●  It’s always a good idea to schedule your appointments well in advance of your visit because some of the more popular wineries and tasting rooms fill up their reservations weeks in advance.

●  Some wineries are so small or off-the-beaten-track that they need to know when you are coming so someone will be there to greet you.

●  Other wineries have permit restrictions that limit the number of guests that can visit each day.

●  Many wineries have sit-down tastings that start and end at specific times.

We recommend 2-3 winery visits, as most experiences take at least 90 minutes (not including the travel time in between).

All wineries that are open to the public charge a fee. Typically, tasting fees vary per winery. The fees will increase if you decide to elevate your experience to include a cave tour, lunch, etc. Most wineries waive tasting fees when purchasing bottles of wine.

We recommend experiencing either: Napa Valley, Sonoma, Santa Cruz Mountains, or Livermore for Winery Tasting.

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