries, cellar tours and tastings, there’s also an intriguing element – biltong and wine pairing. The extensive Cape tour is finished off with a traditional Braai (BBQ) to soak up all the alcohol! If you’d like to experience a wine tour on your next trip, let our local ambassadors guide you to the recommended vineyards.