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  • From San Francisco: Napa & Sonoma Valley Full-Day Wine Trip

    1. From San Francisco: Napa & Sonoma Valley Full-Day Wine Trip

    Indulge yourself in luxury on this full-day tour of California’s wine regions from San Francisco. You will enjoy panoramic views of California on the way toward Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley, 2 of Northern California’s famous wine regions. This tour features wine tastings at 3 of the local partner's favorite wineries. At each winery, learn about wine-making techniques on a tour of the estate, and enjoy extraordinary wines at your tastings. In addition to visiting wineries, your professional guide will take you to see other famous sites in California’s wine country, including a lunch stop at the historic Downtown Sonoma Square. Here, enjoy eclectic dining options and boutique shopping during your lunch break. You also have the option to book this trip to include lunch at a local restaurant in the middle of the historic Square in Downtown Sonoma. Enjoy items from a variety of Califor...

    My experience was very enjoyable, the driver was very informative and all of the places I went made me feel comfortable being there

  • San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwoods and Wine Country Tour

    2. San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwoods and Wine Country Tour

    See the giant sequoia trees at Muir Woods National Monument and discover California’s Wine Country on this San Francisco day trip with pickup. Walk in the shadows of the world’s tallest trees, before enjoying wine tastings at 3 wineries in the Sonoma and Napa valleys.

    After a pickup from your San Francisco hotel, your first stop is Muir Woods National Monument (entry tickets not included). Spend 1 hour hiking through the old-growth forest here to admire the famous coastal redwood trees. 

    Next up, continue onto Glen Ellen in the Sonoma Valley for your first wine tasting session. Learn all about the history and craft of winemaking as you tour the vineyard. Afterward, enjoy some free time to enjoy lunch (at your own expense) in Sonoma Plaza.

    In the afternoon you’ll savor 2 more tasting sessions at wineries in Napa and Schellvil...

    Our tour guide/driver was Kimmy and she was awesome! Energetic, funny, and helpful, especially with taking pictures. She actually gave us a lot more information than the people at the wineries. One problem: the air conditioning on the bus didn't work well, so we were all sweating on the ride back to SF. The winery in Napa was ehh, but the 2 in Sonoma were good. Would've liked to spend an extra 15 minutes in Muir woods though.

  • San Francisco: Half-Day Wine Country Excursion with Tastings

    3. San Francisco: Half-Day Wine Country Excursion with Tastings

    Start your day in the afternoon, as you head north to the Golden Gate Bridge. Enjoy a scenic drive over the Golden Gate Bridge and marvel at the San Francisco skyline in the distance. Next, drive through the beautiful town of Sausalito, a seaside Mediterranean-like village harbored across the San Francisco Bay and famous for its sweeping views. As the vine-covered hillsides come into view, you will visit 2 favorite wineries of the region for wine tastings and an exclusive estate tour. Experience the inner workings of the wineries and their family history in Napa and Sonoma Valley as an expert wine host walks you through the fermentation process, barrel-aging, bottling, and, of course, tastings of some award-winning varietals. At each winery, enjoy up to 3-5 tastings of their signature blends. Your day concludes with a scenic drive back over the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco...

    We think that the difference of this tour was our guide George! He is definitely the best guide you can have for a tour like this. He has the ability to get attention of the complete group and his explanation of San Francisco is the best you can have. George is for sure the best and makes all The difference for this tour. I think because of him, that this tour was above expectations.

  • San Francisco: Small-Group Napa Valley Tour for Wine Lovers

    4. San Francisco: Small-Group Napa Valley Tour for Wine Lovers

    Take a small group tour from San Francisco to some of the Napa Valley's finest wineries. See superb scenery, and taste some truly great wines, on this enjoyable day trip.

    Cross the Bay Bridge with its skyline views and head for Castello di Amorosa, a medieval-style Tuscan castle winery constructed using European materials and furnishings. Make a photo op at the Napa Valley Welcome sign, and enjoy a lunch break in charming Calistoga. Next, get ready for a visit to the unique Tamber Bey Winery and equestrian ranch. From the tasting courtyard, take in stunning views of Mount St. Helena and spot Arabian horses while enjoying the winemaker’s selection of estate-grown Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Chardonnay wines. Conclude your Napa experience overlooking a sun-soaked Carneros vineyard that has been cultivated for over 100 years. Cooled each evening by breezes from San Pablo ...

    Just WOW! Napa was lovely and we enjoyed the day, but we were blown away by our tour guide, Randall. He was incredibly personable and informative. By the end of the day, he felt like a true friend. This day wouldn’t have been the same without him. He was the very best, such a special person with a passion for wine which contributed to our tour immensely. I would recommend this tour and look forward to coming back!

  • San Francisco: Small-Group Sonoma Wine Tour with Tastings

    5. San Francisco: Small-Group Sonoma Wine Tour with Tastings

    The beautiful Sonoma Valley is your destination on this laid back, fun-filled, all-day tour. Your adventure begins with a pick-up from your hotel/accommodation in downtown San Francisco. Get to know your travel companions for the day as you head out of town and across the Golden Gate Bridge. Learn about the region from your friendly and knowledgeable guide and sample many of the delicious wines that have made Northern California a world-renowned wine-producing region. Travel with a small group (limited to 13 people) to three of Sonoma's finest boutique wineries and spend approximately one hour at each winery. This journey also includes a stop in scenic Sausalito, a stop at the Golden Gate Bridge and a lunch stop in the historic town of Sonoma where you can select from one of the many fantastic restaurants on the square. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a walk into the past at Missio...

    Anthony was such a great tour guide! So funny and knowledgeable- took us to three great wineries and Sausalito too. He had first hand knowledge of a lot of wine country experience and had us laughing the whole day. Highly recommend the Sonoma wine tour with Anthony!

  • San Francisco: Napa and Sonoma Valley Wine Tour

    6. San Francisco: Napa and Sonoma Valley Wine Tour

    Discover the secrets of winemaking on a guided day trip to the Napa and Sonoma Valleys from San Francisco. All tasting fees are included at 3 wineries, giving you the opportunity to sample local wines at each location. Board the air-conditioned bus. Admire the landscape of rolling hills and vineyards as you drive out of the city. Enjoy guided visits to three different wineries in the area. Learn the region's history, from Spanish missionaries who brought grapevines from Europe, to the Forty-Niners who served wines in their saloons. See how the grapes are picked, crushed, blended, and bottled. Walk through the beautiful vineyards and get the chance to taste the finished product, with wine tasting fees included at each location. During the tour, you’ll stop for lunch (at your own expense) in the historic Sonoma Plaza, or The Marketplace in the heart of Napa.  Lastly, after all these a...

    Our guide was very knowledgeable about the history of San Francisco, which enriched the experience. The wineries we visited were excellent.

  • Napa Valley: Guided Wine Tour with Picnic Lunch

    7. Napa Valley: Guided Wine Tour with Picnic Lunch

    Explore the picturesque Napa Valley, the most celebrated wine region in North America, on a small guided group wine tour. Discover world-renowned wine and scenic landscape that makes Napa Valley a must-visit destination for visitors from all over the world. Visit boutique wineries that are hand-picked by your friendly and engaging tour guide. Enjoy your guide’s storytelling and information about the wine-making process as well as extraordinary views of Napa Valley. Eat a tasty picnic lunch served at a winery. Taste delicious wines (winery tasting fees not included), stroll through the wineries, and have the picture-perfect day in Napa Valley.

    The entire experience was excellent. Army was an amazing tour guide and very thoughtful with his timing and interesting facts. The picnic lunch was also wonderful! The wineries felt carefully and thoughtfully chosen. No complaints at all!

  • San Francisco: Redwood & Wine Country Tour with Lunch & Wine

    8. San Francisco: Redwood & Wine Country Tour with Lunch & Wine

    On this full-day tour you will spend 1-hour walking in the shadows of the world's tallest trees before learning about the history, craft, and science of winemaking in California’s lovely wine country. The art of wine tasting is very much on the agenda as you explore the Sonoma and Napa Valleys. Winemaking began here in California's wine country more than 100 years ago. Visit a vineyard, included as part of the day’s excursion, and enjoy a guided tour through a boutique winery, dependent on availability. Afterwards, visit Napa Valley for even more tastings. The 3 wineries you will visit on this trip represent a variety of grapes, specialties, winemaking styles, and size of operation, giving you a well-rounded wine country experience and lots of new favorite wines to add to your shopping list.  Your lunch will be a gourmet sit-down meal. Please specify your choice of one item per course...

    Kimmy is an excellent tour guide. The wineries chosen were very good and overall the trip has unbeatable value for the price.

  • San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

    9. San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

    Your day starts with a scenic drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees. Arrive at Muir Woods National Monument and immerse yourself in the forest's peaceful tranquility. Stroll through the cool, moist air, as you admire 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. As you wander in and out of Mother Nature's redwood alleyways, experience the awe and mystery of the forest surrounded by Northern California’s signature fog. Next, enjoy a 1-hour lunch break in Sausalito, the seaside Mediterranean-style village across the San Francisco Bay. Sausalito is famous for its sweeping views, timeless sophistication, local boutiques, and cafes, and your tour guide will offer a list of popular local eateries for you to grab a bite to eat. Don’t forget to snap a few panoramic shots of the picturesque San Francisco skyline in the distance before the...

  • Napa Valley Tour by Private Car from San Francisco

    10. Napa Valley Tour by Private Car from San Francisco

    Avoid crowded bus tours and head to the Napa and Sonoma wineries that interest you most on this 6-hour tour for a group of up to 6 participants. You’ll be picked up by private car at the location of your choice in San Francisco and head north into wine country. The tour operator will recommend some wineries for tours and tastings, but you’ll make the final decisions! Enjoy a scenic drive from San Francisco to California’s Napa Wine Country. Visit 3 or 4 wineries, such as Domaine Chandon, Domaine Carneros by Taittinger, Robert Mondavi Winery, and Staglin Family Vineyard. There will be time for lunch in Sonoma, Santa Helena, or Yountville. You’ll be back in San Francisco to see the sun setting by the Golden Gate Bridge. Experience professional, courteous, prompt, and safe transportation service on this special excursion to Napa.

    Highly recommend! Our tour guide / driver Fred went above and beyond to ensure we had a fabulous day. Fred picked us up promptly at the scheduled time and he drove us to two fabulous wineries. He even recommended a great lunch stop at the Oakville Grocery and the pizza and sandwiches were delicious We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and appreciated Fred’s kindness and knowledge of the Bay / Napa area. Kudos to a great driver, tour guide and photographer! We took four different tours while in the area and this was by far our favorite. Thanks Fred

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What people are saying about Napa

Our tour guide/driver was Kimmy and she was awesome! Energetic, funny, and helpful, especially with taking pictures. She actually gave us a lot more information than the people at the wineries. One problem: the air conditioning on the bus didn't work well, so we were all sweating on the ride back to SF. The winery in Napa was ehh, but the 2 in Sonoma were good. Would've liked to spend an extra 15 minutes in Muir woods though.

Just WOW! Napa was lovely and we enjoyed the day, but we were blown away by our tour guide, Randall. He was incredibly personable and informative. By the end of the day, he felt like a true friend. This day wouldn’t have been the same without him. He was the very best, such a special person with a passion for wine which contributed to our tour immensely. I would recommend this tour and look forward to coming back!

The Muir Woods were awe-inspiring. The wineries we visited were beautiful, as well as having lovely wines. The tour guide was witty, full of interesting information and an excellent driver. I would do this tour again in a heartbeat!

Ben was extremely friendly, informational and a great overall guide. The tour it’s self was amazing! We really enjoyed tasting and learning about different wines and how they are made.

My experience was very enjoyable, the driver was very informative and all of the places I went made me feel comfortable being there