- Two-hour Boston wine tasting and walking tour
- Stroll through one of Boston’s historical neighborhoods
- Taste up to six different varietals at three upscale venues
- Learn about wine history as you pair delectable food and wine
- Choose from four tours: Harvard Square, South End, North End or Back Bay
- Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a personalized experience with a knowledgeable guide
What You Can Expect
- The Sheraton Commander Nubar: a chic restaurant with an eclectic wine list featuring French classics as well as exciting South American and California vintages.
- PARK: a menu of New American classics from Chef Mark Goldberg and an inspired selection of international wines in a rustic-meets-luxury subterranean space.
- First Printer: an exclusive tasting in the ‘Vault’ includes New World wines paired with delicious small bites of traditional American cuisine with New England flare.
- Gaslight Brasserie: a classic neighborhood Parisian brasserie with warm and inviting décor, including a hand-crafted Parisian zinc bar, reclaimed wood floors, mosaic tiles and beamed wood ceilings.
- Cinquecento: a 250-seat restaurant featuring provincial Roman cuisine from Chef Chris Robins, a 100-bottle wine list and an Italian onyx marble bar.
- Masa: an award-winning menu, pairing flavors and cooking styles of southwestern cuisine with local New England ingredients.
- Aragosta at Fairmont Battery Wharf: a sophisticated urban waterfront retreat surrounded by shopping, fine dining, stunning coastal views and the rich historical setting of downtown Boston.
- Davide Restaurant: a Wine Spectator Award-winner for 15 years and counting!
- The Wine Bottega: a cozy gem with wine tastings in an authentic and sophisticated wine cellar.
- Legal Seafoods: a 40 page-wine list and an award-winning wine cellar, which holds more than 10,000 bottles and 800 different labels in a comfortable lounge three fathoms below ground.
- Maggiano's Boston: authentic Italian food and Italian wine in the comfort of a VIP room.
- L'Espalier Restaurant: the first independently owned restaurant to bring haute cuisine to Boston.