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Sonoma Wine Tasting Tours

Sonoma County has a long history as one of the premier agricultural regions of the United States. With more than 250 wineries spread out over 13 distinct American Viticultural Areas, it’s little wonder that this corner of California has become synonymous with its wine. Delicate Pinot Noir, zesty Chardonnay and robust Cabernet Sauvignon flourish in these fertile soils, and the result is an oenological blend that’s placed Sonoma County at the top of wine lovers’ bucket lists.

Limo Service Sacramento Wine tours provide the finest in wine country transportation and wine tours of Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley and Sonoma County. Our knowledgeable guides and drivers, combined with our luxurious, highest quality vehicles have made us the leader in Northern California. As a full-service transportation company, we can accommodate groups of any size

Limo Service Sacramento wine tours operate  Lincoln Town Cars, Corporate Suburbans, Stretch Limousines, Custom Vans, Mini Buses, Full Size Motor Coaches, specialty vehicles.
If you are starting your Sonoma Wine tours from Sacramento, we invite you to arrange your transportation with us. SMF Sacramento International Airport to Sonoma, CA distance about 73 miles.
Our 8 hours Sonoma Wine tours typically start at 8:30 am pick up from Sacramento or surrounding cities Folsom, Rocklin, Roseville, Granite, Fair Oaks, Rancho Cordova or Elk Grove, CA and returning by 4.30 pm may include an optional gourmet picnic lunch.  You’ll tour 4 to 5 premium wineries and taste several wine varietal’s in some of Napa’s most unique tasting rooms.  You may also have the opportunity to take a fun and educational tour through a state-of-the-art winemaking facility (subject to availability).
Just mention that you’re planning a trip to Sonoma at work and see what happens.  All of a sudden people who you have never met start climbing out of their cubicles to give you their opinions on what to do, what wineries to go to, where to eat.  But wait – you wouldn’t trust these people with your stapler, so why trust them with your vacation plans?  Let’s face it – they’re idiots!
Luckily for you, planning a trip to Sonoma isn’t as daunting as it might at first seem – IF you follow these three easy steps to planning the Best First Timers Trip to Sonoma County.
TIP: When To Visit Sonoma County
Everyone wants to come to Sonoma, Ca in Summer, but Summer brings crowds that will remind you of Christmas at Costco. Unless you like standing in lines, fighting for a spot at the tasting bar, and sky-high hotel rates, avoid Summer.
The best time to visit Sonoma is Fall, meaning Sept to October.  This is “crush” time when they harvest the grapes.  You want to see a winery in action, you come in Fall. November is also nice because the weather is still good but the crowds and rates have dropped.  The second best time is Spring when the mustard plants are all in bloom.  This is a “gotta see it believe it”, but everywhere you look you’ll see brilliant bright mustard plants with eye-popping color!  It’s like you stepped into an HD Plasma TV and someone turned the colors on full blast!  There will be no grapes on the vines, but you hardly notice
Note: Everyone wants discount coupons these days, and who can blame them with most wineries charging at least $10 per person and some charging $20!  A good place to find both Napa and Sonoma wine tasting coupons is right here or now there is an app with all the coupons right here!
Napa Valley wine tour from Sacramento by Limo Service Sacramento is your opportunity to taste the award-winning wines with utmost comfort. During the wine tour, you will visit the best wineries that make world-class wines. Some of the renowned wineries in the Napa Valley are listed below.
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Ravenswood Winery  (18701 Gehricke Rd, Sonoma, CA 95476) Unlike some other wineries, you really feel at home at Ravenswood. No one’s trying to sell you anything & you avoid the stuffy, pretentious nonsense of other wineries. Laid back, relaxing & peaceful, very friendly & knowledgeable staff, beautiful scenery from the outdoor porch, and an incredible tasting! Zinfandel heaven.  Ravenswood has a pretty outside seating area too. While it’s not as vast as others in the area, there’s something extremely serene and still about theirs. It would be great to bring lunch or buy one of their cheese plates and linger here for a while. They charge $18 for per 5 tasting.If you’re looking for a casual, low-key place to relax and enjoy a good Zinfandel, this is an ideal spot.
Bartholomew Park Winery (1000 Vineyard Ln Sonoma, CA 95476) Bartholomew Park Winery is in a historic, organically-farmed estate and specializes in white wines.This winery is very special due to its location. Set just outside of downtown Sonoma, this winery is located on 400-acres of a state park. There is so much to do here during your visit. If you are looking to visit a winery, but just take it easy, this could be your spot. Rather than run around the area, tasting 3-4 wineries in one day, you can just come to this one spot and enjoy the beautiful property. You can bring your own food, and set-up a picnic, after you purchase a bottle of wine from the winery. In addition, there are trails surrounding the winery that can provide you with a nice hike (up to 3 miles). Yet another fun option.
This certified organic vineyard samples for many delicious wines from a 2014 award-winning Sauvignon Blanc, a buttery creamy 2014 Chardonnay, a 2014 Syrah Rose with a lovely blush color from just a short time on the skins, Another award winner the 2013 Zinfandel, the 2013 Syrah, a 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon and as a special treat a 1997 Merlot that they paired with some really luscious chocolate eclairs. .
Buena Vista Winery (18000 Old Winery Rd Sonoma, CA 95476) The Buena Vista Winery is a great place to get educated on the history of wine in California (or of wine in general!), in a gorgeous scenic location, and with friendly wine docents that will attend to both your questions and your purchase requests. This oldest winery that it was established during the mid 19th Century after California becomes a state. “Buena Vista Winery” brings the customers near and far to experience the wonders of their finest selections of wine all year long. The atmosphere and the concept are totally on-point making this winery a classical, characteristic moments. Tastings go for $30 a person for 5 wines. Today, Buena Vista Winery specializes in cool climate wines from Carneros region, historical Zinfandel, and premium Sonoma varietals. The grounds are beautiful, lovely hardscape and outdoor fountain grace the courtyard in front of the building that contains the ginormous vats of wine! They have picnic tables shaded by big trees – so do not forget to bring a picnic lunch.
If you are a wine member, they have a couple of exclusive tasting rooms during the weekends when the normal tasting rooms are crowded. This is great since you get a more intimate tasting and can really ask questions about the wine. Their Blanc de Noir which was crisp and refreshing had hints of Meyer lemon and a smooth finish of vanilla. It is slightly on the dry side. This winery has a twice a year sale with a pre-opening to members with bottles going from $5-$20. Score! They do fun dinners and wine-pairing events. It’s a beautiful and fun place to visit, and the staff is super friendly. Do yourself a favor and visit Buena Vista winery for a truly unique experience. And don’t forget to ask for “The Count”!
Viansa Sonoma Winery & Marketplace (25200 Arnold Dr. Sonoma, CA 95476)
Are you in the Tuscan countryside? Nope, but it sure feels like it. Go on weekdays and enjoy the view all by yourself!
The summit of Sonoma from the beginning, Viansa stood as a beacon to the wine country. If you’re looking for a beautiful vineyard with good food and wine and stunning backdrops for photos, this is it. You can imagine a lot of people get married here.
Viansa among the first of the wineries along the Sonoma Pass and since then, their first vine planting has been about the gathering of family and friends to eat, drink, and stay throughout the day. From our hilltop, winery invites you to take in 270° views of Sonoma Valley. Gaze down upon the “King’s Highway” leading the way to the northernmost California mission of the El Camino Real, approximately 97 acres of our own wetlands, which are home to a variety of indigenous waterfowl and plants; and our estate vines planted in the rolling hills and neighboring vineyards of Sonoma Valley.
Learn about the Sonoma wines. Sonoma has long been known for its idyllic growing conditions; where warm, sunny days followed by cool foggy nights are the perfect complement to the rich, complex soil. The exclusive Viansa estate vineyards produce Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sangiovese all visible from the front terrace.
Viansa prepares delicious food and offers a marketplace and shopping experience that excites with the best of our local Sonoma goods and vintage California finds.
Tasting bar open 10:00am-5:00pm, tastings served until 4:30pm. Reservations not required for parties under six guests Tasting Room hosts will guide you through a current selection of 4 Classic Sonoma Wines price $15 per person. Summit reserve testing you can enjoy four Reserve Series wines from our most expressive barrels. $20 per person.
Experience all that Viansa has to offer a variety of tasting experiences, or enjoy a glass of wine with lunch from the marketplace on their terrace overlooking the wetlands. Their unique property is ideal for tours and private groups. For those seeking something even more interactive, Viansa Sonoma offers tours of the property. Guests enjoy Sonoma Valley highlights and stunning vistas alongside a sampling of some of our most distinctive wines.
Hanzell Vineyards (18596 Lomita Ave, Sonoma, CA 95476)
They are by appointment only, and they offer two kinds of experiences: a private tour of vineyards & their grounds + a tasting for two ($60/each) or you can join a group of up to six (they could all be in your party for a tour of their grounds and a tasting ($45/each). We did the second option and my husband and I went with another couple, and our group was paired with two more visiting. It’s many windy roads to get there, so definitely pad in extra time.
Fun fact. Hanzell was the first wine producers in the US to use temperature controlled fermentation vats. This way they were able to control the fermentation process.
The tasting consists of 3 to 4 different wines from the property all being Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. If you’re a fan of these varietals and a big fan of French wines I’d highly recommend coming here because the wines show so much restraint with fruit and they are arguably our favorite Pinots and Chards in California. All in all, if you’re visiting Sonoma make sure this place is on your list of stops. The service is amazing the winds are exceptional and the view from the top is pretty great!
Sonoma, Ca – SMF Sacramento International Airport Services:
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