Wine, Brews and Views Tour
Book / Enquire Tour » Nelson is well known for its award winning local wines and Craft Beer. It is New Zealand's only hop growing area and we travel through the beautiful grape growing, hop growing, berry growing and orchard areas, to visit the tasting locations.
We visit two award winning wineries for wine tasting then a scenic drive to NZ's Oldest Pub (built in 1850 by early German settler Cordt Bensemann) in the rural Hop growing region of Nelson. There you can enjoy a tray of local craft brews and ciders OR if you prefer, a glass of beautiful Moutere wine grown in the Moutere clays. We will also visit at least one other boutique brewery / cidery or add another wine stop on the way home. Wine Brews and definitely a lot of Views!
Did you know that Nelson is home to more craft brewers per head than anywhere else in NZ?
There is a stop along the way at historic Port Mapua (previously an important export shipping port for the Nelson apple crop) where you can enjoy a bite to eat or simply wander the boutique shops and galleries on the wharf?
Please note that lunch is at your own cost. (TIP: the NZ Ice Cream at Hamish's Café is superb!). It is a fun day out with friendly informative guides. We hope you can join us!
This tour is approximately 5 hours, including pick-up and drop-off from your Nelson accommodation. First pick up time is 11.00am. All wine and beer tasting costs are included in the booking.
Please note we need a minimum of two persons on tours.
Cancellation Policy: Up to 5 days before=Re-ticketing at no extra cost OR refund less 20% transaction fee. If cancelled within 5 days of tour there is nil refund.
|Price||NZ$150 per person|
|Departure*||11.00am Nelson city|
|Min people required||0|
*Departure is timed from first pick-up point. All pick- ups are from clients' accommodation within the city area unless otherwise arranged.
**Unless otherwise stated, all meals at clients own cost.
Child policy: 0-12years half price, 12 years and over, full price.
No tours Christmas day, Boxing day, January 1 & 2, Waitangi day, ANZAC day, Easter Friday and Easter Monday. Winter Hours may vary.