Hunter Valley Wine Tour
If you are really particular about the color, taste and age of your wine, Hunter Valley wine tour can be a plan for your choice. However, those who would not like to call themselves wine connoisseurs can also enjoy the nature in best of moods and temper with rivers and meadows, which is too commonplace during Hunter Valley wine tour. You may choose to enjoy the Australian hi-life with wine-tasting and fine-dining, or you may choose to explore the hidden secrets of the city, which region.
Though the wine-nation provides best of vintage products for the wine-lovers, it also offers informative and entertaining wine tours. So if Hunter Valley wine tours is the next thing in your calendar, make sure you go through this article, which comes with some handy information about what-to-do and where-to-go things in Hunter valley.
Places to go and things to do
Famous for its Shiraz, Semillon and cabernet Sauvignon, Hunter valley is premium wine region. The wine tour is incomplete without a visit to Moorebank private Vineyard, Sandalyn Wilderness Estate, Tintilla Estate wines and Adina vine yards. After a visit to these wineries and vine yards, you may safely pay attention to other activities in the valley. A visit is not only trailing by the serene vine yards or wine-cellars, you may enjoy wine-tasting to your heart’s content and also participate in making that perfect red heavenly drop by doing som wine crushing (allowed only in some wineries).
Many activities like hot-air balloon ride, helicopter and jet ride and much more can be done and enjoyed. While hot air balloons ride can be really blissful, the helicopter or jet ride can bring out the fighter and adventure lover in you.
Famous for its horse breeding farms, Hunter valley is an apt place for horse riding. Explore the safari on a horse back or take a comfortable carriage ride while enjoying your cheese. What better than visiting boutique wineries on a horse back and getting to taste your wine the cow-boy style.
Check out spas like – The Spa at Chateau Elan at the Vintage or Zen hair Skin Body to unwind after a tiring and entertaining exploration of the valley and be reday for the next eventful day.
Mix adventure with wine- tasting, as reach out to your favorite wineries on bicycle. You get it on hire from Grapemobile Bicycle Hire or Hunter Valley Cycling. Peddle through the ups and downs of the nature as you proceed towards your favorite cheese or wine tasting venue.
Maitland Gaol, the 150 years-old prison is now open for visitors and it tell tales of convicts who stayed there and the historic escapes. Richmond Vale Railways Museum too offers an informative peek into railways and mining heritage of Hunter valley.
If food, especially cheese is something that you are looking for, head straight to Lovedale Smokehouse, which serves best of cheese and local food.
Bush walk or do some fishing, at Hunter Valley, it is difficult to not do anything. If not anything else, some of the most beautiful wineries and vineyards picnic can keep your busy.
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