HunterValley

Hunter Valley Wine Tours

Get a taste of the high like during a luxurious Hunter Valley Wine tours!  Situated in the Sydney Basin, It is known for its numerous vineyards, wineries, and cellar doors.  And, it’s no surprise that taking a wine tasting trip in Hunter Valley ranks among the most popular activities in the area. But, you’ll also discover a number of other Valley attractions!  Among those are top-notch resorts and gourmet restaurants. Many tourists participate in a Winery Visit, Wine Tastings, and Lunch at Hunter Resort. Others prefer a somewhat longer Hunter Valley experience and embark on a 2-day Hunter Valley Wine Tours from Sydney.  And, those visitors who are fascinated by the wine-making process often take the Small Group Wine Tour from Sydney, which takes you behind the scenes at boutique wineries, includes delightful tastings, and an unbelievable gourmet lunch. It’s what to do here if you want to experience everything that wine country has to offer!
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Our tips for Hunter Valley

OUR TIPS FOR HUNTER VALLEY

  • Book Ahead.Some of the more popular wineries become fully booked for months at a time.So, try booking online and feel reassured that you’ll have a seat reserved when it comes time to visit. 
  • Off the Grid.Consider buying a map.It might seem like a surprising bit of advice in 2019; but, in some patches of Hunter Valley, you can’t get a signal.So, your phone’s GPS will not work!
  • Get Some Wheels.Unless you’ve booked a Hunter Valley tour that includes transportation, you’ll find it difficult to get around.Calling a cab to go out to dinner results in a 30-minute wait time.So, if you’re travelling on your own, you might want to think about renting a car.

Good to know

  • The best time to visit Hunter Valley, like all wine regions, is late spring and early summer.  So, south of the equator, that’s November, December, and January.
  • During these months, brand-new, baby grapes are just starting to emerge the personnel at most wineries have a hard time finding enough work to keep busy. 
  • Thus, you can expect highly attentive service, appreciative servers, and unrushed explanations of the entire process of making wine, from seedling to your wine glass. 
  • On the other side of the spectrum, if you book your Hunter Valley sightseeing trip during the fall, you’ll discover that winery employees have their hands full with harvesting, pressing, and fermenting the wine grapes. 
  • So, please forgive the winery staff if they seem a bit frazzled.  In terms of weather, spring and early summer are probably the most pleasant, depending on your preferences. 
  • Do avoid the high heat of summer if you’re sensitive to high temperatures and humidity. 
  • Lastly, check the calendar for school holidays because the wineries can become rather crowded once the college kids finish their exams.

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