A delightful tour with a knowledgeable guide in a 13-passenger van. Robin was excellent. Tour was informative and conducted at a comfortable pace. The wineries were generous in their tasting offerings, both in quality and in quantity. The smaller vehicle certainly enhanced the experience as we were able to get acquainted with our travel mates. All in all, a fun and memorable day.
Sonoma Valley Wine Tour
Adult from $139.99
All Tasting Fees Included
Explore Historic Sonoma Square
Discover the Charm of Sonoma Valley
Enjoy wine tasting at three specially selected wineries throughout the region. Learn about their unique stories and processes while you sample great wines. You’ll have free time to get lunch and explore charming Sonoma Square and sample local produce including wine, cheese and chocolate-a truly memorable experience!
Get off the beaten path and discover the many hidden gems of Sonoma
Visit three boutique wineries hand-picked by us
Create a memorable experience with family and friends
Receive a generous tasting session at each winery (included in price!)
Enjoy free time to explore charming Sonoma Square
Travel in a small, friendly group on board luxury transport
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Current Pricing Valid Through 12/31/22
Weekdays (Monday through Thursday)
- Adult: $139.99 per person
- Youth (under 21): $99.99 per person
Weekends (Friday through Sunday)
- Adult: $149.99 per person
- Youth (under 21): $109.99 per person
Pick-ups start at 8:00 am, tour officially starts at 9:00 am.
Pick-ups are included from your San Francisco hotel or residency
• All our tours include pick-up and drop-offs within certain zones (so we can stick to our schedule!).
• You will have a 15 pick-up window.
• In the rare occasion of guests being outside of this zone or for those coming into the area via public transit, we arrange pick-up/drop-off at a public meeting point: Parc 55 Hotel at 55 Cyril Magnin St at 8:15 am.
• Please note that we do not pick up from the airport or airport hotels.
Tours are available year-round
Full-day tour concluding between 4:45 and 5:45 pm
Included in Tour:
|A detailed winery tour with descriptions of the winemaking process||Tips for your guide|
|Photo stop at the Golden Gate Bridge|
|Lively narrative on San Francisco history and neighborhoods|
|A visit to Sonoma Square|
|Pick-up and drop-off|
|Complimentary water, gum, mints and suntan lotion|
Schedule for the Day
8:00 – 9:00 am: Pick-ups and then drive out to Wine Country, photo stop at Golden Gate Bridge en route
10:15 – 11:15 am: Tasting at the Robledo Family Winery
11:30 – 12:45 pm: Second tasting at Peter Cellars
1:00 – 2:30 pm: Free time to get lunch on your own and explore historic Sonoma Square
2:45 – 3:45 pm: Final tasting at Homewood Winery
4:45 – 5:45 pm: Arrive back to San Francisco with guest drop-off
Please note that times and wineries are subject to change.
Good to Know
• Take advantage of the fantastic wineries and buy a few bottles! Our vehicles can accommodate your purchases or the wineries can ship your bottles home.
• Remember to eat a filling breakfast before coming on the tour since there aren’t any food or coffee stops on the way to wine country.
• Be sure to bring a valid ID — the legal drinking in the US is 21.
• Wear layers and consider bringing a hat, shorts and sunglasses.
• Let us know if you are celebrating a special day like an anniversary, birthday or honeymoon and we’ll happily make your day a little more special!
• Don’t forget to tip your guide! If you’ve had a great day with us, a tip of 15-20% is customary and very much appreciated.
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The Wineries You'll Visit
Please note that times and wineries are subject to change.
The Robledo Winery showcases a heartwarming story of hard work and strong family ties. Reynaldo Robledo made history by becoming the first Mexican vineyard worker to open a winery and tasting room in the United States. Today, the winery remains very much a family business producing some of the best wines in Sonoma. Enjoy tasting a selection of their popular wines while seated around the large oak table imported from Reynaldo’s home state of Michoacan. Read more about Robledo Family Winery.
Peter Cellars embodies the charm of Sonoma Valley wine tasting. This boutique estate winery produces award-winning varietals under the watchful eye of winemaker Peter Mauel. He combines the unique terroir and fruit characteristics of the famous Carneros appellation with old-world French winemaking techniques. Peter grew up in the United Kingdom and honed his skills in Burgundy and Bordeaux before studying at UC Davis. Read more about Peter Cellars.
Homewood Winery is a true down-home experience. It’s a quaint and friendly micro-winery nestled in the heart of the Carneros region, producing about 1000 cases each year. With luck, you’ll get to meet the owner, Dave, and hear about his passion for the vine and how he learned and grew within the industry from simple home winemaker to cellar proprietor to produce his beloved wines. Read more about Homewood Winery.
Read What Our Guests Love About Us!
Erin was excellent in setting up a perfectly laid out plan for three winery tastings and an hour lunch at the very cool Oakville Grocery. Ned drove and kept us in schedule. A great day, very relaxed but got to see lots. Thanks Erin and Ned!
This was a thoroughly entertaining tour of wine country. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, put Green Dream Tours on your radar.
We got to visit a few of Sonoma Valley’s lesser known/off-the-beaten path wineries (eg Robledo and Larson Family Winery and Nicholson). The deluxe shuttle picked me up on-time in Mill Valley and in less than 30 minutes we arrived at our first destination. Our guide Dylan was a delight – full of energy, local knowledge, and made sure our bus had a rockin’ soundtrack and plenty of bottled water (a boy’s gotta keep hydrated!). Of the three wineries we visited, I would say that Larson was my favorite. The property has a unique history (the world’s most famous horse, Seabiscuit, used to train here before they converted this into a winery). In addition to boasting delicious wines, Larson is also very dog-friendly and family-friendly. They have a bocce ball court and several games that folks can play while sipping. Be warned: this place gets quite busy on weekends (I’d recommend visiting Larson during the week, if possible).
In between tastings, we got to nibble on a delicious lunch courtesy Basque Cafe. Our boxed meal included a turkey sandwich, fruit salad, and one of the chewiest chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had! After visiting the second winery, we made a stop in Sonoma Square. We were given an hour to stroll through the shops and eateries of this charming town. You definitely should pay a visit to the Cheese Shop. And if you’re a pet owner, you need to swing by Three Dog Bakery. The owner couldn’t be more lovely, and they have a vast selection of doggy treats and toys.
The whole tour from pick-up to drop-off lasted 7 hours. They took care of everything (transportation, wine tasting fees, and lunch). If you’re looking to spend a memorable day in wine country, give the Green Dream team a holler.