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Wine Tours 




All tours are tailored to suit the needs of your group* (four to seven persons). Pricing will vary according to lunch options and tasting fees.  Tours can run for half-day (5.5 hours), full-day (7.5 hours).


Half-day tour will be limited to the Ovens Valley wineries, while a visit to King Valley, Rutherglen or Beechworth will require a full day.  Tours include, pick up and drop off at your accommodation within Bright and its environs. Tour options will influence the number of wineries visited. 


Pick up for a Half Day tour is 11am with drop off around 4pm. For a Full Day tour, pick up is 10am with drop off around 5:30pm.




Half Day: From $120pp

Full Day: From $150pp


*Please note: A minimum group of 4 persons is required to book tours. Prices will vary depending on dining options, and number of persons. 

Wine tours Bright Victoria



A Taste of the Ovens Valley: 


Visiting old tobacco and gold mining country, you will find a number of great wineries, including Gapsted, Ringer Reef, Billy Button wines and much more.  


Wine tours Bright Victoria
A Taste Of The King Valley:

Apart from many fine wineries which focus on ‘alternate’ varietals from Wood Park Wines at Milawa through to Chrismont Wines at Cheshunt, we also celebrate their Italian heritage – Pizzini, Dal Zotto, Corsini and Politini. 


Ideally we will visit a maximum of four wineries for a tasting, with lunch at one of these wineries –  Gracebrook, Dal Zotto or Chrismont have excellent food.


A Taste Of Beechworth:


One of Victoria’s best preserved nineteenth century towns is also home to some of North East’s best restaurants and iconic wineries. Many of the wineries do not have cellar doors, but we are happy to make special appointments for you.  Options abound for a great day out.

Wine tours Bright Victoria
A Taste of RuthergLen:
One of Australia's oldest, and unique wine regions, Rutherglen is famous for its incomparable fortified wines.  After a brief flurry of gold-mining activity in the 1850s, winemakers quickly realised Rutherglen's hot, dryish climate is perfect for producing  the fortified dessert wines, that were so popular in Victorian England.  Their Muscats and Topaques (Tokays) are rightly world-famous. A visit to this historic region, provides a perfect contrast to the modern, and adventurous wine-making taking place in the Alpine Valleys.  Think  Morris, Stanton & Killeen, Jones, All Saints, Campbells and Pfeiffer, and you get an idea of the iconic wineries, you can visit.


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