Guided Napa & Sonoma Wine Tour From San Francisco
Uncover the delicious vintages of Napa and Sonoma on a combo tour full of fun. Visit local wineries to learn about the process behind the glass and sip on wines from both areas.
What You Will Do
- Set off on a guided tour through Napa and Sonoma to check out local wineries in each region
- Get an inside look at both wineries as you tour the facilities and learn how wine is made
- Sip on samples of red and white wines, tasting the different varieties from Sonoma and Napa Valley
- Hear stories of the area's history and culture along the way from someone with plenty of insider knowledge
- Guided winery tour
- Bottled water
- Gum and mints
- Suntan lotion
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.
- 182 Ratings
Robin was great and went the extra mile in returning my phone. Will definitely recommend. Maybe substitute Larsen’s for a winery with better wine. Thanks again for everything. Kim
Surerly you can find a better winery than the commercialized Andretti winery. Worst part of the tour. Low quality wines and only “Andretti” merchandise. Larson winery is the type of winery we are interested in.
We traveled to Sonoma and Napa with Green Dreams Tours the past week. I would like to start talking about our guide who was Jenny (or Jenn I don't remember haha) She was totally AMAZING, I would like to start to talk about her because she was the person who shared a whole day with us, She was very funny, nice and interesting. She played a very nice playlist on our way while she was telling us a lot of fun facts which is good because she kept out attention telling us interesting things. About the buss/ truck was very comfortable. We liked that we were just around 10 people there which made the tour very familiar and nice, even when we did not know the rest of 8 people there. About the wineries that we visited was very good, i would liked to visit more but there was just 3, two in Sonoma and 1 in Napa (By the way I liked more Sonoma, is more traditional and small, Napa for me wasnt that I expected ) About the lunch hour was very good but I would like to say that, we stop by the golden gate for a pretty short time and also we had just around 1 hour for take the lunch which was sad because we wanted to try italian food but we just ate a hamburger :( . At the end we arrived to San Francisco pretty early, around 4:30pm (was good, but honestly we preferred have more time for eat haha). Jenny gave me a bottle for my birthday and I was very happy for that complement. Honestly I highly recommend this company because was a reasonable price and everything was amazing. Thank you Green Dream Tours and thank you Jenny (:
Loved Dillon our tour guide. Enjoyed the vineyards we visited but NOT wine selections.
We had an awesome group, an awesome driver, awesome experience, so in short the complete trip was awesome and we would book again with Green Dream Tours
The vineyards were beautiful, the tour guide (Chris) was knowledgeable and super nice. I never felt rushed at any of the tours, we had plenty of time to independently roam the grounds.
The tour guide Simone was so easy to get along with and very knowledgeable. I learned about wine making and had a great time drinking it too!
The bus arrived half an hour late, due to chasing down other customers. I would have appreciated a call so I didn't have to wait on the pavement all that time. Otherwise the day was well-planned and enjoyable.
The tour was well planned and covered a lot of ground. The wineries chosen were excellent with good variety. Our guide, Simone was excellent! Very good wine and history knowledge. She was very accommodating and clearly wanted all to have a good experience.
Nothing much to say, this was the most entertaining tour that we have been on ever. Our guide was the perfect mix of source of knowledge, fun DJ and a very likeable "young man" :).
Chris was our driver/guide. He did an outstanding job.
Tour was well organized and Chris took good care of us. However I would have liked to hear more about the winemaking while sitting in the bus, the winerys could have been smaller (less industrialized) and the AC did not work well in the bus.
Chris was a great host! Relaxed and keeped us moving smoothly all day long. Positive feedback: i think most people in our group did not particularly like the first host. A bit rough around the edges and seemed to wantto get "done with us" quickly (Larson). The other 2 wineries were great as well as the hosts. Thank you
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