June 12, 2024

4 Tips for Planning the Perfect Wine Tour


Wine tours are not only a great way to have a relaxing day, they’re a great way to celebrate a special occasion or even catch up with friends and family. However, planning the perfect wine tour takes a little bit more than just assigning a designated driver.
Your wine tour should run as smoothly as possible, and to prevent any kinks, here are four tips to help you plan the perfect wine tour.
Pick a Date
Most wineries are busiest during the summer and fall, so it’s important to plan in advance. First, check to see when everyone is free. If you can find a date that’s a good distance away and that works for your group, don’t hesitate to book it! However, visiting wineries during the off seasons offers a more personalized experience, so it’s up to you what kind of tour you’d like to take.
Decide on Transportation
There are countless ways to get around during a wine tour, but the one constant is a designated driver. It’s safe to assume that none of your guests will be volunteering, so a few other options include limo services and party buses. These options provide you with a guaranteed designated driver, as well as the means to travel around in style.
Pack Provisions
In order to fully enjoy your wine tour, you need to stay energized and hydrated throughout the day. A fun way to do this is pack a picnic of delicious fresh fruit, sandwiches, and other goodies and have an impromptu lunch overlooking one of the vineyards. Your limo driver may just accompany you while you do! Most importantly: don’t forget to pack lots of water!
Dress Accordingly
While you might want to get dressed up for the occasion, odds are you’ll be going in warmer weather and doing a lot of walking. To be prepared, you should wear light, comfortable clothes, as well as comfortable shoes with durable soles.
A wine tour should be an opportunity for you to relax and enjoy the day with people you care about, so why save all the stress for the day of? Plan ahead and plan accordingly! With these tips, your day out in the vineyards should be a day to remember.

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