UPDATED: Best wine country road trip — Scandinavian love wines, but unfortunately, we have missed our planned wines country road trip to California this year.
- Just like us wine lovers, if you have missed last month’s wine event, you can book your tickets for 2014 “Wines country road trip” as early as possible.
You can find so many wine online sites that can book your tickets for next year’s event in the same month of September. There are free mobile wine apps as well that can do your “Wine country road trip”. So plan as early as possible, if you are a wine lover.
Some Wines country road trip application for FREE to download:
OUR iPhone App : With a single click, download hundreds of reasons to plan your next visit to wine country with The Wine Road App for iPhone.
Winery Road: It’s only natural that wine lovers flock to California’s wine country, from the Livermore Valley to the Santa Lucia Highlands and beyond.
EveryTrail: iPhone Travel App, iPhone GPS Tracking Download the EveryTrail iPhone app, the GPS-enabled travel Guide of the future.
Visit the Napa Valley and you’ll discover a warm welcome to the birthplace and heart of America’s finest winemakers and wineries. Take California State Route 29 to see some of the region’s best vineyards and wineries. Through Napa Valley, Highway 29 passes through Calistoga, St. Helena, Rutherford, Oakville, Yountville and Napa.
Just like the movie “Sideways” two men reaching middle age with not much to show but disappointment, embark on a week long road trip through California’s wine country, just as one is about to take a trip down the aisle.
Last September wines road trip events, offered to taste 75 California wines from Napa Valley, Sonoma, Paso Robles, Santa Cruz Mountains, Mendocino, Monterey, Lodi, Livermore Valley, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, El Dorado and beyond at the beautiful Ferry Building Grand Hall with local cheeses and salumi.
“From California’s iconic coast to dramatic deserts and the magnificent High Sierras, the great California road trip is on just about everyone’s bucket list.”
Wine Institute of California—“With a little planning, you can include amazing wine regions in your adventures, from hidden gem off-the-beaten path regions like the Sierra Foothills and Temecula to the most well-traveled, such as Sonoma, Napa and Paso Robles.” Map direction credit: Farmhouse Inn