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Sonoma Valley Half Day Tour with Wine Tasting

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Key Highlights
  • A must for wine enthusiasts
  • The half day tour is perfect for those with limited time
  • Travel to the birthplace of the California wine industry, the scenic Sonoma Valley
  • Taste exclusive varieties of wine at 2-3 wineries
  • You will be escorted by a local guide at all times
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?



    5-6 hours

    Start time

    12:00pm (noon)

    Meeting Point

    1331 Columbus Avenue (between Beach St. & North Point St.) San Francisco, CA 94133.
    Hotel pick-up is available in the Downtown area (Union Square, Financial District, Nob Hill, Lombard Street, Embarcadero and SOMA)
    Please advise your hotel details at the time of booking so that we can arrange hotel pick up.

    Ending Point

    Same as meeting point.

  • Overview & Itinerary
    Overview Have an intimate wine experience with the Sonoma Valley Half Day Tour with Wine Tasting as you explore the wine regions of Sonoma Valley.

    Perfect for those with limited time, this half day tour is a pleasure for anyone who enjoys a good glass of wine. You will visit two renowned wineries in the Sonoma Valley and will also get the opportunity to sample special varieties of wine.

    The Sonoma Valley is the birthplace of the California wine industry and its 17-mile stretch produces some of the dazzling vintages in wineries of all shapes and sizes. The Sonoma County was named one of Wine Enthusiast’s 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations for 2014.

    Cross the Golden Gate Bridge and travel through the scenic Marin County and Carneros Wine region before you reach Sonoma County.

    Your local English speaking guide will make sure that you get the most of your trip.


    To begin your Sonoma Valley Half Day Tour with Wine Tasting, depart from Fisherman’s Wharf at midday in a luxury minivan and head north, across the Golden Gate Bridge.

    Pass through the scenic Marin County and the world famous Carneros wine region before reaching the wine making region of Sonoma Valley, the birthplace of the California wine industry.

    The Sonoma area includes over 300 world-class wineries and tasting rooms, from palatial European-style villas to rustic family-run operations where you are made to feel like a member of the family. Your guide for the half day tour will take you to two wineries located in this beautiful wine region with bucolic surroundings. Sip some of the finest wines of the region as your guide throws some light on the origins and process of wine making.

    During the course of the tour, take a leisurely stroll along the serene vistas of rolling vineyards and lush farmlands before you head back to San Francisco.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions
    • Transportation in luxury minibus
    • Free Hotel pick-up
    • English speaking guide
    • Wine tasting at 1 winery
    • Free bottle of water and chocolate
    • Personal purchases
    • Gratuities
    • Second winery wine tasting (approx $15 per person)
  • Please note & Additional info
    Please note

    Please call our local partner 24 hours prior to the departure to reconfirm your departure details.

    You must be 21 years old to sample wine.

    Voucher information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

    If time permits there may be a stop at a third winery. However the tasting fee of around $5 per person would need to be paid

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. In order to confirm hotel pick-ups, please call or email our local partner ( at least 72 hours in advance.

  • Customer Reviews
    • Fun time

      Great driver....

      Roland Pelt, United States, 20/Oct/2016

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