11 Apr 5 Essentials You Need for a Perfect Wine Tour
A weekend wine tour with friends can be an exciting adventure, but in order to get to the winery, you need to perfect your planning. Thinking about how every element comes together to create the whole experience is important, which is why we’ve culminated a list of five essential items you need to consider when you’re planning the trip of a lifetime. Here’s what you’ll need to think about:
Time of Year
When you’re planning a wine tour, it’s important to think about the time of year you’d like to visit. Spring? Fall? Wineries usually have different traffic and products at different times of the year, so make sure you take this into consideration before you head out on your trip. In addition, some wine tours are planned for almost a year in advance, so the sooner you decide, the better.
Where will your food come from during your day trip? You might have access to wine all day long, but not every winery is going to serve full meals during the tours. This is a great opportunity to visit a restaurant you’ve been dying to try or even to plan a potluck picnic.
Wine tours often take you through some beautiful scenery, but it’s also important to know what exact route you’ll be taking to get from winery to winery along the way. You might not need a physical map for this as cell coverage can be spotty. Also, consider other points of interest near each winery location.
Never planned a wine tour before? No problem. Speaking with a professional wine tour planner who knows the specific area that you’re planning to visit can make your experience that much richer.
Above all else, don’t drink and drive. If you want a safe, fun tour, it’s best to rent a ride with a party bus rental or with limo services. Not only will you be safe with a limousine service, you and your friends will be riding in style. The limousine industry generates approximately $11 billion annually, and for good reason. Why not pool together some cash and ride in the lap of luxury during your adventure?
Planning might not be the most exciting part of a trip with friends, but all of that hard work will definitely pay off in the amount of fun you’ll have on your trip.