A Full-Day Wellington and Martinborough Wine Tour, one of New Zealand’s renowned wine growing regions, via the Hutt Valley and through the remarkable and majestic Rimutaka Ranges.
Once in Martinborough you will have the opportunity to visit 2 vineyards before stopping for your light a la carte lunch. At completion of your lunch you will visit another two vineyards before travelling to Greytown. Before returning to Wellington your final stop will be at Schoc – Chocolate shop.
An opportunity to explore the Martinborough Wine Region whilst visiting Wellington. A tour which will offer you some fine New Zealand wines in a relaxing atmosphere of some boutique wineries coupled with some spectacular scenery through Wellington, The Rimutaka Ranges and the Wairarapa Region of New Zealand.
This tour travels north east from Wellington towards Martinborough, one of New Zealand’s renowned wine growing regions. Firstly you will pass through the Hutt Valley and through the remarkable and majestic Rimutaka Ranges as your tour director points out relevant history to sites and landmarks.
You will stop briefly at Featherston for coffee (at guests own cost), after refreshments you will continue your tour to Martinborough where you will have the opportunity to visit 2 vineyards before stopping for your light a la carte lunch.
At completion of your lunch you will visit another two vineyards before travelling to Greytown – Rediscovered and revived in the late 1990s. You will have 30 to 40 minutes at your leisure to explore chic cafes, boutiques, galleries and antique shops. Before returning to Wellington your final stop will be at Schoc – Chocolate shop.
The tour departs at 9:00am.
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