Thirty years ago there really was no choice. The Napa Valley was the ONLY place to go! Now it IS the place to go if the best wines in the world are the goal of your limousine wine tour. If you are entertaining a group from out of state, the world famous Napa region is the "must go to" location in Northern California. If you choose this area try to avoid the weekend crowds to make your wine trip much more enjoyable and productive.
Limousine Club Sacramento suggests your limousine wine tour start at the furthest tasting stop away from Napa and spend the day progressing back towards Napa. This will allow you to avoid much of the highway 29 congestion and better judge your ending time. When organizing the tastings Limousine Club also suggest you group the stops in reference to the cities in the valley because it does not take long to go between Silverado trail and Highway 29.
The Napa Valley offers the best wines, the most beautiful winerys, and many world famous restaurants, but everything has its good and bad qualities and Napa is no exception...
... Tastings rare not free and average $10 per person per winery ... Because of the extra distance, Napa tours require an extra hour of limousine travel to be added to your budget ...You seldom see the winery owners and many of the most popular stops could use an employee attitude adjustment ... You have to deal with the Interstate 80 traffic and unpredictable congestion in Fairfield and Vacaville
When planning a limousine wine tasting tour NAPA is only one of the choices referred by Limousine Club Sacramento. We also suggest you review our website pages for AMADOR, EL DORADO, LODI and the CARNEROS wine regions.