Wine, beer, spirits
Updated: Sep 2, 2019
The best part about visiting west coast wine country? The same as the worst part - an overwhelming number of options. Keep reading to see how we help you sort through them all.
Work with us to help you sort through the many, many options. Here is how we can help you:
Following a call, we'll present you with options that we think would best suit your preferences - this includes wine/beer/spirit types and experiences - not everyone wants an 8 course lunch in the middle of the day.
We do the leg work - from researching to booking to follow up (think shipping wine home), we'll do all of this for you.
We know the winemakers at the places that "don't see" visitors... that wish list you have... we're going to make it happen.
We know not everyone loves wine - and sometimes all you want after a day of drinking wine is a really good beer or a refreshing cocktail - we've been there - we'll set you up with brewery and distillery tours and tastings if that's more in line with your preferences.
Drinking and driving are not a good match so let us find the best transportation option for your day(s) of tasting.
The west coast is big - almost 1,300 miles long from Seattle to San Diego big - don't spend your day driving all around a region - working with us means we'll maximize your time in wine country.
Wine country is more than Napa - we love Napa, we really do, but we know it's much more than that. We love Los Olivos and Willamette and the Columbia Gorge. We're here to help you plan the best wine country trip that suits you, your tastes and your budget.