San Francisco has it all; the sun, the sea, the sand and especially the wine. Tourists come to the region not only for the hot air ballooning, hiking, biking but also for the wine tasting. The northern part of San Francisco is more popularly known as the wine country where premium wine-making have been practiced since the mid-19th century. With a taste of San Francisco luxury drinking, there are a few places that are worth talking about.
Sonoma’s Donum Estate Blends Wine and Art
The blend of wine and art takes you on an intimate journey through San Francisco. The rolling hills and magical valleys with unending rows of vines. Participants on the tour will experience an extensive collection of art sculptures and sip the bright and fresh 2014 Estate Chardonnay. You’ll also make stops in three wineries in Napa and Sonoma Valley with plenty of optional stops such as shopping, having lunch and some additional wine tasting. The fees for wine tasting are involved in the costs of the tour so you don’t need to worry about that. Clearly, the blending of wine and art is something that Molle-Racke—and Donum—has mastered.
Murrieta’s Well – Livermore Wine Country
A few different tours are available to tourists looking to explore the wineries and vineyards in San Francisco. If you’re interested in doing some luxury drinking then you would want to take a wine tasting experience. This all day tour takes you across Murrieta’s Well so you can see the beautifully remodeled tasting room and patio.
At Murrieta’s Well, you can enjoy sipping on a glass of their acclaimed blends while dining on charcuterie and cheeses, baked mac, shrimp & crab roll, flatbread, or beef short rib. As long as you don’t get too drunk you could really learn a thing or two as well as see the beautiful Wine Country. Their guides will keep you entertained the whole day.
California’s famous Wine Country is changing all the time. Napa Valley may be one of the bigger wine destinations but other areas are beginning to catch up. Take Livermore valley, for example, the area is the Napa of yesteryears. It’s less popular but definitely worth a visit. So if you’re planning to host an out of town guest, better head out to Murrieta’s Well.
Tasting Lounge of Jean-Charles Boisset
Jean-Charles Boisset has 3 wine tasting lounges that push wine tasting experience to the next level. These wine tasting lounges are incredibly beautiful. It’s stimulating atmosphere makes guests cut loose and feel relaxed. Each lounge creates an atmosphere that’s shamelessly outrageous with high-quality print banquettes, velvet walls, chandeliers, and the best china and crystal combine glassware. So, indulge in this fine drinking experience and enjoy an unforgettable day in the midst of JCB Tasting Lounges.
Take a luxury drinking trip through San Francisco. You won’t regret the experience.