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Queenstown Wine Trail

160 Gorge Road | Cenral Otago, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
+64 3-441 3990
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Making wine personal.... Join Queenstown's original wine tour. Enjoy spectacular scenery, fascinating local history and more importantly taste some great wines,in particular our Pinot Noir. Tours depart daily from Queenstown all year round. Our guides have local knowledge and a great relationship with vineyard personal.Our tours are relaxed, personalised and visit a selection of boutique wineries. We keep our tours small and travelling time to a minimum, so there is plenty of time for you to sample fine wine, food and local cheeses whilst interacting with winery personnel. For those who prefer the exclusivity of a private guide and vehicle, we offer full and half day tours exploring the wine areas of Gibbston Valley and Bannockburn. Our Wine Tours can be combined with a Jet Boat ride, Helicopter flight or the ultimate relaxation package, try our spa and wine experience. We offer complimentary pick up and drop off from accommodation or central Queenstown
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160 Gorge Road | Cenral Otago, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
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Reviewed 24 April 2016

Great tour with a lovely guide, Ivan, who was really knowledgeable about the area. Food and wine at Wild Earth and Gibbston Valley also excellent of course! I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and meeting other travellers - there weren't any wine snobs!

Thank Sheena G
Reviewed 22 April 2016

This Wine Tour was great! The staff were so friendly and helpful and made for a really enjoyable day. The wineries we visited were beautiful, with great food and wine. A really nice way to see more of the Queenstown area while enjoying delicious wine.

Thank pajs123
Reviewed 20 April 2016

We visited two wineries, Wild Earth and Gibbston Valley. Both small establishments but the food was excellent at the first and the guide talked us through wine matches. Gibbston Valley also excellent once again an excellent tour guide very knowledgeable and helpful. A cheese match...More

Thank IvanovichC
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

Visited 5 vineyards with excellent insight of each by our guide and driver. Some wines great done not so great as expected. However most of vineyards gave us time and discussion. Only one where we felt rushed. Liked that several vineyards were small and actually...More

Thank howard_dorothy
Reviewed 27 March 2016

A Great trip and good food and wine tasting with Jennie as our host and guide we had a fantastic experience.

Thank Gideon64
Reviewed 25 March 2016

A good tour, we were picked up by Jenni our guide at about 12.15 and returned to Queenstown about 5.30. During the ride out to the Gibson valley Jenni gave us quite a bit of information both regarding the Wineries and the local area. The...More

Thank Llewellyn2014
Reviewed 20 March 2016

We booked a food and wine tour in Gibston Valley with one of the tour shops. The 'tours' were minimal, but we loved meeting new people and getting to try all the different wine and food pairings!

Thank rosiesiman
Reviewed 20 March 2016

We were picked up promptly from where we were staying by Jennie, who explained the trip. Everything was presented exactly as per their leaflet. Brilliant info re the area and how the vineyards started was we drove to the first vineyard. Lunch was delicious and...More

Thank carolmilescsg
Reviewed 18 March 2016

I went on the 1/2 day tour, which went to wineries in the Gibbston valley and it was excellent. Our guide Peter was very knowledgeable on both the region and the wines and also had a good sense of humor and aso advised me of...More

Thank Irish_Kiwi77
Reviewed 16 March 2016 via mobile

Thank you Peter (our friendly, wine expert, tour guide). The tour was such a pleasant experience that I am more than happy to recommend it. Pai rawa atu! Awesome!

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MChrisp
Hi Everyone, I'm visiting Queenstown in mid-August with my boyfriend and we're excited to visit the Queenstown Wine Trail for the first time. We've hired bikes from Arrowtown, and have decided that doing a day self-guided is better for us rather than adhering to a tour. We are taking the bus in from Queenstown and then hiring the bikes from 11am - 3pm. Could anyone help me with my questions: 1. How far do you think we could go on the trail before we'd need to turn back? 2. Is it possible in that time to loop back around via Lake Hayes, or would we not have enough time? 3. How many wineries / what wineries would you suggest that we visit in the time that we have? 4. Has anyone done the trail during that time of year (Winter)? And should we prepare for it / wear quite warm clothes etc? Thanks so much!!
4 July 2017|
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Response from qwinetrail | Property representative |
Hi, Thanks for your enquiry. We are a wine tour operator that takes people around Gibbston Valley in our van and don't have much to do with cycling hire/tours. However from experience I would say that you would need to allow... More
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mcmillanlois
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Response from howard_dorothy | Reviewed this property |
Many are small vineyard independent owners. Websites should answer your questions
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