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Australia’s wine regions each possess a unique personality and we are excited to offer an array of experiences allowing you to immerse in the sights, sounds and flavours that set each region apart.
From the isolated coastal splendour of Margaret River, to Seppeltsfield's awe-inspiring Centennial Cellar to Hobart's extraordinary Museum of Old and New Art, we've curated a selection of experiences that celebrate both their unique locations and the wine regions they call home.
Where: Hobart, Tasmania
The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), is Australia’s largest privately-owned gallery and museum. Showcasing the diverse collection of its owner, Tasmanian gambler and maths nerd David Walsh, Mona exhibits everything from ancient Egyptian funerary objects and modernist masterpieces to a word waterfall and a machine that mimics the human digestive system. The Mona site—perched on the banks of the River Derwent, not far from Hobart—is also home to the Moorilla winery and vineyard, as well as luxury accommodation, bars, a restaurant and more.
The experiences commences at Hobart to Mona to board the high-speed ferry to Mona where the morning is yours to explore the subterranean depths of Mona's vast space.
After an art binge, it's lunchtime, head to Mona's multi award-winning restaurant for a lunch of seasonal local produce, matched with a glass of wine from Moorilla’s Muse or Praxis Series.
Fed and watered, you’ll then begin your behind-the-scenes tour of the winery and Moorilla’s vineyard (the second oldest in Tasmania). Delve into Moorilla’s backstory with your expert host and get acquainted with the finer points of old and new artisanal winemaking techniques. You’ll be treated to a tasting of ten different Moorilla wines—elegant, fragrant and often experimental—including a selection from their prestigious Cloth Label Series.
The experience concludes with the return ferry to Hobart.
Where: Margaret River, Western Australia
Margaret River is renowned for producing exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, along with Sauvignon Blanc Semillon. Join Voyager Estate for the Heroes of Margaret River Guided Tasting, where you’ll taste the latest releases and museum vintages of Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot, as well as two styles of Sauvignon Blanc Semillon as a comparative tasting. Sit back, relax and enjoy this guided tasting with a member of the knowledgeable Wine Room team as they talk you through the environmental factors that influence the grapes on the vine.
Next its into the restaurant for the famous four-course wine-paired Discovery Menu showcasing the finest Margaret River produce, and of course, some delicious Voyager Estate wines to match.
Where: Barossa Valley, South Australia
The ultimate tour at Seppeltsfield, the Centenary Tour is a once in a lifetime experience. Visit the Seppelt family homestead, followed by a private tasting of super-premium fortified wines. The tour culminates in the 1878 Centennial Cellar, where you will taste your birth year Tawny (direct from barrel) as well as the legendary 100 year old Para Vintage Tawny.
Perfect for lovers of premium fortified wines, this truly memorable experience will surprise and amaze. Over 130 years of history in Seppeltfield’s Centennial Cellar located in South Australia’s Barossa Valley - a world away from the established wine regions of Europe.
Where: King Valley, Victoria
Pizzini has been pioneering the growing and making of northern Italian wines in Victoria's King Valley since the mid-1980s and this passion and commitment continues today. The King Valley has now become known as Australia's home of Italian varietals.
Enjoy a structured tasting at the welcoming cellar door, experiencing both current and back vintage wines while discussing the Italian wine varietals and how vineyard site and the different ‘makers’ techniques have influenced wine styles over the years.
After your tasting, select a glass of wine to enjoy with a picnic basket in the gorgeous cellar door garden surrounded by lush mountain scenery.
Where: McLaren Vale, South Australia
The d’Arenberg Cube is a five storey multi-function building standing in striking contrast to its rural vineyard surrounds.
The building has the optical illusion of floating in the vineyard, each level with spectacular views over-looking the rolling hills of Willunga. Inside you’ll find a cellar door, a fine dining restaurant, and numerous artworks and features throughout curated by Chief Winemaker and fourth generation family member, Chester Osborn.
The experience begins in the Alternate Realties Museum on the ground floor, where a private hosted exploration will take you through a space filled with wall to wall art installations designed to excite and awaken your senses.
Next, a single vineyard flight will showcase a selection of 6 wines that capture the essence of a unique patch of dirt and speak volumes of the site and vintage, celebrating the importance of place and the art of winemaking. A selection of locally sourced cheeses will be served with your wine flight.