When do your public tours run?
Our public winery tours run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
What do I need to wear?
Smart casual is best. As long as you look neat and tidy, there aren’t any problems. The Mt Tamborine area can get cold, it is advisable to bring some warm clothing.
Where’s your pick-up location?
Hotel and CBD pick-up locations can also be arranged.
Are you allowed to get drunk?
We encourage our guests to enjoy their wine and have fun. Each venue has a responsible service of alcohol policy and can refuse to serve you if they think you’ve had too much to drink.
Can we drink on the bus?
The law dictates that the consumption of alcohol in a moving vehicle is not allowed. So far, we haven’t had anyone say they could have done with more wines on the tour, so we’re confident you’ll be happy.
Can I take wine home with me?
Absolutely! That’s part of the idea, so you can discover new wines and enjoy them at a later date.
How do I book?
Booking online is the best way to pay and secure your seat on the tour.
How many people do you need for a private tour to go ahead?
Eight is the generally the minimum number for our tours, but we have held tours with fewer participants.
Is there are minimum number of people for the public tour to run?
Our public tour requires a minimum of six people to run. If tours have less than six people we reserve the right to cancel to the tour. However, we will always seek to place you on an alternative tour.
What if I have any dietary requirements or allergies?
No problem at all. Just let us know so we can make the arrangements
How do I organise a private group tour?
Simply get in touch and we tailor a tour to suit your specific needs.
Some things worth keeping in mind:
A $300 deposit is required to book your date.
The remainder is required 2 week prior to the tour.
We’ll organise a one or two pick-up locations to suit your group