What You'll Get
- for a Picnic Driving Tour for two people ( value)
Guests get behind the wheels of two-seater BMW Z4s to caravan along on a tour of the Vermont countryside. A guide leads the pack, teaching tourists about sites such as Camel’s Hump and the Champlain Valley, and they can hear the narration through their provided radios and headsets. Along the trip, groups will stop off for photos, shopping, and maple creemees, as well as a wine tasting at Lincoln Peak Vineyards. The tour ends by returning to Dreamhouse Country Inn for a gourmet picnic lunch. The whole excursion runs from about 10:30 a.m. til 2:30 p.m.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Credit card required at booking. Subject to availability. Operates in all weather conditions. Must be 21+ to drive, have valid license and proof of insurance. Passenger must be at least 4 ft 8 inches tall due to airbags. Operates rain or shine. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Country Driving Tours of Vermont
The Italian countryside has inspired poetry, music, paintings—and after a visit from George Landis and Sue Small—a new business venture. When the duo toured the Tuscan region, they did so at the helm of a Fiat 500 while a tour guide in another car ahead of them narrated the history of the undulating, vineyard-rich area over the radio. After returning to the States, the duo established Country Driving Tours of Vermont to give visitors to their area their own car-based tour.
Guests head out in BMW Z4 sports cars—nicknamed Bruno, Deiter, and Fritzi—for all of Country Driving Tours' trips. During the picnic tour, sightseers leisurely traverse through the Champlain Valley, making stops at vineyards and shops before the gourmet picnic lunch is served at Lincoln Peak Vineyards. The Dinner Tour treats guests to views of the sweeping countryside on the way to Tourterelle Restaurant, and the Classic Tour zips visitors around and over the Green Mountains and past its waterfalls that run with maple syrup.