Women in Winemaking Tours

From $499

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Raise a Glass to Women Winemakers

We salute the women winemakers of Napa and Sonoma! We recognize their skill, knowledge and dedication to their craft in a traditionally male-dominated industry. These special tours showcase three highly acclaimed women winemakers who have proudly made their mark on California’s Wine Country. View sample itineraries for women in winemaking.

Why Go Private?

Experience Wine Country on your terms with a customizable tour

Spend the day touring your wineries of choice exclusively with your group

Choose luxury transportation including a BMW convertible, limo bus or executive van

Receive special one-on-one care and attention from your private guide and driver

Sit back, relax and enjoy the day as we do all the planning, organizing and driving

Make a celebration extra special and memorable for your friends or loved ones

Trip Details

Price:

Full-day tour: from $599 to $1199
Half-day tour: from $499

 

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Pick-up Location & Time:

We pick up from all San Francisco hotels and residences, and throughout the Bay Area and Napa/Sonoma, at a time of your choosing.


Vehicle Options:

We have transportation options for all tastes and requirements.

 

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Inclusions:

• Pick-up and drop-off
• Luxury transportation throughout the day
• Friendly and knowledgeable guide

Please note that tasting fees at the wineries are not included.


Group Size:

Anywhere from 2 to 200+


Schedule:

Arranged to suit your needs and preferences

8:30 am: Hotel pick-up and photo stop
10:00 – 11:30 am: First tasting
11:45 – 12:45 pm: Second tasting
1:00 – 2:30 pm: Lunch (restaurant or picnic style)
2:45 – 3:45 pm: Third tasting
5:00 pm: Arrive back in San Francisco

Timing and order will depend on availability at the wineries and the experiences you select.
Occasionally substitutions may be required.

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Women Winemakers of Napa Valley

Women winemakers in Napa Valley

We salute the women winemakers of Napa by dedicating a tour exclusively to them. This premium tour of Napa Valley showcases three highly acclaimed women winemakers who have made a mark on the Napa horizon in an industry traditionally dominated by men.

The Wineries You'll Visit

The Crocker & Starr name reflects the unique partnership between Charlie and Pam and the key components that each one brings to the table – great grapes and great talent – to achieve great wine. In 1997 Charlie Crocker and Pam Starr established Crocker & Starr with a common goal of resurrecting the historic Crocker Vineyard Estate and creating world-class wines from its extraordinary terroir.

A true California sparkling wine pioneer, Chandon was founded in 1973 by Moët & Chandon. From the vineyards to the wine in the glass, Domaine Chandon marries the best of French tradition with new-world innovation. Every bottle of their sparkling wine expresses their French heritage and innovative American spirit.

The name Antica originates from the words Antinori and California and represents the Antinori family’s long-standing desire to craft exceptional estate wines that are a true expression of Napa Valley terroir. The Antinori family’s 26 generations of winemaking history are synonymous with the famed wine growing regions of Tuscany and Umbria.

Women Winemakers of Sonoma

Two hands handing stem of wine glass toasting

We salute the women winemakers of Sonoma by dedicating a tour exclusively to them. This premium tour of the Sonoma Valley showcases three highly acclaimed women winemakers who have made a mark on the Sonoma horizon, in an industry traditionally dominated by men.

The Wineries You'll Visit

Located in Dry Creek Valley, this estate winery was built in 1981 and focuses on producing Ferrari-Carano’s stellar white wines. Ferrari-Carano harvests their grapes at night when temperatures are the coolest, giving them crisp and intense fruit flavors.

The grapes for Montemaggiore wines come from their mountainside estate vineyards in Sonoma County near the small town of Healdsburg. Their location, climate and soils are the key to producing rich, elegant wines.

Former tech executives Greg and Nancy decided to “give it all up” to follow their passion and dream. They bought hillside property, planted vines and opened Kachina Vineyards. Their 100% green winery has the look and feel of old-world Tuscany under the Dry Creek Valley sun.

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