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Grapeline: California Wine Tour

Wine tasting is simply more enjoyable when you can just show up and sip–no planning or driving yourself from winery to winery needed. That’s where Grapeline Wine Tours comes in, a leading California wine tour group.

Grapeline Wine Tours, which was named “America’s No. 1 Wine Tour Company” by USA Today, offers wine tasting experiences in five of The Golden State’s outstanding wine regions: Temecula, Santa Barbara, Paso Robles, Sonoma Valley and Napa Valley. Grapeline is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary of wine-touring success.

Not only does the California wine tour company offer a wide range of regions to visit, it also hosts a variety of tour types, depending on your interests, size of your group and how much time you’d like to dedicate to the tour. In addition to shared half- or full-day tours (during a half-day excursion, guests can expect stops at three wineries), there is also the option to completely customize a private tour just for you and your party.

Best of all, Grapeline makes it so that you can be as hands on–or off–as desired. Have a winery you’d like to have on the itinerary? Just let them know. Want lunch at one of the wineries? They’re on it. Or, leave it completely up to them. The California wine tour pros will craft your schedule, make winery reservations for you and provide transportation and a wonderful host for the entire experience. Pick-up is available at most area hotels, or schedule a departure from your front door for a private group outing (an extra charge may apply).

And we should say that you’d be riding in style from winery to winery, as Grapeline can transport guests via a roomy convertible Mercedes Sprinter (!), limo, Executive SUV or deluxe coach. Along the way, your knowledgeable host/driver will drop endless info about the wine region, funny stories (maybe even a celeb encounter or two), tasting suggestions and more.

To book your Grapeline Wine Tour, visit gogrape.com.

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