Your full-day wine tasting tour starts with pickup at your hotel in San Francisco and then heads north with a photo stop at the Golden Gate Bridge, where you can enjoy the views of the bay and the Marin Headlands. Relax on the mini-bus with onboard narration about San Francisco's fascinating history and neighborhoods.
Continue to Sonoma Valley where you will journey through the rolling hills to stop at three boutique wineries, enjoying five to six tastings of several varietals at each location. Throughout the day, you'll learn about the area and its vineyards from your informative guide, and receive a detailed explanation about the wine-making process.
You will enjoy a picnic with a box lunch full of goodies like a deli sandwich, side salad, cookies, and bottled water. Wine is available for purchase by the bottle at the winery if you wish to enjoy some with lunch.
In the middle of the tour, enjoy a one-hour visit to Sonoma's downtown, where restaurants and specialty shops border a charming historic plaza. There are chocolate and cheese tastings available if you like. Afterward, board the mini-bus for the return trip to your San Francisco hotel, ready to impress your friends with your newfound knowledge of Sonoma Valley wines.
Note: The tour includes hotel pickup and drop-off. Please include when checking out your hotel and the address in the "Special Requests" field. You must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcohol. Bottled water is provided for the duration of the tour. Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking. There is a maximum of 14 people per tour.
What to expect
- Enjoy a full-day Sonoma Valley wine tasting tour with a knowledgeable tour guide
- Visit some of Sonoma's finest wineries and learn about their wine-making process
- See magnificent views of the vineyards and Golden Gate Bridge
- Savor a picnic lunch followed by delicious chocolate and cheese tastings
About this Activity
|Price||$149.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||9 hours|
There are no refunds; all sales are final.