Mornington Chauffeured Limousines can make your wine tour on the Mornington Peninsula a special event.
For hire are the 10 seater luxury mini bus or sleek Chrysler 300C sedan with a private driver who knows the Peninsula well.
Mornington Chauffeured Limousines can arrange the tour around your needs or follow your agenda for the day. With many new wineries opening on the Peninsula, the variety of tastings is many and varied.
This tour features a visit to the famous Red Hill Cheese. Red Hill Cheese is open weekends and public holidays. Tours are normally four to five hours depending where your accommodation is located.
Packages start from two and a half hours and will be quoted on an individual basis.
|$220.00 - $660.00|
Mornington Chauffeured Limousines is a family run business with drivers fully accredited with the Taxi Services Commission. Mornington Chauffeured Limousines will collect you from your home, accommodation and even the Airport.
Having lived in Mornington for over 40 years and seen the food and wine culture take off on the Peninsula, Mornington Chauffeured Limousines are happy to make suggestions on the best places to suit your needs. Whether it's a boutique winery or a love for chocolate and cheeses, Mornington Chauffeured Limousines can tailor a tour perfect for your group.
Depending on how many guests on your tour, Mornington Chauffeured Limousines can accommodate 10 to 21 people in the luxury Volkswagen mini bus/ Toyota coach or for a more intimate occasion you can opt to be transported in a sleek Chrysler 300C sedan.
If you wish to bring a picnic lunch Mornington Chauffeured Limousines will find the perfect spot to relax and eat. Children are welcome on tours and if required child safety seats can be provided. Tours generally run for four to five hours however an itinerary can be created to suit your needs.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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