Cork 'n Fork Winery Tours Pty Ltd

Multiple Locations

Cork n' Fork Winery Tours is a small family business of exclusive wine tours, they are available seven days a week. They usually visit five locations and if the group is not too large, the Tamborine Mountain Distillery, tasting fees are included and so is a delicious two course lunch, tea and coffee, at one of the vineyard restaurants.

They offer running commentary of the region and the wineries being visited, with cheese and crackers on board between venues. You will be offered a minimum of five to eight different wines and a couple of fortified wines at each vineyard. The etiquette of wine tasting and the different flavour and aromas of the wines are explained to everyone along the way, so it is not only a fun day out, but an informative one as well.

Perfect for people who don’t know a great deal about wines or think they don’t like wine to be able to give their taste buds a workout! They also offer three-quarter and half-day tours, just call to discuss the best tour option for you. Once you have decided on a day for a tour please call or email to book.

Our Tours

Full Day Wine Tour

This is their premier and most popular wine tour experience. Great for couples or small groups they visit five locations of wineries, vineyards and cellar doors. They include a delicious two course lunch at a winery restaurant, all tasting fees, cheese and crackers between venues with door to door pick up (whenever possible).

Time for this tour is usually from 9am-approximately 4.30pm (depending on the drinking)!

Indicative rates

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