Gisborne Scenic Tours – Cruise Ship Vineyard Winery Historical Building
With the increased amount of cruise ships into Gisborne, and travellers looking to experience something unique and affordable. We have put together an affordable, special unique cruise ship vineyard and winery tour.
The Cruise Ship Tour starts from town with a drive up Gisborne’s best viewing spot of the City and Harbour – Kaiti Hill, where we then give a brief historical narration of the discovery of NZ by Captain Cook.
We then drive to Trinity Holy Church for a guided historical building tour, viewing the stained glass and this beautiful 100 year old building.
Then out to Wrights Vineyard and Winery in Manutuke, a working winery, with a cellar door, cafe, producing wines from certified organic grapes.
Cruise Ship Tour – Visiting a Winery, Vineyard Gisborne
A personal tour by the winemaker of the winery, experience tasting the wines direct from barrel or tank.
From there you will be seated either in the gardens or inside the cellar door. Then experience a unique wine and food deconstruction. Afterwards you will enjoy some lovely shared pizza’s.
Cost $75 per head, requires a minimum of 10 people, we can cater for up to 40 people. Bus Leaves at Gisborne Wine Centre 11.00am arrives back 2.00pm. We can also drop you off in town on the way back from the winery. The Gisborne Wine Centre is located at the port, so generally if you are getting transported from the ship to shore, it is less than 10 metres away. Individual bookings are fine which can then help to get over the 10 people minimum requirement. If the tour falls on a public holiday the fee is $85 per person.
If you are arriving into Gisborne via ship, let us know when you are docking into Gisborne and we can then confirm the finer details with you direct.
Booking details, email@example.com or call Office (06) 862 5335, Cellar Door (06) 862 8746, 027 656 8222.
Wrights Vineyard and Winery, has been operating since 2000. The owner Geoff Wright, is a third generation wine maker in New Zealand. His Great Grandfather Stanko Jurakovich, from Croatia and his Brother in Law, starting wine making in Kumeu, Auckland in the 1930’s. Holding one of the original winemaking licences in Auckland.
Cruise Ship Arrivals into Gisborne Port 2017 and 2018
Norwegian Jewel 8th December 2017
Golden Princess 27th December 2017, arrival 8am, departs 4pm
Golden Princess 17th January 2018, arrival 8am, departs 5pm
Norwegian Jewel 3rd February 2018
Golden Princess 5th February 2018, arrival 8am, departs 5pm
Regatta 10th February 2018, arrival 7am, departs 4pm
Golden Princess 18th February 2018, arrival 8am, departs 5pm
Noordam 20th February 2018, arrival 7am, departs 6pm
Crystal Symphony 28th February 2018
Golden Princess 17th March 2018, arrival 8am, departs 5pm
The above information has been obtained from the Eastland Port website.