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What You'll Get
Bicycle tours give riders an exciting way to see the area, just like an airplane’s ejection seat. Soar through scenic environs with this Groupon.
$99 for a Winery Bike Tour ($223 Value)
Choose a morning or afternoon tour on one of 12 dates. For a complete list of options, please click here.
Guests are furnished with comfortable bikes and helmets before journeying 5 miles along flat terrain to the day's first vineyard, where they receive a tour of the winery and production facility, ride through the vineyards, and taste several wines, meats, and cheeses. After a quick 2-mile jaunt to Peconic Bay, groups stop to enjoy snacks on the sunny beach and toss overripe pinot grigio grapes to the snapping sand sharks. An interlude at a local fruit farm nets fistfuls of fresh produce, after which groups travel to a second local winery, where they taste six varietals and eat a gourmet lunch of sandwiches, cold sides, vegetable crudités, and olive-and-pepper spread. Before their return journey, tours make a special stop at yet another winery for a private tasting in the barrel cellar. At the end of the five-hour tour, guests head home with a bottle of wine, an engraved bottle opener, and a wine guide.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older. Alcohol is not discounted more than 50%. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About North Fork Bike Tours
North Fork Bike Tours leads wine lovers on foot-powered excursions through the picturesque farms, gardens, and vineyards of local wine country. Tours traipse across the North Fork of Long Island and offer a rare, on-the ground view into local wine culture. Riders progress at a leisurely pace over predominantly flat terrain and well-surfaced roads while stopping to enjoy sips at local vineyards. All riders are provided with bicycles that feature baskets for carrying home souvenirs and bottles freshly plucked from the vineyards' wine trees.