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Must try Napa Valley wine tours during your vacation

by Aurora Park Vacation Rentals

Napa Valley is famous for its more than 400 wineries. It’s a dreamy landscape of mountains, resorts, spas, great climate, delicious foods and of course the best variety of wines including Cabernet Sauvignons, Chardonnays and Merlots. This beautiful region is surely going to give you a vacation worth cherishing your whole life. From world’s renowned wines to luxurious stay to delicious gourmet foods, the valley definitely has something for everyone. For a unique experience during your visit, consider scheduling a wine tour to Napa Valley.  

Some of the best wine tours that are a must-try on your Napa Valley vacation are mentioned below:

Napa & Sonoma Valley wine tour from San Francisco

Napa and Sonoma are both known worldwide for their beautiful scenery and high quality wine. In this tour, you get to visit three to four wineries each in Napa, Sonoma and Yountville. You will get an insight in the region’s wine making history and also learn about the complete wine making process. It is an eight-hour guided tour with a stopover to indulge at the Sonoma Square or Vintage 1870.

Minibus tour of Napa and Sonoma Valleys

Experience the scenic wine region of Napa and Sonoma on an 8.5 hour guided tour from San Francisco. This tour passes through the Golden Gate Bridge and then reaches the hills of Napa and Sonoma Valleys. On this tour, you get to visit three wineries where you will know about their wine production history and get to taste their productions.

Although lunch is not included but you will get a stopover at Napa’s gourmet Oxbow Public Market where you can relish your taste buds with mouth-watering local delicacies.

Wine tour with Castello Di Amorosa

Experience a one-of-a-kind tour and tasting at the medieval inspired Tuscan castle and winery. This Castello Di Amorosa winery tour includes an educational tour of the castle paired with the royal food and premium wines.

Redwoods and wine country full day tour

Spend a beautiful morning amidst the Redwood trees and then visit three wineries each in Napa and Sonoma Valleys and know about the history, craft and science of wine making. This nine-hour long tour includes strolling around the splendid Sequoia Redwoods – the tallest trees in the world and tasting the production straight from the source. You will also get a stop for lunch at the historic Sonoma Plaza. 

Full day self-guided bike tour

Go for a self-guided wine country bike tour and visit the world famous wineries and explore the scenic beauty of the region on a bike. This nine-hour long tour takes you to the four boutique wineries where you get to taste their famous productions. Each of the wineries is separated by a distance of three to seven miles and if you don’t prefer to cycle, take a shuttle that moves along with the cycling group. This bike tour also includes a picnic lunch.

Full day Muir Woods and Sonoma wine tour

Explore the impressive coastal redwoods in Muir Woods and tour the wine country. This day-long tour takes you on the nature adventure and also includes a visit to three to four wineries in Sonoma.  You also get to taste the red, white and dessert wines from the renowned producers like the Larsen Family, Cline Cellars, Robledo Family, and Homewood wineries.    

On your visit to Napa Valley, stay at one of the best cottages like Aurora Park Cottages. These Napa Valley Cottages are tucked into the scenic hillside of downtown Calistoga and offer a relaxing retreat. Wake up to a basket of freshly baked pastries and fresh cut fruit delivered to your cottage. Walk to downtown Calistoga’s shops and restaurants, discover the healing hot springs, and enjoy wine tasting adventures at the heavenly wineries. 


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