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Sonoma Valley: Wine Trolley Tasting Tour with Lunch

1. Sonoma Valley: Wine Trolley Tasting Tour with Lunch

Book your Sonoma Valley winery tour and enjoy included transportation, visits to three charming world-class Sonoma wineries, a catered lunch, and a whole lot of fun with like-minded wine-adventurous people. This is a casual group tour of Sonoma, with an emphasis on getting better acquainted with the world of Sonoma wine and the Sonoma Valley. This experience is perfect for first-time visitors, couples, locals, and experienced wine lovers alike. If you haven’t experienced Sonoma Valley, you’re in for a treat. Ride on an open-air cable car trolley that’s ideal for taking in the scenery as you travel. Discover some of Sonoma’s characteristic grand estates, subterranean caves, and quaint, cozy cellars. Learn what makes Sonoma Valley such a popular destination for wine lovers all over the world. This Sonoma wine tour will expose you to the best of the region.

Napa Valley: Wine Tasting Tour by Open Air Trolley & Lunch

2. Napa Valley: Wine Tasting Tour by Open Air Trolley & Lunch

Join a wine tasting tour in Napa Valley and learn all about the region's famous wines. Ride an open-air cable car between each winery and enjoy a delicious lunch at one of the charming locations. Meet by the Oxbow Public Market in Napa and set off on your journey to various wineries within the region. You will visit 3 of the following wineries: Whitehall Lane Winery, Cosentino Winery, Pestoni Winery, and Andretti Winery. Be enchanted by the fantastic scenery as you feel the cool winds and warm sun of Napa Valley’s Mediterranean climate while breathing in the fresh air. Your tour guide will provide light-hearted commentary during the journey. Learn more about wine in a relaxed and accessible atmosphere. Have a delicious lunch within a special scenic location at one of the wineries. After your journey through Napa Valley, head back to the Oxbow Public Market to finish the tour.

Sonoma: Private Sidecar 3 Winery Tour

3. Sonoma: Private Sidecar 3 Winery Tour

Ride in a fun tandem sidecar on the open road on a private guided wine tour of Sonoma. See beautiful California scenery, taste local wines, and learn about the city's fascinating history from your guide. Meet your guide and begin your private guided ride throughout the Sonoma area. As you ride in style in a tandem sidecar, feel the wind rush past and marvel at the beautiful scenery. Hear about the sights you pass from your sidecar driver. Throughout your tour, enjoy stops at local wineries, where you can see the making of wine up close. Feel free to purchase wine/wine flights at each tasting room, and decide for yourself which local wine is your favorite. Finish your tour with a visit to scenic destinations. Depending on your tour, visit locations such as Homewood Winery, Robledo Family Winery, Cline Family Cellars, or Viansa Sonoma Winery. Return to the meeting point full of wonderful impressions of this area.

Guided Private Wine Tour to Napa and Sonoma Wine Country

4. Guided Private Wine Tour to Napa and Sonoma Wine Country

Embark on a wine tasting adventure with a local, expert guide on a one-of-a-kind private wine tour to Napa and Sonoma Wine Country. Enjoy the exclusivity of having a tour guide and vehicle all to yourself and your group. Enjoy the convenience of getting picked up at your accommodation or a location in San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma or Napa. Your experienced tour guide will work with you to create a customized itinerary (see sample itinerary) that suits your exact interests and preferences as well as your budget. Typically, you and your group will visit 3-4 wineries depending on travel time, where you would like to go, and how much time you would like to spend at each location. With over 1000 wineries to choose from, your group will not be short on options. Explore endless possibilities from family-run operations with rustic tasting rooms or a larger winery with gorgeous landscaped gardens. You can even do a cave tour for an additional cost and elevate your wine country adventure. Discover the many scenic towns in Napa or Sonoma or both that offer lunch options to satisfy all tastes and preferences.  Relax and reflect on your day as you get dropped off at your preferred drop-off point in Marin, Sonoma, Napa, or San Francisco.

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The trolley takes you through the main thoroughfares and shows you some key sights. Of course, it also takes you off the road. There were a few things I didn't like: first is that you need to budget about an extra $100 per person (each tasting is extra plus tips are expected). Next, some of the vineyards do not allow to share tastings, so each person must buy one, even if they are done drinking. "Lunch" at the second stop was delicious but minimal, I had to go get lunch after it. Finally, double-check your reservation: I made mine for 10:30, but the driver scolded me when I showed up at 10:15.

We went on a full day tour of Muir Woods, Napa Valley, and Sonoma with our excellent tour guide Paul, who made the trip unforgettable! The views were stunning, the wine was tasty, and Paul was incredibly informed about the entire area including the local plant life, history, and wine growing/making. Two of our group got engaged at Muir Woods and Paul went out of his way to make it a special occasion even purchasing sparkling wine and glasses to drink and take home. We would 10/10 recommend Paul and this tour!

The tour was good. A lot of wine. Be mindful that even if you do not want to drink in some wineries you still pay a fee. You have to go fully rested as it is a busy tour.