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Exhilarate your senses with food and wine tasting tour to Mornington Peninsula

by John V. Tour Operator
What better way to truly experience the lovely Mornington Peninsula than on a private winery tour with a close selection of family and friends! The region is full of incredible wineries and gourmet experiences. The seaside winery region has several world-famous and boutique wineries that define its unique ambience and character.

The region has a reputation built around excellent vintages of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, and you will even see some Tempranillo. Its climate is dominated by strong winds that constantly sweep across the land from Bass Strait and Port Philip Bay. Located in the South Eastern part of Victoria and set between Western Port Bay and Port Philip Bay, the peninsula is just an hour’s drive from Melbourne CBD.

Views to rival the Mediterranean

You can’t go wrong with a small group tour with up to 14 guests per wine and food tour. Admire the view as you pass through the sloping vineyards, orchards, and patchwork farmlands of the region.

Day-Tours offers a day long wine and food tour to Mornington Peninsula. Your friendly guide, a local expert will meet you and introduce you to the day at the start of your tour. The excitement then grows as you pass through the bayside suburbs and head inland for the first stop of the day.

You’ll be treated to a delicious 2-course gourmet lunch, followed by a decadent dessert accompanied by a glass wine at an award winning restaurant. After lunch, you will be driven to the seaside town of Finders which opens out to the wild Southern Ocean. Views from its beaches are simply breathtaking.

This reputed tour planner will work with you to create a memorable experience for you – wineries of choice, key locations; it’s all up to you. Just let them know what you want from your day, and they will customize your itinerary accordingly.

Travel in luxury

Day-Tours have luxury Mercedes mini coach which is fitted with comfortable seats offering ample leg room. USB charging ports are great to keep your devices charged so that you don’t miss that amazing photo opportunity, social media post or an important call. They will keep you cool and hydrated with onboard complimentary water. Refrigerator will keep your wine, cheese and other perishable items chilled for the journey. Other onboard facilities of the luxury mini coach include full height standing room, in build 14 inch DVD player and enclosed trailer for luggage.

Key highlights of the tour

  • Taste the best of the region’s wine, food and produce 
  • Informative hosts with extensive local knowledge 
  • Lots of fun and laughs along the way

A lot more awaits you

One of the life’s greatest pleasures is the Mornington Peninsula – a place where you can eat, drink, forage, sip, shop, tour and learn. A day-long tour of the region will reveal its love affair with wine, seafood and fresh produce. A day-long Mornington Peninsula wine and food tour is just the right choice for wine lovers, foodies and those who just want to view this most beautiful part of Victoria. You will find many hidden wine and food experiences throughout the region. To help you discover and explore them, Day-Tours have brought together the finest to create memorable experiences for you.

It’s a trip you won’t soon forget

At the end of a full day of tasting and supping wine and treating yourself to delicious food, there is one thing for you to do – enjoy the ride back to the city with a big smile on your face and memories to last for long.

A group photo taken with a professional SLR camera will be shared by email for you to print.

Mornington Peninsula wine tours are great value. Talk to a Day-Tours executive to customize your itinerary and receive quote or visit www.day-tours.com.au to get further updates. 


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About John V. Junior   Tour Operator

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Joined APSense since, June 14th, 2018, From Melbourne, Australia.

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