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Get picked up from your hotel in San Francisco and then drink in the views on your way to wine country on this small-group excursion. Marvel at the famed Golden Gate Bridge as you cross from San Francisco to Marin County. Enjoy the views of the rolling grape-vine-clad hills and learn about the history of Napa and Sonoma from the knowledgeable guide.
Stop at three different acclaimed wineries, each one different from the next and each one pouring high-quality vino. Sample the wine (one tasting fee is included at each winery). Ask questions about each one. And learn about each wine. Take some free time to enjoy lunch and do some shopping or more wine tastings at your own expense. And then get dropped back off at your hotel in San Francisco, having completed a fun wine-fueled excursion out of the city.
We had a great tour with Kirill as our guide. It was just my husband and I and our adult children on the tour so we were given a few options along the way that allowed us to customize the tour. He provided lots of...More
We were picked up at our hotel for the private wine tour. We had a great time and were given a ton of history while we drove. I appreciated all that great information. A person can taste wine anywhere, but to know all the history...More
My husband and I did the small group wine tour with Jerry. There was one other lady on our visit, we took a Lincoln navigator SUV to three vineyards. Our tour guide Jerry, picked three different vineyards for us to visit. We went to a...More
Our Guide Jerry was Phenomenal, Knowledgeable, and Personable
There were 9 of us in our group and everyone had a great time.
Jerry was on time & courteous. We couldn’t have had a better trip!
We did the full day wine tour today and had a great time. Kirill our driver was very knowledgeable.on the outward journey he pointed out many things for us to see making the journey go much quicker.
We went to one winery quite a commercial...More