Wine Country Sip ‘n’ Cycle Bike Tour
Leave the hustle and bustle of San Francisco and discover the world-renowned California Wine Country! You will sip wines as you bicycle your way through Napa Valley or Sonoma County, and enjoy a Wine Country lunch, typically with local organic salad greens, fresh baked bread, artisan cheeses, seasonal fruit and dessert, as well as other delectable additions.This is the perfect choice for those looking for a bike tour of California’s beautiful back roads at a leisurely pace. As you cycle through the countryside, your local, professional guide will tell you about the history of the area and take you to wineries for wine tastings.Carneros Sip ‘n’ Cycle Bike TourThe Carneros region in Napa Valley is known for its small-batch, family-owned wineries, which are comparable to that of Burgundy, France. You will begin in Carneros and visit one-two wineries along the mostly flat biking terrain. This leisurely route is made up of beautiful, lush vineyards, and nature welcomes you with open arms. Keep an eye out for the local wildlife while you enjoy a Wine Country picnic lunch at a magnificent winery with a lovely view. After your final wine tasting, you will bike back to Carneros.Calistoga Sip ‘n’ Cycle Bike TourTake an off-the-beaten-path bike tour of the quaint resort town of Calistoga, located in upper Napa Valley. As you travel 10 to 17 miles (16 to 27 km) along country lanes, you’ll take in the Palisades Mountains on one side and the grape vines on the other side. Enjoy tastings at approximately three wineries, along with your rest stop for a scenic picnic lunch. The winery that you will stop at for lunch contains an extensive collection of artwork and antiques, and you will admire the wares before hopping back on your bike and heading to your final wine tasting, then back to Calistoga.Healdsburg Sip ‘n’ Cycle Bike TourThis is your chance for a tour of Sonoma County, known for its white wine varietals and spicy reds. On this moderate bike tour, you will ride approximately 18-20 miles (29 to 32 km) in picturesque Dry Creek Valley, home to the town of Healdsburg. Many wineries and fun shops reside in Healdsburg, and you will have the opportunity to have a few wine tastings before your lunch stop at a charming winery. After lunch and maybe a game of bocce ball, you will be off to one-two more wineries, and then your trip will conclude in Healdsburg Plaza. Make a complete day of it and shop the boutiques, browse the antique stores and visit local art galleries, all within walking distance.