Calling all wine lovers! This small-group day trip from San Francisco to Napa and Sonoma takes you to some of California’s most renowned wineries. Visit up to 6 boutique wineries and learn about the differences between varietals from your knowledgeable guide and local wine industry experts. You’ll travel through Northern California’s picturesque appellations, like Stags Leap, Rutherford, St. Helena and Glen Ellen, as well as enjoy a leisurely lunch (own expense) at one of the wineries.
This small group tour of Napa and Sonoma from San Francisco takes you to where America’s most famous wine labels originate. Visit boutique wineries not frequented by large group tours and get up close and personal with the winemakers. Your guide will consider requests for favorite wineries prior to the trip.
Sample wines from famous grape-growing regions such as Oakville, Yountville, Los Carneros, Sonoma Valley and Kenwood and be entertained by your guide’s illuminating commentary on the science and art of wine making in between stops. You also have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious gourmet lunch at one of the wineries at your leisure (at own expense).
Returning to San Francisco after a fulfilling day of wine tasting, you have the option of ending your tour in the picture postcard village of Sausalito, where you can browse the shops before making your way back across San Francisco Bay on the ferry (not included) or be dropped off at your hotel.
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Customizable Wine Country Tour from San Francisco
Reviewed by: Lisa T, June 2015
Brill trip. Our guide Antony was informative..
Reviewed by: Anupama N, May 2015
The tour guide was great, I liked the winery combination of Sanoma and Napa. the best of both worlds.