- Winery tour on the Napa Valley Wine Trolley
- Travel on a motorized replica of an open-air San Francisco cable car
- Visit three premium wineries in the northern half of Napa Valley
- Tour Castello di Amorosa’s medieval-style Italian castle
- Enjoy a gourmet, picnic-style lunch on the beautiful grounds of a local winery
- Hear fun facts and stories about winemaking in Napa Valley from an experienced guide
What You Can Expect
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the winery, including the medieval-style Tuscan castle, and then enjoy a wine tasting of varietals like pinot noir, sangiovese or award-winning chardonnay. (Note: This tasting ONLY is included.)
Next head to Cairdean Estate, a boutique family-owned winery, where you will sip your wine in the middle of a vineyard. Enjoy lunch catered by Oakville Grocery, a historic gourmet shop that dates back to 1881. Lunch items vary by day, but you can expect fresh dishes like salads and sandwiches made with farm-to-table ingredients, accompanied by soda and water.
After a delicious wine tasting and lunch, hop back on the trolley for winery number three: historic Beringer Vineyards. Here you will enjoy a progressive tasting and tour around the iconic Napa Valley facility. Stroll back through time as you walk through the beautiful grounds, learning about the winery’s past and present from a knowledgeable Beringer Vineyard's guide.
Your tour ends with the trolley ride back to Yountville.
We were picked up on time, our guide was knowledgeable and fun. Learned a lot and drank some fantastic wine.
The trolley tour was so much fun! Our driver/tour guide Gy was entertaining, knowledgeable and fun!! The castle tour and tasting was our favorite part and the food was delish! thank you for a great time!! cheers!
Initially had issues where the trolley passed us up at one of the pick-up points. However, was resolved by having a private car come pick us up to meet up with the trolley at stop 1. The castle tour was amazing with the tasting included in the price but would have liked to have known ahead of time the other wineries we were scheduled to stop at since we did not find the tasting prices to be worth their cost 20 at one and 25 at the other.