While onboard, zone out to Sirius radio, treat mitts to a warm scented towel, or surf the Internet with complimentary WiFi. Blue Groundways also offers onboard bistro service (with fresh, non-frozen fare), pillows and blankets on hand, a climate-controlled cabin, and Starbucks brews. If you're of the legal age, a complimentary alcoholic beverage will find its way to your hand; if you aren't, then enjoy an equally complimentary soda. You can also lounge back in spacious seating and pass the time with Blockbuster movies.
Amenities abound inside the plush limos of California Elegance Transportation. As passengers cruise through the Bay Area and its surrounding wine country, they can enjoy satellite radio, a DVD player, and bar essentials, including complimentary ice and soda. When the limo stops, passengers alight at any destination of their choosing or at one of up to four wineries on their prearranged wine-tasting tour.
Robin Hood Limousine’s highly trained drivers are well acquainted with the winding roads of Napa and Sonoma Valley. After all, they’ve been navigating their classic Lincoln stretch limos through them for years on guided tours of the region’s more than 300 local vineyards and wineries. The expert drivers can design custom wine-tasting itineraries for these trips, drawing from their familiarity with the local area to pick out ideal spots and avoid all troll-guarded bridges. They also extend their chauffer services for a variety of special events, shuttling their limos and specialty cars to airports, weddings, and proms throughout Northern California. During these luxury jaunts, six to nine guests enjoy amenities such as televisions and cushy leather seats.
Long visited by dreamy visions of starting their own tour company, Jewels Wine Tours owners and Napa Valley residents Julia Young and Ryan Raes utilize their regional intimacy to construct guided tours to the finest wineries, distilleries, and restaurants the area has to offer. The team takes great joy in customizing packages to their guests’ preferences, whether customers are looking to taste-test a certain hard-to-find vintage, or just want to be driven around by someone other than the family dog. A dedicated driver handles navigation for the duration of each tour, allowing the grape gurus to focus on enriching the tour experience by answering in-depth questions and providing insights into Napa and Sonoma Valley history.
It's a daunting task to visit all the wineries in the Napa/Sonoma region—there are more than 900 of them. Luckily, Stacy's Wine Tours is up to the challenge. They whisk visitors to a wealth of boutique wineries and vineyards during customized wine tours aboard a fleet of luxury vehicles. Guests can cruise through the grape-dotted countryside inside a stretch limo or opt for a basic designated-driver service.
They can also skip the wine tastings and head out on a brewery tour via Tap in Tours. A tour bus described as an "Irish pub on wheels"—though it's missing drunken novelists and poets—ferries passengers to various microbreweries along the 121 and 101 corridors, including Lagunitas, Hop Monk, and Petaluma Hills Brewing Company.
The experienced drivers of Vallejo Airporter helm a fleet of luxury Lincoln town cars and limousines, shuttling guests to and from area destinations and appointments in style and safety. They deftly weave through traffic as they transport corporate travelers to the airport or to business meetings, and they facilitate ritzy nights on the town as part of birthday parties, prom nights, and mid-July celebrations of British New Year. Each of Vallejo Airporter’s chauffeurs is vetted with toxicology screenings and background checks to ensure customers’ well-being.