In order to provide an intimate and comfortable wine experience group size is limited to 12 guests per tour but, we can accommodate 16 guests if request.
Yes, grab your camera and cell phones for picture taking.
Please feel free to upload your fun day trips with us on facebook and tweet to us.
Yes, we do offer private tours for groups of 8 or more guests depending on availability.
We never force you to buy wine but etiquette suggests that you should consider purchases. One bottle per person per location makes the wineries happy.
For our Wine Lovers Tour we use either a Mercedes Sprinter van or a Suburban, with 12 people max. Our vehicles are spotlessly cleaned and maintained daily! For private wine tours we have Sprinters and Suburbans. Larger private groups use 13 pax Mercedes Van, our 24 pax mini-coaches, or 47-55 pax coaches. Check out our vehicles page.
All tasting fees are included in our tour prices. Each winery/location charges between $15-$25 per person.
You must be at least 19 years or older to take this tour. Guests who are found to be under age at the time of boarding will be turned away, and No Refunds will be made. Valid ID will be required.
To book a tour with us we request a cell phone number of someone on tour and a credit card to hold until you arrive. Then we provide a confirmation number for you and ask that you have your cell phone turned on and be inside the lobby of your hotel.
No, we prefer to leave it up to our guests to decide how much to tip our tour guides. As a reference guide, 15-20% tips are typical for most satisfied guests.
Each winery is different but on average you taste 1 ounce of each wine they have to offer, Most wineries serve between 4 – 8 wines per flight. On the average tour you will imbibe approximately a bottle and a half of wine if you choose not to dump or spit. With that being said, we encourage you to have a good solid breakfast before the tour and recommend going easy the night before.
We typically serve lunch at the 2nd or 3rd stop. This is usually 12:30pm or 1:30pm respectively.