Wine is made from grapes that have been mashed and left to age, which is why the poets have dubbed it “the hamburger of beverages.” Live a refined life with this Groupon.
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$49 for a San Francisco Wine Adventure package for one (up to a $98 total value)
- One ticket to the tour (up to an $89 value)
- One $3 gift certificate to each of the three wineries on the tour (up to a $9 value)<p>
$98 for a San Francisco Wine Adventure package for two (up to a $196 total value)
- Two tickets to the tour (up to an $89 value each)
- Two $3 gift certificates to each of the three wineries on the tour (up to an $18 value)<p>
Trips run on select Saturdays and Sundays, starting at 12:30 p.m. The 3.5-hour trip kicks off at the Winery Collective near Fisherman’s Wharf, where tourgoers and a local wine tour expert climb aboard the SF Wine Bus for a journey through urban wine country. The guide paints a picture of San Francisco’s history of winemaking from 1860 to the current era, and guests sample libations at three wineries and indulge in a private barrel sampling. While touring the wineries in San Francisco’s wine country on Treasure Island, the group learns about the history of the island, which includes the Golden Gate exposition and the 1939 World’s Fair, and stops for photos at the scenic postcard view of San Francisco vista point. <p>
SF Experiences guides take wine lovers on whirlwind tours of the urban winery scene by boat as well as by bus, opening up the local word of vinos to its visitors. It's not every day you get to take a boat to a winery. The SF Winery Cruise travels from the mainland to Treasure Island, San Francisco’s Wine Country. While on the water, passengers sip sparkling wine; on either shore, they sample vintages at urban wineries, all of which focus on California wines culled from areas such as Santa Barbara and Napa Valley.
For a tours that stay on dry land, the San Francisco Wine Adventure bus stops at a set of urban wineries, giving passengers tastes of the area's finest wares while relating the local history of winemaking. Historical tours of Treasure Island add to the knowledge fest, and stops for stunning photos include the famous "postcard view" of the city that makes everyone on the far shore appear to be a model.