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Explore Victoria’s wine country and wildlife on a combo tour of the historic Tahbilk Winery followed by an eco wetlands walk. Learn about traditional and modern wine-making methods at one of Australia’s oldest wineries, and then try your hand at blending your own bottle of wine to take home. A 3-course lunch of inspired seasonal cuisine, paired with wine and served overlooking the wetlands, rounds out a delightful day in the country.

Highlights

  • 5-hour winery and wetlands tour at the historic Tahbilk Winery
  • Take a guided tour of one of Australia's oldest wineries
  • Blend a bottle of signature wine to take home during a winemaking workshop
  • Includes a 3-course lunch with wine pairings overlooking neighboring wetlands
  • Spot native wildlife and learn about preservation efforts on a guided wetlands tour
  • Unique way to experience Victoria's country life

What You Can Expect

Tahbilk Winery and Wetlands Tour with Local Wine Ambassador Including Lunch, Wine Tasting and a Wine Making Class

Enjoy a guided ecology walk

Make your own way to the Tahbilk Winery, located about 75 miles (120 km) north of Melbourne in a beautiful wetlands setting. Operating since 1860, this historic family-run estate is one of Australia’s oldest wineries. Take a tour of the facilities guided by a wine ambassador to learn about the history of Tahbilk and how its winemakers combine time-tested methods with modern innovations to produce excellent wines.

Then, experience the fine art of winemaking firsthand with a blending workshop to create your own signature wine. Bottle and cork your creation in a 750 mL vessel to take home and enjoy later.

Midday, taste how Tahbilk’s wines are perfectly paired with various dishes during a 3-course lunch at the on-site Wetlands Café, a relaxing dining spot overlooking the neighboring marsh. A wine ambassador will again be on hand to serve a red and white wine and guide you through an appreciation of their characteristics and flavor profiles.

In the afternoon, get back to nature with a guided eco walk along a wetlands trail. Learn about the endangered animal and plant species that make their home here and how the winery is working in tandem with preservation efforts to protect the fragile habitat.

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