Bike The Wineries Half Day Self Guided Tour, Queenstown, NZ

Minimal riding and maximum winery time.
We will pick up the wine you buy.
Taste as many wines as you like. We’re driving.
We’ll pick you up from your winery of choice.
We’ll get you sorted with everything before you ride.
You’ll probably get to an extra winery or two if you upgrade to an E-bike… why not.

Bike The Wineries Half Day begins with an afternoon pick up from our shop at 9 Duke Street in central Queenstown and a scenic transfer to the Kawarau Suspension Bridge, the home of bungy and the beginning of the Gibbston Wine Region.

After bike fitting and helpful winery and trail information from your knowledgeable driver, you’re free to set off riding the Gibbston River Trail at your leisure. Use our informative trail map with exclusive offers to visit as many of the amazing venues on offer. There are wineries, a cheesery, a brewery and a tavern linked throughout this section of easy riding trail.

We will pick you up from the Gibbston Tavern (or another pre-arranged point in the valley) for your relaxing vehicle transfer back to Queenstown. Total biking distance is 5-12 kms depending on how many wineries you wish to visit.

Make the most of your time. Upgrade to an electric bike it’s only $50 more…

Our Half Day Bike The Wineries Tour is recommended for those on a tight time schedule who can’t afford the luxury of doing our 3/4 day or full day winery tour while in Queenstown.

Please note: tastings are not included.

Summer Itinerary (1st October – 30th April)

1

1:00 PM Departure

Shuttle with us from Queenstown out to the Karawau Bungy Bridge, located at the entrance of the Gibbston Valley Wine Region and the first Bungy jump in the world.
2

1:30 PM Briefing

Upon arriving at the Bungy Bridge your driver will provide you with a detailed briefing covering bike safety, pick up details and information about the wineries.
3

4:30 PM: Pick-up Time

Shuttle departure from the Gibbston Tavern, dropping you back to Queenstown at approximately 5:00 PM

Winter Itinerary (1st May – 30th September)

1

12:00 Noon Departure

Shuttle with us from Queenstown out to the Karawau Bungy Bridge, located at the entrance of the Gibbston Valley Wine Region and the first Bungy jump in the world.
2

12:30 PM Briefing

Upon arriving at the Bungy Bridge your driver will provide you with a detailed briefing covering bike safety, pick up details and information about the wineries.
3

4:00 PM: Pick-up Time

Shuttle departure from the Gibbston Tavern, dropping you back to Queenstown at approximately 4:30 PM

Departure / Return Location 9 Duke Street (meet outside during Winter)
Departure Time Summer (Oct-Apr) 1 PM / Winter (May-Sep) 12 Noon
Return Time Summer 5 PM / Winter 4.30 PM
Ride Distance Approx 4-10 km
Wear Comfortable athletic clothing and shoes (gloves for winter)
Included Quality Mountain Bike Helmet Shuttle Service Wine Purchase Pick Up’s Wine Trail Map
Not Included Wine Tastings Food A Guide Riding The Trail With You

Venues on offer in the Gibbston Valley: Wineries, beer and cheese.

Chard Farm

A stunning setting down a historic gravel road. The effort made to visit Chard Farm is always worthwhile.

Kinross Wines

A stunning setting with a lovely outdoor area to enjoy. Great food and wine are available here.

Gibbston Valley Winery

The most well known winery in the valley. Enjoy their cheesery or visit the cellar door for a tasting. Beautiful outdoor area to be enjoyed.

Cargo Brewery

Based in an old church, backing onto a large grass area stacked with games, Cargo is a great spot to hang out. It is a real highlight for both the wine and the beer drinker.

Peregrine Winery

Elegant and professional. Peregrine is a place for tastings only. They don’t serve food or wine by the glass here.

Mt Rosa

Full of personality, Mt Rosa is located at the end of the valley and is certainly worth the effort to visit. Tastings here are extensive, so allow approximately 40min.

Brennan Wines

A great place to visit, Brennan is located at the end of the valley. While you’re here, have a go at petanque.

Gibbston Tavern

Our standard pick up location for a reason. The tavern is full of character and serves delicious wood fire pizza. A great place to relax.

Cargo Brewery, Gibbston
Biking through the wineries, near Cargo Brewery
Wine tasting and cheese platters, all the motivation you need to get on your bike!
The Gibbston Tavern, Queenstown
The Gibbston Tavern, near Queenstown
Enjoying the goods at one of the wineries
Bikes and wine. What more could you want!
Riding beside epic scenery in the Gibbston Wine Valley

Bike The Wineries Half Day Self Guided Tour, Queenstown, NZ

Minimal riding and maximum winery time.
We will pick up the wine you buy.
Taste as many wines as you like. We’re driving.
We’ll pick you up from your winery of choice.
We’ll get you sorted with everything before you ride.
You’ll probably get to an extra winery or two if you upgrade to an E-bike… why not.

Bike The Wineries Half Day begins with an afternoon pick up from our shop at 9 Duke Street in central Queenstown and a scenic transfer to the Kawarau Suspension Bridge, the home of bungy and the beginning of the Gibbston Wine Region.

After bike fitting and helpful winery and trail information from your knowledgeable driver, you’re free to set off riding the Gibbston River Trail at your leisure. Use our informative trail map with exclusive offers to visit as many of the amazing venues on offer. There are wineries, a cheesery, a brewery and a tavern linked throughout this section of easy riding trail.

We will pick you up from the Gibbston Tavern (or another pre-arranged point in the valley) for your relaxing vehicle transfer back to Queenstown. Total biking distance is 5-12 kms depending on how many wineries you wish to visit.

Make the most of your time. Upgrade to an electric bike it’s only $50 more…

Our Half Day Bike The Wineries Tour is recommended for those on a tight time schedule who can’t afford the luxury of doing our 3/4 day or full day winery tour while in Queenstown.

Please note: tastings are not included.

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