Winery Tour - Napa Valley

Five-Day, Four-Night Napa Valley Wine Tour from Authentic Wine Country

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Napa Valley Winery Tour

Together, Napa Valley and Sonoma County make up the most renowned wine region in California—and the country—with more than 400 wineries in Napa Valley and 200 in Sonoma. On this five-day, four-night adventure from Authentic Wine Country, you'll tour some of these vineyards, chat with winemakers, and sip the fruits of their labors. Click to view the full itinerary.

Day 1: After you arrive in Napa Valley, take the day to sightsee on your own. Suggested spots include the towns of St. Helena, Yountville, and Calistoga, a spa town that recalls the Old West with wooden sidewalks and mountain views. There, you can lounge in the natural hot springs and mud bath, or head to the general store, a landmark that dates back to the late 1850s.

At night, you'll stay at The Ivy Hotel, a chic boutique property in the town of Napa. Unwind at the outdoor pool, surrounded by private cabanas and blooming gardens.

Day 2: After a continental breakfast at The Ivy, you and 8–12 other guests will be picked up at 10:30 a.m. for a day of touring the Napa Valley. The driver customizes the exact itinerary that day based on feedback from the group, but tours generally include smaller and historic wineries. As you shuttle along, your driver will expound upon local history and the winemaking process. You'll munch on an artisan picnic lunch, and enjoy a cheese platter and bottled water throughout. At 4:30 p.m., you'll be dropped off back at The Ivy Hotel.

Day 3: Today, you'll journey to Sonoma County—specifically, the town of Geyserville—and you'll receive a one-day ticket of admission to more than 80 wineries in northern Sonoma. The ticket comes with an array of perks that vary between wineries, such as private tours, free souvenir glasses, barrel tastings, or a behind-the-scenes tour with the winemaker. The ticket also includes a free tasting at most wineries.

Back in Geyserville, you'll rest your head at the Geyserville Inn, a charming hotel tucked between Dry Creek Valley and Alexander Valley and near a slew of Sonoma County wineries.

Day 4: The day's main event is a tour of a family-owned Alexander Valley winery and its underground caves. You'll tour the vineyard and wine cave, and check out the winemaking facilities. Additionally, the winemaker will pair wine made onsite with five local artisan cheeses, served by a fleet of tuxedos.

When you have spare time, check out the nearby Healdsburg Plaza, surrounded by antique shops, indie boutiques, art fairs, and restaurants.

Day 5: After a complimentary breakfast at the Geyserville Inn, you'll head home.

Staff Q&A: Napa Valley and Sonoma

Brandy K. is the Director of Brand Marketing for Groupon Getaways. She likes snakes, braised meats, and ballet. Below, she shares her thoughts on late-night snacking in Napa.

What's the most authentic souvenir you could bring back from Napa Valley?

A hangover and a couple of memberships to various wine clubs that you may not remember joining.

What's the best place to go for a 2 am snack, and how do you know this?

Well, it’s not open at 2 a.m., but I like to go to Oakville Grocery and fill my basket with late-night treats. It's small, but you won't be disappointed. After a day of drinking wine, it’s fun to stumble back to your room and break out a baguette and artisanal cheeses.

What makes Napa one of your favorite getaways?

It's a given that most people visit Napa for the wine. But while at the vineyards and wine tasting rooms, remember to drink in the scenery, too — the backlit wine barrels, the-over the-top, Disney-like architecture, the artistic landscaping, and the incredible views at harvest. Take lots of pictures while you're drinking.

I also love the laid-back wine culture—California makes the wine scene so approachable, and whether you’re drinking or eating, your taste buds are in for a wild ride.

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What You Get

Five-day, four-night Napa Valley wine tour, valid Sunday–Thursday; pay an additional fee of $325 to travel solo.

  • $699 per person for Travel with a Friend package (two Groupons required)
  • $1,398 for a package for two

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Included in both options:

  • Accommodations at The Ivy Hotel and the Geyserville Inn
  • Daily breakfast
  • Boutique winery tour and artisan picnic lunch
  • Estate vineyard and wine cave tour with wine and cheese pairing
  • Wine-tasting pass to more than 80 wineries

Book by: 8/31/12
Travel by: 3/31/13

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

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The Fine Print

  • Book by 8/31/12 or promotional value expires
  • Must travel by 3/31/13
  • Limit 1 per person, 1 additional as a gift
  • Limit 2 per visit
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • Subject to availability
  • All cancellations subject to fee of 20% Groupon price
  • 2-week cancellation notice or fee of 50% Groupon price; 1-week or fee of 80% Groupon price; 1-day or fee of Groupon price
  • Must be 18+ to check in; 21+ to consume alcohol
  • Credit card required at booking/check-in
  • Valid only for double rooms
  • $325 single supplement fee req'd for solo travel
  • Taxes are included.
  • Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Other Details

Room Details

The Ivy Hotel: Deluxe Double/Twin Room

  • One king-size or two queen-size beds
  • 42-inch TV
  • Complimentary WiFi

The Geyserville Inn

  • Featherbeds with down comforters
  • Fireplaces in most rooms
  • Balconies or patios in most rooms

What It's Worth

Five-day, four-night Napa Valley wine tour, valid Sunday–Thursday; pay an additional fee of $325 to travel solo.

  • $699 per person for Travel with a Friend package (two Groupons required; up to a $1,798 value)
  • $1,398 for a package for two (up to a $3,596 value)

Included in both options:

  • Accommodations at The Ivy Hotel and the Geyserville Inn
  • Daily breakfast
  • Boutique winery tour and artisan picnic lunch
  • Estate vineyard and wine cave tour with wine and cheese pairing
  • Wine-tasting pass to more than 80 wineries

Getting There

  • By plane: about 59 miles from San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • By car: about 48 miles north of San Francisco

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