Wine Tasting on a Budget: 5 Economical Destinations for Wine Enthusiasts to Tour
Wine tasting is a magical experience that reinvigorates the soul and gives you peace of mind. Despite being nothing short of a modern-day necessity, many people, for one reason or the other, believe that they simply can’t afford to go on a wine tour.
Contrary to popular belief, wine tasting isn’t exclusive to the elites. So, don’t let a tight budget get you down! Here are a few economical wine tour destinations for you to visit this summer.
1. Santa Ynez:
Make no mistake about it; Santa Ynez is an essential wine tour destination that’s usually on every wine enthusiast’s radar. This gorgeous valley is home to countless premium quality wineries – each with their unique style and personality.
The brews made in Santa Ynez have a distinct texture to it which makes it the perfect place to visit, especially if you love Chardonnay, Moscato, and Pinot Grigio, etc. So, if you’re up for an unforgettable wine tasting tour in Santa Ynez, CA contact us today!
We believe that Solvang is the perfect representative of California’s one-of-a-kind wineries. This southern city hosts visually stunning wineries that have a unique rural taste in their wines. There are numerous private and local wineries in the region so there’s a high chance you can find a blend that excites your taste buds.
The Pinot Noir brewed in Buellton is reason enough to visit the city in Santa Barbara County. Apart from its critically acclaimed selection of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the city’s wineries also boast a large collection Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and Merlot!
The city has countless breweries that remind people of a simpler time gone by because they’re so quaint. Witness the beauty of the city’s wineries by booking a budget-friendly wine tour of the Buellton today!
4. Los Olivos:
Los Olivos is perhaps the best-known entry on this list. The small town is renowned all over the world for its kind people, welcoming atmosphere, and, of course, being home to some of the best wineries in the country.
The common complaint people have with Los Olivos is that they don’t have the time to visit every winery in the town during a wine tour. The Artisan Excursion team solves this problem through meticulous planning that ensures you can sample and drink to your heart’s content!
5. Los Alamos:
Los Alamos is by far the least known wine haven in California that is inhabited by less than 2000 people! Despite being a very small town, Los Alamos is home to countless top-quality wineries that give every other entry on this list a run for their money!
So, if you’re light on cash and don’t want to be around overcrowded with people, we highly recommend scheduling a tour to this scarcely populated yet refreshingly charming town!
And that concludes our list of the best budget-friendly destinations for wine tasting tours. For more details about pricing and upcoming wine tours, get in touch with us today!