How to go Wine Tasting in Marlborough

Grapes growing on a Marlborough Vineyard

Marlborough is one of New Zealand’s best wine growing regions, enjoying high sunshine hours and a temperate climate, all combined with some amazing scenery. There’s so much you can do here, an exquisite Marlborough wine tasting experience being one of the best local experiences.

If you love wine – or even liquors and beers – then joining a wine tasting tour is a great way to taste a huge range of delicious wines, while also learning heaps about the wine making process. Wine tours take you to some of the best vineyards in the region, and show you the grapes growing on the grape plant, how they are harvested, how they are made into wine and even where they are stored. 

Whatever your preference of wine – red, white, bubbly – they are made right here in Marlborough, and we can take you to taste them!

Marlborough is New Zealand’s largest wine growing region and home to the world-renowned sauvignon blanc.

Some of the wines included on our wine tasting tours include: 
Marlborough Wines

  • Pinot Noir
  • Riesling
  • Pinot Gris
  • Gertwurztraminer
  • Chardonnay
  • Merlot
  • Delicious dessert wine
  • Liqueurs
  • And many others!

Follow the Marlborough wine trail with us in the comfort of our luxurious Mercedes van. You will see some unique architecture, meet some fantastic people and enjoy delicious food.

Our wine tour packages don’t run to a pre-arranged schedule of visits, we work with you to give you a fun-filled, “unforgetabubble” day of Marlborough taste sensations.

There’s something for everyone!

Drinking age in New Zealand is 18 years of age. Passport or Drivers Licence is required if you look under 25.

More than just wine, Marlborough is a beautiful place to stay and explore. Nearby, the Marlborough Sounds are a world-renowned attraction. Here you can take a cruise, kayak around the islands, swim with dolphins, go diving, fishing or hiking. The Queen Charlotte Track is a popular hiking trail that winds its way through native forest, along ridges with stunning views, and beside idyllic coves.