Choose from a full-day (5-hour) or half-day (3-hour) group wine tours with private transportation. Get access to wine knowledge and enjoy a tasting in style, and spend the day with like-minded people in a small, intimate group setting ... More info ›
Choose from a full-day (5-hour) or half-day (3-hour) group wine tours with private transportation. Get access to wine knowledge and enjoy a tasting in style, and spend the day with like-minded people in a small, intimate group setting.
Get a foodie-based picnic lunch and visit three wineries on a half-day tour, or four wineries on a full-day tour. Get a wine education by welcoming, experienced local guides, and enjoy door-to-door service from most lodging.
Start off your day by having a large breakfast or lunch before being picked up at your local lodging. You’ll also be provided your guide’s name, the vehicle to look for, and where to meet for boarding. After pickup, you’ll be off to collect a few more guests and then on to wine tasting. Enjoy a ride down scenic backcountry roads in comfort and style in an air-conditioned, private tour vehicle. Experience a leisurely paced tour, where you’ll get approximately 45 minutes at each winery.
On the full-day wine tour, lunch is included so you get extra time at the second winery you visit. Enjoy your time with a tour operator savor a picnic lunch and a bottle of water. The lunch is sourced by top food purveyors and delivered fresh to the second winery on the tour. There you’ll take in the winery’s beauty, shade, shelter, and ample seating while eating artisan sandwiches, seasonal salads, and tasty treats. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated with notice prior to departure date. water is provided throughout the day and with lunch.
Both the half- and full-day wine tours include the signature, “Deliciously Fun, Wine Education” by guides that are passionate about wine and sharing it with others. Learn the Five S’s: see, swirl, sniff, sip, and savor. Learn if you’re a sweet wine lover or a drier white or rose you like, perhaps even a lighter bodied reds like Pinot Noir or fruitier ones like Zinfandel and let's not forget all the inbetweens. At the end of the day, maybe you’ll know your palate better and have even discovered new favorites. If you’re just looking for a relaxing beautiful day in wine country, you don’t have to sit and listen.