San Francisco, United States.
Categories: Nourriture et Vin - Vins et Vignes
$ 165 USD
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Expert Guides lead you on a fun bike tour
Savour the famous family-owned wineries of the region
Bike in beautiful natural surroundings and take in the fresh air
Enjoy the picturesque and rustic scenery of Dry Creek Valley
Location: San Francisco
Operates: Monday - Sunday
Departs: 9:00 AM
Duration: 9 hours
Tour Code: 13593
Our Expert Guides will lead you on a fun biking tour through Dry Creek Valley. We will depart from San Francisco at 9AM, and a shuttle will take us to Dry Creek Valley.
Dry Creek is known for its rustic and quaint atmosphere with smaller, family owned and operated wineries. Once there, we will set you up on bikes and your guide will lead you from wondering winery to wondering winery, telling winery tales along the way.
During the middle of the tour, we will stop for a delicious gourmet picnic lunch among the vineyards. Stopping for a few minutes to admire the lush sites and sounds surrounding us during our lunch - and along our bike ride - is something you will always remember.
A shuttle will follow the group to carry any purchases or assist any riders who decide they would rather be driven.
Sonoma County is an additional top destination in California Wine Country. Sonoma is home to almost every type of grape grown in California: Dry Creek Valley is home to some of California’s oldest Zinfandel vines while simultaneously having a large portion of vineyards dedicated to cultivation of Sauvignon Blanc.
Everitt Ridge, A Rafanelli, Preston Vineyards, Lambert Bridge Winery, Bella vineyards, Montemaggiore, Ferrari-Carano, Mazzoco, Ridge Lytton Springs, Raymond Burr, Mauritson Wines, Wilson Wines, DaVero, Uptick Vineyards, Truett Hurst Vineyards, Quivira Vineyards
Tasting fees at the wineries vary from $10-$30
Per Adult: $ 165 USD
What To Bring
Expert guides, round-trip transportation, bike rental, helmet, water, support vehicle and a gourmet picnic lunch
Meeting point: James Lick Memorial Statue (located between the San Francisco Main Library and the Asian Art Museum)
Return Details: Returns to original meeting point