Meet your guide and small group of eight or fewer people in downtown Healdsburg. Then, follow your guide across the picturesque central plaza. You’ll meet esteemed winemakers and chefs, learn about the region’s seasonal food culture, and hear about sustainable production methods.
Stops vary from tour to tour, but along the way, you might visit a winery where you’ll eat farm-to-table cuisine while sipping local varietals of red and white wines and chatting with industry professionals. Other possible stops include a revered tapas restaurant where you’ll sample Spanish food while savoring a sangria or a tea shop where you’ll drink teas from around the world.
Your outing ends in the afternoon, allowing time to explore the area’s tasting rooms on your own.Sample list of stops (subject to change):
• Bravas Bar De Tapas: One of the country's top 100 tapas restaurants, as noted by Travel + Leisure magazine
• Gustafson Family Wines: Handcrafted estate wines made in the heart of Dry Creek Valley
• Café Lucia: Celebrating the flavors of Portugal's food and wine with a modern California twist
• SHED: A modern-day take on a communal grange that celebrates local farming and serves up a daily menu of responsibly farmed Northern California dishes
• Noble Folk Ice Cream and Pie Bar: Creating a daily menu of local small batch ice creams and pies
• The Taste of Tea: An immersive taste in the art, culture and culinary properties of teas from around the globe
• Moustache Baked Goods: Made famous for their scratch-style baking on the Food Network