Napa-Sonoma-Dry Creek-Russian River-Alexander Valley with a private guide
The region north of San Francisco produces some of the finest wines in the world. Use our expertise to discover unique "off the map" family owned wineries, or we'll take you to your personal favorites. For lunch, consider a picnic or dine in a fine restaurant of your choice. Visit the unique towns that give the wine country its charm.
For kids big and small, discover our "Old Faithful Geyser" and "Petrified Forest"
Some of favorite wineries:
Andretti, Artesa, Berringer, Chateau Montelena, Del Dotto Caves, Domain Charbay, Hanzell, Joseph Phelps, Kelham, Robert Mondavi, Sebastiani, Trefethen, Viansa, Vine Cliff. . . .
Discover the best wines and wineries using our fifteen years experience touring Napa and Sonoma Valleys. We'll avoid the crowds by visiting boutique wineries and historic estate wineries known for their unique architecture, knowledgable staff and beautiful locations.
We'll visit unique country towns, dine in a restaurant or create a picnic lunch and taste at three or four of the finest wineries.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will pick you up at any San Francisco Hotel or destination of your choice. There is an extra fee for pick-up at San Francisco Airport.
Preferred start time is 9:00 and there is some flexibility
End location: Your tour will end in anywhere you wish in San Francisco
Duration: 6 hours
State of the art luxury comes with your tour. Our Honda Odyssey Minivan features dual automatic doors, sunroof, sun-shaded windows, custom storage and all leather interior. air-conditioned and up to 7 passenger capacity.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
150 USD - Most places take credit card, however, you may need cash for entry fees to sights or for lunch.
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Joe gave us an excellent day in the Napa and Sonoma valley vineyards. All 6 of us enjoyed our day. Joe arrived exactly as arranged, and his vehicle easily carried my wheelchair. Joe was always attentive to my needs. The restaurant that Joe recommended was also wonderful. It was a disappointment that we ran out of time and were unable to visit a third vineyard as planned, but Joe kept me informed on our progress. This was mainly because we took too long, enjoying ourselves, at the vineyards visited.