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Binge on fine art, wine and food as you spend the day at the MONA and Moorilla Estate. Get lost in a world of diverse and quirky artwork before savouring a divine one course lunch matched with wine. Finish the day with a tour of the winery accompanied by a tantalising wine tasting.
Calling all lovers of fine art and wine! Deep dive into this match made in heaven as you spend the day exploring the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and Moorilla Estate. Departing from Hobart by ferry, you will arrive at MONA, Australia’s largest privately-owned gallery and museum and get lost in a world of eccentric and wonderful art. After a big dose, you will head over to Mona's top-notch restaurant for a delicious one course lunch featuring local and seasonal produce, matched with a glass of wine from Moorilla's Muse of Praxis Series. Once sated, you will enjoy a behind the scenes tour of Moorilla's vineyard, the second oldest in Tasmania. Learn about Moorilla's rich history from your host and learn about the finer points of old and new artisanal winemaking techniques. You'll be treated to a tasting of ten different Moorilla wines, including a selection from their prestigious Cloth Label series. Board the ferry back to Hobart at 5pm.
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This voucher is valid for two people.
Your experience includes a small amount of walking outdoors between venues.
Smart casual. You will be visiting an operational winery. Closed-toe, flat footwear is advised.
This experience takes place at Mona Museum and Moorilla Estate located on the same property in Berriedale, Tasmania.