United States

From fine Californian wine to urban craft beer, the USA is the cradle of some of the most exciting modern day beverages that you will ever taste. Delight your senses by taking a wine and craft beer themed journey through the states, learning about the history and culture behind beverage making in the USA. Prohibition will definitely be over for you!

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$
89
/ Person
Oakland, California, United States
Duration:
4 H
 (3)
The Golden West Beer Tour | Visit Oakland and Berkeley Breweries There's nothing better than a guided tour where you check out the best local breweries, drink amazing beers, meet great ... morepeople and not have to worry about a thing!

Oakland was at one time one of the largest beer brewing cities in the country until Prohibition ended the city’s golden glow. But thanks to several microbrewers it is buzzing again. For the last few years Oakland and Berkeley have emerged as a craft beer goldmine and the location of some of the best breweries, brewpubs and beer bars in the Golden State.

On this brewery tour you can also listen to your favorite tunes and play games throughout the day! You will have plenty of time to taste a variety of amazing beers from Common Lagers to Sours and enjoy a quick bite if you choose.
$
159
/ Person
Leavenworth, Washington, United States
Duration:
6 H
 (2)
This Wenatchee River white water rafting and wine tasting adventure in Cashmere, Washington is a customer fan favorite! It is 6 hours of non-stop fun, and includes being picked up ... morein the center of Leavenworth and tranfer to the rafting meeting point in Cashmere, Washington. Enjoy the awesome waves of the Wenatchee River, followed by a delicious sirloin steak BBQ, and 3 hours of wine tasting in the Leavenworth Valley.

Our experienced guides will get you geared up for your white water adventure! Your excitement begins immediately as you launch directly into Upper Gorilla and Sharkstooth, filled with lots of fun waves. Soon you’ll be upon the unforgettable rapids of Drunkards Drop, with great walls of green and white water.

End your white water rafting adventure with the massive sandstone ledges of Snowblind, where your guide will show off their cool moves in this technical maze, followed by the awesome waves of Grannys and the Suffacator. Your white water adventure ends at the beautiful and relaxing Riverside Park in Cashmere, Washington.

Change into dry clothes, and enjoy loading up your plate at our delicious Top Sirloin Steak BBQ -- with corn on the cob, potato salad, french bread, and ice cold lemonade, (Vegetarian options also available). Here you can relive your rafting adventure, viewing photos from the day, and laughing about the highlights with your guides.

Your day isn't over yet! Next, you'll head over to the best wineries of the beautiful Wenatchee Valley. You'll enjoy some classic Eastern Washington reds as well as traditional German grapes in the spirit of Leavenworth.

We will be tasting many wines along the way, so we always encourage our guests to stay well hydrated with the bottled water provided. We will finish back at our downtown Leavenworth shop, and we take care of all the driving along the way!

Please consider purchasing some of these amazing wines on the tour and support our local wineries. They are very special people and work hard for your wine tasting enjoyment!
$
89
/ Person
Oakland, California, United States
Duration:
4 H
 (2)
The Blue Collar Beer Tour | Visit Breweries in Alameda and San Leandro, California There's nothing better than a guided tour where you can check out local breweries, drink amazing ... morebeers, meet great people and not have to worry about a thing!

No hard hats required for this tour, but be ready for strong and well-constructed beer flavors. These brewers are brave and hard at work producing some of the most popular craft beers in the country. There are seemingly infinite options for every kind of palette.

On this beer tour you will visit breweries on the industrial side of San Leandro as well as visit Alameda to taste innovative beers and learn about the brewing process. Sip and relax while enjoying amazing views of the bay and ride through some beautiful neighborhoods. You can also listen to your favorite tunes and play games throughout the day! Reservations are required. All participants must be at least 21 years old.
$
110
/ Person
Leavenworth, Washington, United States
Duration:
1 Day
Snowshoeing and wine tasting in mountains of Leavenworth, Washington is the ultimate winter wonderland adventure! Meet your group in downtown Leavenworth, Washington and you will ... morethen be transported by our adventure bus to and from our beautiful snowshoeing area along the Icicle River. You will love trekking with your experienced and outgoing guides as your snowshoeing trek leds you through several miles of Alpine Meadows and Ponderosa Forests. Be sure to bring your camera as the scenery is absolutely breathtaking (Hint! your friends will be so jealous when they see your pictures).

Snowshoeing is a great way to get some excursise in before enjoying a light lunch and then heading over to some of the best wineries between the Leavenworth and Wenatchee area. We will return to our Leavenworth shop and enjoy a sandwich buffet before relaxing to the taste of crisp white wines and savory reds, while getting to know the local wine makers. We work with only the most friendly and intimate wineries based completely on guest reviews. You will be sure to end your day totally relaxed and with a big smile on your face!

We'll also provide bottled water along the way to keep you energized and hydrated all day. You'll be sure to end your day with a big smile on your face!

This winter wonderland adventure is a fun filled time for adults of all ages and all snowshoeing equipment is provided for you by your guides.

This snowshoeing and wine tasting adventure is our most popular tour of the winter season!
$
257
62
/ Person
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Duration:
6,5 H
Spend the day enjoying Santa Fe's chic boutiques, traders markets & vintage finds! If you’re visiting Santa Fe and you don’t know where to shop or you’re a local and like to discover ... morenew hidden gems, leave the boys to their own devices and come take a fashion shopping tour. Whatever your budget and tastes are Tonia will take the work out of your shopping day and make it nothing but fun.

Enjoy a personalized Santa Fe shopping tour with Tonia, an experienced fashionista, who takes you around to the trendiest boutiques, vintage shops and Traveler’s Market hide-a-ways to achieve your signature look for the perfect combination of casual and chic, vintage and luxury. You’ll also have the chance to pick up fabulous holiday gifts along the way for the man and kids in you life. Lunch and a hip coffee break along the way will keep your energy up! At the end of your exciting shopping excursion you’ll enjoy a tasting flight of sparkling and still wines at the charming European style Gruet Tasting Room.

Tonia, a local professional style consultant and personal shopper has personal relationships with designers and store owners in Santa Fe, and will bring that exclusivity to your tour leading you on a true insider shopping experience. Be guided around Santa Fe's retail highlights of the moment. This fashion shopping tour of Santa Fe is a must for design lovers, trend setters and cool hunters from all over the world.

Tonia’s personal style is eclectic and globally chic; combining classic timeless pieces with the exotic, originating from her love of travel and the beauty of style as celebrated from different parts of the world. The most extravagant part of Tonia’s personalized Santa Fe Fashion Tour is that it is the most efficient shopping spree you will ever experience(with the added bonus of shops offering you a special discount on anything you buy on this tour!)

Wrap up your holiday shopping with fabulous trinkets, baubles and exotic charms from Tibet, Peru, India and Mexico all to be found on our tour. The wrapping trimmings you find will be gifts in themselves!
$
85
88
/ Person
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Duration:
3 H
Behind Adobe Walls Fragrant Wysteria vines cascading over an adobe wall, a hand carved rustic door leading to a secret courtyard....plastered adobe walls mixed with mica or straw glistening ... morein the sun ... Join us on an exclusive and charming tour of 'Behind Adobe Walls' an architectural and interior walking tour in the historic Eastside neighborhood of Santa Fe.

Discover the beauty and distinguishing features of the three styles of architecture found in New Mexico; Pueblo, Spanish Territorial and Northern New Mexico architecture.

Walking down small, winding back roads in the residential historic district intertwined with Canyon Road's Gallery district you will discover the traditional warmth of New Mexican Pueblo style, the classic elegance of a Spanish Territorial and the tall and narrow pitched roofs of Northern New Mexico style. As we walk along the traditional Acequia (water ditches) in the historic district, learn about their history, and how they continue to be used today to irrigate private residences gardens through a time-old tradition of controlling the opening and closing of the water flow.

By the end of the walking tour you will be in tune with the architectural character and history of each style.

Tour the charming 150 year old Territorial-style historic private residence with donkey and horse stables along the Acequia showcased multiple times in Su Casa and Trend magazine.

What makes the historic homes in Santa Fe feel so charming, grounded, soulful and blessed with sanctuary? Elements of hand-craftsmanship by local artisans; tinwork, wood carved architectural details, hand-plastered surfaces, textiles, antiques with patina and found curiosities.

...the home feels as if it was collected over time so there is a journey, narrative, and a story that can be told. A home should the tell the story of who you are, and where you've been. Experience an interior that has been collected and assembled and see where authenticity and provenance of pieces creates a meaningful and soulful home ...

Cool off with a refreshment of prickly pear cactus ice tea or "Cota" Indian tea along with homemade biscochitos in the traditional inner courtyard. 

Learn how easy it is to prepare these traditional and elegant Santa Fe refreshments for your guests when you get back home using simple ingredients you can purchase in Santa Fe.

Celebrate at the end of your walking tour with a glass of Gruet champagne at the Gruet Tasting Room at Hotel St. Francis. Your guide Tonia has been a New Mexico resident for over 25 years and has worked closely with the historic preservation at the Pueblo of Acoma and is one of Santa Fe's leading Interior Designers...
$
75
/ Person
Bend, Oregon, United States
Duration:
3 H
This Friday Night Bend Bike Pub Crawl starts at 6 pm at a historic Inn in downtown Bend, Oregon. From there the group will visit 3 to 4 different Brew Pubs to taste local beers. In ... morebetween pubs there will be a historic tour of the Old Mill District and the waterfront. The evening will end back at the Inn where there are often social evenings and BBQs.
$
95
/ Person
Bend, Oregon, United States
Duration:
4 H
This Friday Afternoon Bike Pub Crawl that starts at a historic Inn in downtown Bend, Oregon. From there we will do tastings at 2 different Brew Pubs, followed by a facility brewing ... moretour at a local brewery. There will also be a historic tour of the Old Mill District and the waterfront. The tour ends back at the Inn where there are often social evenings and BBQs.
$
150
/ Person
Edmonds, Washington, United States
Duration:
3 H
Looking for a truly fun and unique experience? Do you enjoy learning new things? Are you a Gin enthusiast? If you answered yes then this gin making GINiology class is for you! ... more

Located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle, send an interesting evening finding out exactly which gin is right for you. Which unique blend best represents your style. You will also learn about the history and production of gin, while enjoying a couple of classic Gin cocktails. Taste the many independent flavors used to make most gins in the world. What does orris root taste like when isolated from other flavors? What about elderflower, or cucumber?

Create your own personal botanical recipe which you can take home with you! If you could make your perfect gin, what would you include? What would you exclude? In addition to the standard juniper flavor (big or minimalist), do I want my gin to have: Heat? Citrus? Spice? Floral notes? This personal gin experience represents who you are as a gin fan!

A truly unique experience where you can craft your own gin with personalized assistance in an intimate group environment and even take it home that evening! You can also reorder your gin recipe at any time (and why wouldn’t you, because yours is the best ever).
$
129
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$
179
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
6 H
This is no ordinary wine tour! Your wine tour guide will be a WSET Certified Personal Sommelier who knows, loves and appreciates the wine country. Your guide will be with you all day, ... moreinside the tasting rooms and out in the vineyards, helping you understand more about your personal palate and the winemaking process. This is an intimate look at the wine country as our personal guest and how these wines compare to wines from around the world. 

This is truly a personal wine country experience, unlike others. We have been visiting the wine country for more than 20 years and each tour is curated based on quality, price, and expression of terroir. This is not your average wine tour! We are a "wine class on wheels" with transportation provided and not a limousine service that provides wine country transportation. We maintain a fleet of Honda Odyssey vans which seat six (and maybe seven) average size adults comfortably.

Tours are also available to Columbia Valley Gorge (just East of Portland) as well as Urban Wineries! While the Willamette Valley specializes in Pinot Noir with rolling hills reminiscent of Burgundy, the Gorge features various Bordeaux red varietals and sweeping vistas of the Columbia River.

Our philosophy is simple......we help you get personal about wine!
$
359
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8 H
Looking for a one-of-a-kind experience while you are visiting the Willamette Valley in Portland, Oregon. Then look no further! During this fun three-hour hot air balloon adventure, ... moreyou will get to help inflate the balloon, take flight for one hour followed by a charming champagne brunch. It's a great way to see (and taste) what makes the Willamette Valley so unique. This balloon ride is the perfect way to kick off your wine country experience!

Your wine tour will begin right after your champagne brunch with all transportation, tastings fees and a delicious lunch provided.

You will be picked up from the launch location at the Newberg Sportsman Airpark. Thus, you only need to park once in the morning (or get a ride) and we take care of the rest since return transportation to most Portland-area locations after your wine tour is included.
$
885
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8 H
Looking for a romantic and one-of-a-kind experience in the Willamette Valley for your next special occasion perhaps a birthday or an anniversary. Then this intimate three-hour hot ... moreair balloon adventure is just perfect for you! During your hot air balloon experience, you will get the opportunity to help to inflate the balloon, take a one hour flight over Willamette Valley followed by a romantic champagne brunch. It's a great way to see (and taste) what makes the Willamette Valley so special. 

Your private wine tour will begin right after your hot air balloon experience with all transportation, tastings fees and a delicious lunch provided.

You will be picked up from the launch location at the Newberg Sportsman Airpark. Thus, you only need to park once in the morning (or get a ride) and we take care of the rest since return transportation to most Portland-area locations after your wine tour is included.
$
109
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$
139
/ Person
Taos, New Mexico, United States
Duration:
4,5 H
Winter is one of the most beautiful seasons in New Mexico!  We invite you to enjoy the outdoors, strap on some lightweight aluminum snowshoes and hit the scenic trails of the Taos ... morebackcountry.

Snowshoeing is a great experience for everyone! Whether you are a skier/snowboarder looking for a change of scene or a day away from the downhill impact on your knees, or you have never been on snowshoes and want to enjoy a day playing in the snow, we like to say if you can walk you can snowshoe!

You will meet your guide in the lobby of El Monte Sagrado Resort in Taos, New Mexico. Enjoy the scenic drive along the US Hill to Amole Canyon, a designated snowshoeing only area in Carson National Forest 20 minutes away from the resort. Your guide will give you a demonstration on how to strap on your snowshoes, fit your poles and set you up with a short safety talk before your snowshoeing adventure starts. Enjoy the old growth Ponderosa Pine forest in this pristine location which is accessible for all levels.

Our trail will be at 8,150 feet in elevation so come prepared with a water bottle, snow boots or comfortable waterproof boot, wear thermal layered clothing, warm gloves and warm hat and sunglasses or goggles. When snowshoeing you warm up quick and wearing a light backpack to delayer is ideal. Our trail will tour along 2 miles of enjoying this backcountry area offering great views of Picuris Peak.

Your snowshoeing tour will end with a regional Wine Tasting at local Vivac Winery at the Anaconda Bar located in El Monte Sagrado Resort.

You will be provided with a packed lunch to keep you energized, your snowshoes and poles.
$
100
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
5,5 H
 (2)
Oregon wine has been accepted by many people worldwide. This is because it captures most curiosity and desires of the clients. Portland and Willamette valley are some of the perfect ... morehubs in the dominated Oregon wine countries. Up to 580, Oregon’s wineries call Willamette valley home because it addresses different tastes and preferences. The winery has proved to be metropolitan cutting across the diverse nature of humanity.

Oregon is home to most the fantastic vineyards all over the world and known for the precise Pinot Noir. It also has wineries covering various regions and AVAs with different weather conditions producing significant reds such as such as Syrah, Cab Franc, Sauvignon, Tempranillo to the Columba River Gorge growing region bringing in medals (gold) winners for Chardonnay, Barbera, and Rieslings. Willamette Valley is undoubtedly the heart for the vineyards.

Wine in the North Willamette Valley was once famous for fruit orchards and nurseries, but later diversified into one of the country’s all-time cool climate varietal producers. The relationship between Micro climates, Volcanic soils, and unique elevation has proven perfect for vineyards and production of the Oregon’s top Pinot Noir for many years. Oregon has been able to show its worth consistently to clients and therefore gained more momentum in marketing its structures.

Willamette Valley:
Among the 580+ wineries located in this region we will visit 3 of the following: Four Graces – Elk Cove – Montinore Estate – WillaKenzie Estate – Fairsing Vineyard – Beacon Hill Winery – Durant Vineyard – Hawks View Vineyard – David Hill – Montinore Estate – Abbey Creek – Vidon – Tresori – Colene Clemens – Stoller Estate – Blakeslee – Erath Vineyard and more…
$
65
/ Person
New York, New York, United States
Duration:
3 H
 (1)
On this Speakeasy Tour of New York's trendy SoHo and NoHo areas, we will dive into all the historical developments that lead to Prohibition in the United States from 1920 to 1933. ... moreWe will tour 6 of the best speakeasies, secret taverns and famous bars of the SoHo and NoHo districts of Manhattan on this 2h 30-minute tour. Where you can try an award-winning high quality craft cocktail, while you sit back and enjoy all the history about why and how Prohibition started and as well how it was enforced.

The tour will end close to Delancey Street and Essex Street where there are many bars, restaurants, nightlife and subway stations and the tour guide will be there for directions and recommendations.
$
65
/ Person
New York, New York, United States
Duration:
3 H
 (1)
During your New York Speakeasy Tour of the West Village, you will be guided through all the historical developments that lead to Prohibition in the United States from 1920 to 1933 ... moreand how it lead to the creation of many speakeasies throughout Manhattan. We will walk you through 6 of the best speakeasies, secret taverns and famous bars from South of Chelsea, through the Meatpacking District and finish the tour in the heart of Greenwich Village. During your speakeasy tour, you will have the chance to try Manhattans award-winning high-quality craft cocktails, while you sit back and enjoy all the history about why and how Prohibition started and as well how it was enforced.

The tour will end close to the West 4th subway station where there are many restaurants, bars, nightlife and the tour guide will be there for directions and recommendations.
$
65
/ Person
New York, New York, United States
Duration:
3 H
 (1)
On this New York Speakeasy Tour of the Lower East Side, we will not only walk you through all the historical developments that lead to Prohibition in the United States but we will ... morealso walk you through 6 of the best speakeasies, secret taverns and famous bars of the hip Lower East Side of Manhattan. You will have the chance to try an award-winning high-quality craft cocktail, while you sit back and enjoy learning the history about how and why Prohibition started and how it was enforced from 1920 to 1933 in the United States. 

Your 2.5-hour speakeasy tour will end close to Delancey Street and Chrystie, where there are many restaurants, bars, nightlife and subway stations. You tour guide will be there for to give you directions, and local recommendations.
$
60
/ Person
San Diego, California, United States
Duration:
2,5 H
 (1)
Bites, Booze and Brothels is a fun and inventive tour that allows you discover the Gaslamp Quarter, the capital of America’s finest city. Taste what makes this metropolis one ... moreof the best destinations for shopping, dining and nightlife. This favorite Gaslamp Quarter food trip will not only please your taste buds but your inquisitiveness, too!

BROTHELS
Your tour guide will offer an in-depth look of the red light district of San Diego and the ladies who rule the streets at that time. Scandalous accounts of the Prohibition-era gangsters and most trendy brothels and will make you wish for more!

BITES
Gratify your hunger at some point in our Gaslamp Quarter walking excursion as we stop at four popular eateries in the region. Cookery from all over the planet comes together to make an appetizing experience that is not like any other. The foodstuff on this sightseeing tour is adequate to offer a full meal for most people, so bring your craving!

BOOZE
The ideal match to an appetizing sampling of cuisines is a drink to accompany it. The Gaslamp Quarter is an abode to a tremendous amount of exclusive craft cocktail bars and leading microbreweries. Complete your Gaslamp Quarter food trip with a sample-sized, cocktail, brew or other invigorating treats for the entire San Diego tour. Join us for a nighttime of drink samplings, tasty food, and happy moments!

List of Restaurants
Ciro’s Pizzeria: original Ciro’s Pizzeria was opened in January 2003 in Gaslamp Quarter. Ciro’s dream is to offer quality pizza and other Italian meals with their exclusive style and New York finesse.

The Field: This Irish pub was literally shipped from Ireland and re-positioned in the center of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.

The Oyster Bar SKC: Here you will get a flavor of New Orleans in San Diego. The ambiance is luxurious yet modest, the meal decadent yet simple, all staff is welcoming.

Meze Grill: The Meze Greek Fusion is a stylish Mediterranean restaurant serving up hummus, Greek favorites and home-made falafel.

Patron’s Corner: When you stop in tacos and margaritas, this contemporary Mexican restaurant is a beautiful place to eat!

Cute Cakes: This place is an old-fashioned cupcake shop offering yummy cupcakes.

Le Parfait Paris: This French pastry shop provides macarons cooked with the finest ingredients. Your lips will be smacking due to the excellent pastries.
$
60
/ Person
San Diego, California, United States
Duration:
2,5 H
 (1)
Taste the savors of the first town in California! Tacos, Tombstones and Tequila, blends history and food into an exceptional and outstanding experience. Join us on one of the most ... morein detail tours of Old Town as your clued-up tour guide takes you on a trip through the historical eras, from early Spanish settlements to Mexican independence to the California’s Gold Rush. Have a night of excellent food tastings and traditional cocktails!

TEQUILA
With deep-rooted Mexican culture, Old Town San Diego bursts with cultural sparkle and lots of tequila to arouse your hunger! We will taste a few tasty cocktails during the Old Town trip.

TACOS
What is an Old Town foods explore without some good provisions? Sample some legitimate Mexican cookery from various Old Town restaurants; counting the one awarded as the Best Mexican Restaurant for around seven years! You will not only satisfy your desire with enticing tacos; however, you will as well experience the tastes of a homemade tortilla.

TOMBSTONES
Old Town did not undergo hundreds of years without adding several ghost stories. This Old Town trip takes you through one of the oldest cemeteries in San Diego where visitors discover why the present is still haunted by the past. Pop into the Whaley House christened as the Most Haunted House in America by the Travel Channel, and probably bump into one of the ethereal spirits whom still visit this historic residence.

Our Partners:

Cafe Coyote: This staple is well-known for its handmade flour tortillas. Taste their trendy carnitas tacos and house margarita on the trip.

Rockin’ Baja Lobster: This fun, margarita and seafood spot makes it simple to enjoy yourself! Their salsa bar is among the best in the region!

The Alamo: This place will take you back to the time when Mexican land was part America, cultures united for success.

Root Beer and Old Town Jerky: Some of the great root beer and jerky are sold here. Taste ostrich or alligator jerky, and go back in time great root beer float for your dessert!
$
85
/ Person
San Diego, California, United States
Duration:
3 H
 (1)
A Wine Tasting Tour of Little Italy This walking tour is a perfect way to explore Little Italy, San Diego. It is one of the stylish neighborhoods in Downtown. With many exclusive boutiques, ... morehistoric buildings, and luxury apartments, it is known as the best place to stay, wine and dine in all of San Diego. On this trip, we will visit four establishments, meet wine enthusiasts who are eager to share with you small production wines and Italian favorites. You will learn the various styles of wine, delight in delicious Italian foods including bruschetta, pizza, calamari, and a special sangria paired with excellent wine.

Little Italy is a historic town that was built on conflicts and the love of a community. The Italian settlers came to California in the mid-19th century and used their fishing skills to make a living. The Italians in San Diego dominated the fishing industry, and because of this, it was recognized as the tuna fishing capital city of the world. In this tour, you will learn how the Italians worked to fish, package, market and distribute this food that is on every menu in America today.
$
130
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8 H
Oregon’s coastline is one of the most scenic spots worth visiting; you’ll love the spectacular cliffs, offshore rocks, wide beaches and majestic capes; just to mention a few. The tour ... moreis scheduled to pass through Astoria town, cannon beach, and Haystack Rock to experience the fascinating Oregon Coastline.

We’ll first pull over at the Astoria Column. The 600 feet column was built in 1926 at the first Permanent American settlement on the west side of Rockies. Well, this monument is the only one of its kind in the world. Quite impressive, right? Later, you’ll proceed to Astoria breweries for lunch and beer tasting. Here, you’ll have a clear view of ships passing along the Columbia River. You’ll pass through Wet Dog café & Brewery, Buoy Beer Company, Fort George Brewery, and Rogue Ales Public House. You’ll have the chance to learn a few secrets about their beer labels.

We’ll proceed to the Cannon Beach. Here, you’ll love the sight of the beach town, shopping facilities, art galleries, and restaurants; just to mention a few. How about cruising around to glimpse the whole allure of the city? Later, you’ll have a guided tour to Haystack Rock. Depending on time, we’ll pull over one of the following;

Pelican Brewery

Public Coast Brewing Company

You’ll definitely enjoy what Oregon has to offer before returning to Portland!
$
105
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
4 H
Get fashionable with the most innovative brews in Portland, as we joke with your insight of brewing. Our tour gives you an opportunity to sample the latest and most fascinating brews ... morepresently available in the market, while also presenting the classics. You will get to understand the chemistry behind beer brewing while enjoying great foods.
An introduction on what the city offers best is consciously given by our Portland Brewery Tour that is from scale native preferences like Green Dragon Brewery to labels dispensed nationally like Widmer Brothers. A true pub crawl is encountered favorably with a variety of 28+ breweries at Portland. A superior comprehension of the various varieties of beer is acquired as you sample the whole lot from porters and stouts to ales and lagers.
Our four hour tour is scheduled for Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays all year round with departures at 11:00am or 2:00pm which can be customized for your groups. We also provide courtesy pick up from selected accommodation. Hop on! Let the rubber hit the road.
$
135
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8,5 H
Multnomah Falls & Gorge Waterfalls & Wine Tasting Combo, the Pride of Oregon Oregon has much to boast, but some of the outstanding sites you ought to make sure you visit are ... morethe Multnomah Falls, the Gorge Waterfalls, and the Wine Testing Combo. The Multnomah Falls is the second largest waterfall in the US, and it is a permanent waterfall. Not only will the downpour fascinate you, but also the ferns, lichens and mosses plants will color your day. There are numerous waterfalls in the region, but you will not stop wondering at the Gorge Waterfalls.

As you move up the river, the scenery becomes even more beautiful, and the town of Hood River seems to be the climax. The city’s high-speed wind serves best the windsurfers and the sightseers. In addition, as you tour the river, you will interact with the locals and learn about their culture as you wonder about the landscape. Besides feeding your eyes, you can quench your thirst by taking some wine by visiting the several wine tasting rooms in the town. Also, you can walk to the nearby vineyards for a lifetime wine tasting experience. At these vineyards, you will have the views of Mt Hood and Mt. Adams.
$
135
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8,5 H
Portland City Tour & Wine Tasting Combo, a Life Experience Portland city has, along with other many highlights, various tourist attraction sites. It is the only city that showcases ... moreculture, current events, overview of both downtown and neighboring area history, and a representation of cultural diversity in the Oregon State. The city of Portland has a lot to offer from the downtown side to the local neighborhood that can lead to a lot of potential investors. These attraction sites include the following.

Portland downtown area is of great historical importance and can be used to understand the various diversities in the region. The Pioneer Square is used for leisure activities. Fast growing culture has also been witnessed in the city. The Pittock Mansion is another historical place where you can have a spectacular view and observe the antique design. The city also presents 550 different varieties of roses and lush. The Washington Park features the beautiful view of the Cascade Mountain. The Chinese garden designed with spiritual utopias, inspire and facilitate individual growth and spark creativity. Lan Su, as it is commonly known, is a peaceful place where you can relax and meditate.

Lunch— Downtown Portland
After lunch we start our wine tasting excursion through Oregon legandary Pinot Noir Country. The heart of these vineyards is located in the Willamette Valley on gentle hills that give way to expansive views of the vines and valley below. Join us on our Oregon Wine Tour and experience wine tasting at some of this area’s best wineries and most unique tasting rooms.

The wine region in the north Willamette valley, which was once known for fruit orchards and nurseries has transformed into one of the country’s premier cool-climate varietal producers. The unique relationship between volcanic Jory soils, elevation and protective micro climates has consistently proven ideal for vineyards, and has produced Oregon’s top Pinot Noir for decades. Enjoy the taste of a select group of Oregon most renowned local vineyards.

The wineries we may include the following:
• Erath Vineyard, Blakeslee Vineyard – Durant Vineyard, Colene Clemens, Raptor Ridge, Blizzard Wines, Ardiri, David Hill Winery, Elk Cove, Montinore Estate, and Tresori.
$
2,750
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
7 Days
Oregon: the Home to All Kinds of Wine Awesome wine experience is encountered by both professionals and less skilled personnel in all places within the region. Pinot Noir is among the ... morewell-known wines of all times because of its unique taste. Even the number 1 hotel Spa (Allison inn and spa) in the U.S as per travel & leisure magazine acknowledges this fact. Adelhem vineyard is among the pioneers of the Oregon wine industry where there is a winemaking facility. You can have a comprehensive overview here. All the machines and resources required can be accessed and verified by interested personnel. History of winemaking is all documented in the Willamette Valley. This dates back to ancient time and explanations of how wine came to be are detailed here. Another Willamette Valley pioneer with regards to the wine industry is the Sokol Blosser.

Domaine Serene is famous for exceptional wines, which are made in an italaianesque winery high top the red hills. The technique used is not quite understandable to many, but the products meet the customer’s needs. Newly released Black Brutt is available at Argyle winery for sampling. Taste and quality are compared here with the standard unit, and any differences can be noted. Stoller family estate is a firm where gravity methods, efficient heating, and cooling are adopted to synthesize top-notch wines with less environmental impact. The process might seem costly, but the result has a positive effect towards health and the environment. King estate winery was dedicated to blending Oregon wines with locally crafted ingredients many of which are grown in the estate. A tour of the properties is guaranteed to enable people to view the wine ingredients.

Schmidt Family Vineyards located in Applegate Valley are known for quality Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines have a great taste all of which satisfy customer needs and expectations. Troon Vineyard is known for unique blends, varietals (Vermentino and Tannat) and amazing Zinfandels. Since the 1850s, Valley view winery leaves you with great memories of Oregon and her wine products. Oregon wine has been known for quality taste and is a great investment.

Day 1 | Arrive in Portland and indulge in an urban, artisan wine experience at Enso Winery.

Day 2 | Wine tasting and tour at ponzi Winery. Set atop a panoramic slope, the state-of-the-art winery and modern tasting room are surrounded by the majestic Avellana Vineyard. Visit David Hill Winery, home to the Willamette Valley’s oldest Pinot Noir Vines.

Day 3 | Begin your day at Adelsheim Vineyard, one of the pioneers of the Oregon wine industry. Enjoy a comprehensive overview of the winemaking facility and a discussion of the history of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. Enjoy a walk through the vineyards and a tour of the LEED-certified barrel cellar at another Willamette Valley wine pioneer, Sokol Blosser. Stop at red Hills Market for a picnic lunch and bocce ball, then experience the “Taste of the Past” tour at Domaine Serene, where unparalleled wines are made in an Italianesque winery high atop the Red Hills.

Overnight in the Dundee hills at the Black Walnut inn and Vineyard, a luxurious inn with sweeping views of vines, a hazelnut orchard and Mt. Hood.

Day 4 | Sample a selection of wines
– including the newly released Black Brut sparkling wine at argyle Winery. Visit Stoller Family Estate, where gravity-flow winemaking techniques, energy-efficient heating and cooling, and waste-water reclamation are used to produce world-class wines with minimal environmental impact. Enjoy lunch, tasting and a tour at King Estate Winery, dedicated to pairing Oregon wines with locally crafted ingredients, many of which are grown in the Estate’s 30-acres of organic gardens and orchards. Overnight in the heart of downtown Eugene at the elegant inn at the 5th.

Day 5 | Head to Southern Oregon and enjoy a private tasting of Mediterranean varietals in the Bacchus Room and the Library Wine Cellar at abacela Winery. Visit Schmidt Family Vineyards, located in the beautiful Applegate Valley and known for quality Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Wild and Scenic Rogue River that flows through Grants Pass offers amazing boating experiences. Enjoy dinner and a cruise on the river with Hellgate Jetboat Excursions.
Overnight at the historic Weasku inn near Grants Pass.

Day 6 | Visit troon Vineyard and try their signature Zinfandels, unique blends and varietals such as Vermentino and Tannat.

The last winery you’ll visit while in Oregon was the first one here. Dating back to the 1850s, Valley View Winery is certain to leave you with great memories of Oregon and our wine. Overnight Medford

Day 7 | Today visit Crater lake national park. No place on earth combines a 592 meter deep crystal blue lake, 609 meter cliffs and a violent volcanic past. It is the deepest lake in the United States and the 7th deepest in the world. Farewell dinner and overnight at Crater Lake Lodge. Originally opened in 1915, the historic lodge offers an atmosphere reminiscent of the earlier era and immerses visitors in rustic charm with spectacular views of the lake.

Day 8 | Travel back to Portland or San Francisco, CA (supplemental cost from San Francisco, CA)
$
450
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
2 Days
Columbia Grapes Vineyards, the Best in the World With just a small geographical size, the Columbia River Gorge vineyards have no equal in the world. The vines flourish throughout the ... morewinter and summer seasons with their tastes changing accordingly. In addition, the rain pattern that differs from the eastern part of the Columbia Gorge AVA to its western end favors all varieties of grapes. The Columbia Gorge AVA is in a strategic place as in its western boundary, an individual can view the eastern side of the crest of the Cascades. When the maritime air moves eastwards, you can have an opportunity to see as the vine varieties interchange.

Depending on the size of your group, you will be ferried by an appropriate vehicle. However, don’t end your visit without visiting the Maryhill Winery. It is located in a place where you can have a clear view of the Columbia River. Above all, you will view the beautiful sceneries including the Cascade Mountains and the vineyards.

Columbia a Place to Call Home
Nearly all aspects in Columbia are appealing to the eyes, and all types of wines are available. Therefore, you might end up spending all your vacation on one part of the Columbia and ignore the other. On your first day head up the Columbia River and view the Multnomah waterfall among the different waterfalls. Also, as you take this route, you can check on the famous wineries such as the Pheasant Valley and Marches Vineyards. Before thinking of leaving this city, look for a guide to take you at the Neolithic structure. This prehistoric monument will entice you to visit the place once more.

Day1

9:00 AM Depart Portland for the Columbia River Waterfalls; Wahkeena, Multnomah & Horsetail along the Old Scenic Highway.
Lunch in Hood River followed by 3 winery visits:
Wineries may include: Marchesi Vineyards, Pheasant Valley, Phelps Creek, Catherdral Ridge, Viento, Mt Hood Winery, Wy’East
Hotel Check in (The Dalles), Dinner on own

Day2

Breakfast; Checkout
9:00 AM Depart for Maryhill Winery; Stonehenge
$
175
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
7 H
Perhaps you want to experience wine tasting, education, and fun all day in a day. That’s alright. At Oregon vineyard, you’ll have everything for all. Well, Oregon is known as a home ... morefor numerous vineyards famous for their quality wines. You’ll want to visit the heart of these vineyards; the Willamette Valley, the Dundee Hill all the way to Newberg and Carlton County. The gentle hills allow you to enjoy the panorama of the vines and valley below. Hence, taking the Oregon wine tour will give you a superb experience in wine tasting.

You’ll love the sight of the country’s premier cool-climate varietal producers. Of course, the volcanic soil in the area has played a major role in the massive production in the vineyard. How about tasting the famous Pinot Noir; Oregon top wine for decades? You’ll raise your eyebrows at the unique taste and blended flavor of the wine. You’ll also have an opportunity to taste a few wine labels made in local vineyards. Since the 1960s, the Dundee Hill vineyards has slowly evolved to be premium wineries in the country. The trip is scheduled to stop over three wineries alongside Domaine Serene, Erath Winery, and Sokol Blosser; just to mention a few. Later, we’ll take you back to Portland.

The 3 vineyards we may visit during your Private Wine Tour include the following:
Domaine Serene, Trisaetum Vineyard, Blizzard Wines, Erath Winery, Domaine Drouhin, Blakeslee Vineyard, Sokol Blosser, Ponzi Winery, Tualatin Estate Vineyard
$
3,450
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
8 Days
1st Day On the first day, you’ll arrive at Portland Airport. Here, you’ll be welcomed in Enso Winery for an urban and wine tasting experience.... more

2nd Day
You’ll start to explore the wine country. First, you’ll sample the known Pinot Noir. A complimentary wine tasting at Ponzi winery. How about tasting a few wines hand-picked by professional winemakers at Chehalem winery before proceeding to the wine cellar. Later, checking by the famous Allison inn and spa will complete the adventure!

3rd Day
The tour is scheduled to start at Adelsheim Vineyard. You’ll explore the winemaking process alongside learning a few secrets to a quality wine on the table. Later, you’ll stop at Red Hill Market for lunch and some shopping. You’ll love the wine tasting sessions here. In the evening, stopping at the Black Walnut Inn and Vineyard will be worthwhile.

4th Day
The trip is scheduled for wine tasting at various facilities. You’ll start with the Stoller Family Estate and explore the various winemaking secrets. Later, we’ll stop by for lunch and some wine tasting at King Estate Winery. After this, we’ll proceed to Eugene at the Elegant inn for dinner and overnight.

5th Day
We’ll proceed south of Oregon and experience a private wine tasting of Mediterranean varietals! Wineries such as Schmidt Family vineyard will offer you fine wine labels with unique blends and flavors. Later, you’ll set off to enjoy the sight of spots such as Rogue River, Grant Pass; just to mention a few. Checking in at Weasku inn for dinner and nightlife experience.

6th Day
How about visiting the Troon Vineyard and try out their unique blends like Vermentino or Tannat? Well, the winery dates back in the 1850s. You’ll love the taste of wine labels produced here. If that’s not enough, how about a taste of wine at Valley View Winery? They’ll definitely leave you with great memories of quality wine.

7th Day
Here, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the famous Crater Lake National Park. The scenic spot combines a 592m deep crystal blue lake with 609m cliffs with a violent volcanic past. That’s fascinating! You’ll love the sight of the deepest lake in the United States and the 7th globally. Later, you’ll proceed for the farewell dinner at Crater Lake Lodge. You’ll love the atmosphere; although, the thought of this being the last day will definitely be frustrating! Well, the spectacular view of the lake and its breeze will flush of the thoughts.

8th Day
Depending on your time for departure, you’ll travel back to San Francisco, CA.
$
3,350
/ Person
Portland, Oregon, United States
Duration:
9 Days
Highlights: Portland City Tour, International Rose Garden, Pittock Mansion and Chinese Gardens Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area including Multnomah Falls, Mt Hood, Timberline ... moreLodge

World renowned Crater Lake National Park

Scenic Rogue River and California Redwoods

Oregon Coast (Brookings, Depot Bay, Port Orford, Newport, Tillamook, Bandon, Pacific City, Florence)

Coastal Lighthouses

Experience Breweries throughout Oregon

Itinerary Summary:

1st Day
You’re scheduled to arrive and catch up with other touring groups at the Portland Airport. You’ll then have the opportunity to cruise around and glimpse the full allure of the city. The sight of places like Portland International Test Rose Garden, the downtown district, and the Pearl District will fascinate you! Later, you’ll proceed to your room to freshen up before taking a nightlife. You’ll love the dinner at Bridgeport Brewery. Of course, you’ll also have a chance to taste some keg and even buy some for yourself before proceeding to sleep.

2nd Day
The whole day is scheduled for a beer tasting on the outskirts of Portland. Of course, expect to taste the best of Portland’s beer and learn the secrets to the beverage! The first stop will have a beer tasting and educational session. The second stop will give you the opportunity to have some sumptuous lunch at a local brewery. Later, some beer tasting and dessert will be worthwhile. You’ll also have the opportunity to buy gifts and beer before departing to your hotel room.

3rd Day
Perhaps you’ll love the views of various scenic spots around. That’s alright! The trip is scheduled to take you round the glamorous Columbia River Gorge. You’ll love the sight of Oregon- Multnomah Falls as you proceed for lunch. Fortunately, a sumptuous lunch is inclusive of the Thunder Island Brewing Company tour. Later, we’ll make a stop at Mt Hood before proceeding to Smith Rock State Park. Taking an evening tour to Bend, Oregon will climax the day. There’s plenty to explore and enjoy at Sunriver Resort. In addition, you’ll love the experience at Central Oregon’s luxurious destination.

4th Day
You’re scheduled to visit Bend Oregon for beer tasting. You’ll visit the 10-barrel brewing for reshaped and unique beer tasting. Later, some luscious lunch at the Deschutes Brewery will be worthwhile. You’ll also have the chance to taste some of the leading beer labels before proceeding back to Sunriver for a fun-filled afternoon!

5th Day
The trip is scheduled to start at the High Desert Museum and then the Oregon Lava Beds National Museum. Here, you’ll explore the nature and culture of the people. After that, you’ll take some lunch and then head to Crater Lake National Park. Later, you’ll have a chance to explore the Grants Pass. Grant Pass also offers a quality nightlife!

6th Day
You’re scheduled to explore the incredible Jedidiah Smith Redwood National Park and Forest. A few spots at the various scenic spots will be worthwhile before proceeding for lunch at Brooking Oregon. Later, we’ll proceed to Brandon Port Orford and Coos Bay. The trip is quite an adventure!

7th Day
How about a visit to the lighthouse at the Oregon Coast? The sight of Central Oregon Coastline is a magnet! After this, you’ll have some sumptuous lunch before proceeding to Old Town Newport to experience the fishing docks as well as the shopping facilities. Later, stopping by Roque Brewery for dinner and beer tasting will be worthwhile.

8th Day
You’re scheduled to view the fascinating cliffs at Depoe Bay. A stop at the Pacific city for some beer tasting will do for the afternoon. Later, we’ll make a stop at the Tillamook cheese factory on our way to Portland. Here, you’ll love to see how cheese is made as well as taste some cheese. At Portland, you’ll have the farewell dinner; you’ll laugh, share, make friends and enjoy beer tasting at Oregon Brewery.

9th Day
Depending on when you want to leave, you’ll have a final chance to explore the Portland city as you head to the Airport to pick a flight home.
$
499
/ Person
Terrebonne, Oregon, United States
Duration:
4 H
Nothing says Bend like outdoor experiences that last a lifetime. And nothing says adventure like hopping in your own private helicopter to go wine tasting at our premier vineyard, ... morea place where magic happens.

Experience Central Oregon’s stunning snow-capped high mountain scenery at Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards born from the visionaries, Roger and Cindy Grossmann. They have carefully created the beginnings of a 315-acre development, vineyard and guest ranch, in Terrebonne, Oregon nestled in a private 1,800 acre valley. As well as a beautiful 15 acre vineyard Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards offers wines available for tasting in their newly remodeled tasting room and a wedding or event site that features master gardener landscaping. The views of Smith Rock and the Three Sisters Mountains are breathtaking.

Their 15 acre vineyard is currently growing nine different hybrid grapes, LaCrescent, Vignoles, Marechal Foch, La Crosse, Frontenac Gris, Traminette, St. Croix, Leon Millot and Marquette. Central Oregon wine country’s smaller size and family wineries are as charming as they are beautiful, here you will find authentic wine tasting experiences without the crush of Napa.

Fly From Your Guest Resort
You and your guests will enjoy a leisurely scenic flight from the Bend airport or pickup at any of Bend’s luxury golf resorts across rolling fields and through Crooked River Gorge. We will land at a site overlooking acres of working farm grounds, canyons and ridges. The winery grounds are set before its namesake the “Three Sisters” Mountains, Faith, Hope and Charity. Take in the breathtaking views of Smith Rock and the Mountain range right from their tasting room.

Your tour includes a charcuterie, artisan cheese and chocolate tasting board that you can enjoy outside with stunning mountain views. This tour can be combined with weddings in Bend, corporate events, bridesmaids adventures and much more. Bring your imagination and we’ll do the rest.
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