Sonoma Valley is the birthplace of the California wine industry and often called The Valley of the Moon. Sonoma Valley is home to some of the earliest vineyards and wineries in the state, some of which survived the phylloxera epidemic of the 1870s and the impact of Prohibition. Sonoma Valley offers a wide range of year-round festivals and events, including the prestigious Sonoma Valley Film Festival. Pure Luxury Transportation has proudly partnered with three Sonoma Valley wineries to create an unforgettable wine tour.The Sonoma Valley Experience Wine Tour Package.
Based on a private group of 4 people (includes gratuity, tax, and wineries fees); Scheduled time is 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This experience is not available for a group of more than 4 people. Beginning with an outdoor seated tasting & charcuterie plate at Kunde Estate, followed by a tasting at VJB Vineyards & Cellars where you’ll also enjoy lunch (lunch items not included in the package price) from their deli/marketplace and outdoor kitchen, and ending with a tasting at Wellington Cellars.
- Winery #1: Kunde Estate
For over a century, five generations of the Kunde family have farmed the 1,850-acre estate in Sonoma Valley. Their elegant, estate-grown, sustainably farmed wines are beautifully balanced. As part of this special package, your group will enjoy an outdoor seated tasting of the Kunde Family Estate’s impeccable wines served with a charcuterie plate.
- Winery #2: VJB Vineyards & Cellars
Enjoy a taste of Italy at this family-run winery in beautiful Sonoma Valley. Everything about VJB exudes Old World charm. Enjoy a tasting of their small production Italian varietals. Afterwards, browse the marketplace for lunch items, Italian specialty goods, or some of Maria’s homemade sauces and pestos and finish your visit by purchasing a treat from the onsite chocolate and gelato shop.
- Winery #3: Wellington Cellars
Sitting on 25 picturesque acres , Wellington Cellars offers classic French varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Bordeaux style blends. Relaunched in 2017 by the Belmonte Family, the focus shifted to ancient vine Zinfandel planted on the estate dating back to 1882, 1912 & 1924. Wellington Cellars produces on 3,500 cases annually with no distribution, wines are only featured in the tasting room and through the wine club.