3 Reasons Why You Should Include a Wine Tasting Tour in Your Vacation Itinerary

March 27, 2020

We often think that booking a trip to the wine valley is enough to get us the real experience of enjoying the best vintage wines. While that’s partially true, it’s often not that easy for a foreigner to navigate in our area and land on the right avenues for tasting wine.

 

If you want to do it the right way, you need to do a little more than just plan a visit. Allow us to accompany you while you explore the place. Venturing into the local wineries will only overwhelm you with too many choices and not enough time or budget to try all of them—which is why we’ve done the homework for you.

We’ve shortlisted the best private vineyards and wineries along three different wine trails in the area. This will give you a feel of the land and its wine in a more organized fashion, with little to worry about choosing or deciding what’s best.

 

Swallow to your heart’s content

One of the major reasons why going on a wine tasting tour on your own is a bad idea is that you can’t drink all you want. Since you also have to drive back to where you’re staying, you can’t be under the influence of alcohol while you’re behind the wheel. It puts your life and that of other passengers at risk!

But this also means that the driver wouldn’t be able to get the most out of this experience. Let us take your worries away by taking you to these places in our private transport. We want you to have the best experience while tasting wine, which essentially means you’re allowed to swallow and not spit this heavenly drink.