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King Valley Prosecco Road Walks

A chance to take a stunning walk through the wonderful countryside of the King Valley, finishing at one of the oldest and best known wineries: Dal Zotto.  The Dal Zotto family is a King Valley institution producing consistently high quality wines and were the first in Australia to produce Prosecco.   Experience the pristine bush land of the upper King Valley and majestic views of the Alps beyond. Enjoy a private visit to the winery, a fabulously indulgent lunch and an opportunity to meet and chat to the wine maker.   

 

Cost:
$165.00 per person

The price includes GST and represents the true cost.  No hidden extras.

What's Included?
  •       Transfers to start of walk and return to Cellar Door
  •       Fully-guided walk with Hedonistic Hiking
  •       Indulgent gourmet lunch at the winery
  •       Private tasting and chance to meet the winemakers
Tour Dates
14th February 2015
21st March 2015
Itinerary

The day starts at the Dal Zotto Cellar Door in Whitfield at 10am.

There is a short transfer to the beginning of walk (15 mins) and then we follow a gravel road through native forest.  Moving onto smaller tracks we pass evidence of former mining activity before coming out to open countryside.  After a short climb we descend into the vineyards of the Dal Zotto estate where we meet a member of their family to talk about the Italian origins of Prosecco and explain how they grow it today in the King Valley.   The full walk is 6.8 km.

Lunch is in the winery during which there is a chance to taste Prosecco and other wines from the Dal Zotto vineyards.   To learn more about Prosecco see our recent Blog.

At around 3pm we transfer back to the Cellar Door where the day ends.

Click here for a list of accommodation ideas in Whitfield and around the King Valley area.  Book early to avoid disappointment!



Extra Info

To see how we grade the walking we have a simple comparison of all our tours taking into account ascents/descents, distances and terrain.

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Walking Gear
For helpful hints on what to wear, visit our Kit List page.


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