Some of the most famous names in American wine are found in the Napa Valley. Domaine Chandon in Yountville produces fine sparkling wine. The Diamond Mountain and Spring Mountain districts are known for their cabernets, while Robert Mondavi winery put Oakville on the wine lover's map.
For lovers of great wine and beautiful scenery, a day tour from San Francisco takes you to where America's most famous wine labels come from. You'll taste wines from North America's premium wine country, learn how the wines are made, and enjoy lovely vistas of rolling hills dotted with vineyards. Experience the finest wine in northern California on a tour to both the Napa and Sonoma regions.
Once you reach the historic wine regions, you'll visit famous grape-growing centers such as Rutherford, Oakville, St. Helena, Yountville, Stags Leap, Los Carneros, Sonoma Valley, Kenwood, and Glen Ellen. Tours include visits to Nicholson Ranch Winery, Madonna Estate, Mount St. John and Sutter Home, with lunch in Yountville at V Marketplace.
Take a day tour from San Francisco to wineries including Domaine Chandon, Andretti Winery, V. Sattui and Rutherford Ranch. Or take a two-day tour to these wineries combined, on the second day, with a visit to the famous prison island of Alcatraz. Combine your wineries visit with a stop at Muir Woods, home to some of northern California's famous redwood sequoia trees. This national monument is the site of a virgin forest of California Coast redwood trees, among the oldest and tallest on Earth.
Enjoyed learning about how wine is made.
Gordie was a fantastic tour guide!! I was travelling alone on this trip, but I was entertained the whole time with his knowledge of Napa valley and wines!
This tour was also fantastic value for money :)
Reply by Viator, May 2013
Doing what: San Francisco Supersaver: Muir Woods and Wine Country Tour
Great way to spend the day, excellent tour guide! We also lucked out with beautiful weather!