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Food and Wine-Tasting Tour of Waiheke Island from Auckland

Highlights
  • Taste wine across Waiheke Island for a comprehensive experience
  • Enjoy a vineyard lunch with amazing views
  • Guided tastings are a great way to learn about local wine
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Food and Wine-Tasting Tour of Waiheke Island from Auckland
From US$106,70
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10:30am Departure
Food and Wine-Tasting Tour of Waiheke Island from Auckland departing at 10:30am
From US$106,66
11am Departure
Food and Wine-Tasting Tour of Waiheke Island from Auckland departing at 11am
From US$106,66
10am Departure
Food and Wine-Tasting Tour of Waiheke Island from Auckland departing at 10am
From US$106,66
Overview
Waiheke Island has pristine forests and vineyards just a short ferry trip from the city, with a micro-climate that’s ideal for producing high-quality wines. This half-day Waiheke Island wine tour ensures you’ll experience the best of the gourmet enclave, enjoying included wine tastings at three hand-picked destinations, food pairings, and a vineyard lunch with harbor views.
What to Expect
Make your way to the Auckland Ferry Terminal, and then board the ferry for a scenic ride across Hauraki Gulf. Upon arrival at the Waiheki Island wharf, be greeted by a driver and start your wine-tasting tour by coach.

Your first stop of the day is Casita Miro, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant with vineyard views. Kick off the day with a wine tasting and food pairing. Next, head to Batch Winery, which boasts wonderful views across the Hauraki Gulf to Auckland City. Following a wine tour and tastings, sit down and enjoy a light lunch overlooking the vines.

After lunch, sample the award-winning olive oil at Rangihoua Estate, and wrap up the day with tastings at Dellows Waiheke, sipping house-made spirits or wine. This guided tour concludes with return transfer to the ferry terminal, with the option to use a complementary bus pass to keep exploring on your own.
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Wine, Olive oil, and great views

Spent a wonderful half day on this tour in November. Weather was amazing, the views were spectacular, and the wine was out of this world. After exiting the ferry were went into the main information building (I suggest you use the restroom as the next...More

Thank jennifer d
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Taste of Waiheke (Fullers)

A great day today! Three fabulous wineries (Stonyridge, Casita Miro and Mudbrick) as well as Rangihoua Olive Estate. All fantastic examples of what Waiheke has to offer in wine and welcoming hospitality. Our driver and tour guide was Evelyn, who was just terrific and full...More

Thank David_Moors_13
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Taste of Waiheke (Fullers) - great value

We purchased the wine tasting and lunch tour of Waiheke Island that departed from the Auckland Ferry Terminal at 11.00am. The tour included three wineries and an olive grove with lunch at one of the wineries. The guide was friendly and informative and the choice...More

Thank Ausanz
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile
Best day of our trip

We had the most beautiful day and excellent your guide. Be prepared for a windy ferry ride to the island but it's worth it. We stopped at a handful of wineries. We had lunch on the first stop. You could even buy full glasses of...More

Thank ebushkov
Reviewed 20 April 2018
A nice way to get a taste of Waiheke Island

We only had one free day, and we really wanted to try some of the wines on Waiheke. This tour made it easy to get there, get around the island, and try some wines. We really enjoyed all three wine stops, and our bus driver/guide...More

Thank gnschneider
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ebushkov
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Response from urn913 | Reviewed this property |
I think maybe between 2:30 & 3:00, a few people from the tour stayed on the island to do more touring etc as you had a ticket included for the hop on bus and you weren’t limited to the time you had to return by ferry. I hope... More
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