On the way to Napa Valley the driver gave us a little tour of San Francisco and once we crossed over the Golden Gate Bridge the bus stopped for a health break which allowed us to take quick pictures with the bridge in the background. The bus was comfortable and had electrical outlets so I could stay connected :) although the cell service was intermittent in some areas.
- Shuttle to Napa Valley (over the Golden Gate Bridge)
- Robert Mondavi Winery - Napa Valley
- Picnic Lunch in Napa Valley - Includes Picnic Lunch
- Andretti Winery - Napa Valley
- Ménage à Trois Winery - Napa Valley
- Franciscan Winery - Napa Valley
- Ferry/Bay Cruise to San Francisco - 50 mins
- Ends at: The Ferry Building
The tour was excellent I did not feel rushed and was able to see how the wine is made and stored. There was one fee (around $120) for the tour but there were additional tasting fees at the winery. Each winery included 4 tastings/ 2 glasses of wine. You could purchase additional tastings. Be sure you understand this with any Napa Valley Tour. Be sure to check in on swarm or other social media to see if there are additional specials. The picnic lunch was served at Andretti, included deli sandwiches, fruit, vegetable and desert. Since this is outside, get the food as soon as possible before the flies get to it :) You could purchase wine at slightly discounted prices for being on the tour or sign up for wine of the month clubs. I would definitely recommend this tour for a quick one day trip from San Francisco. It's not a small tour so if you are looking for a more intimate option try researching on TripAdvisor. What are your favorite wineries in Napa Valley/Sonoma area?