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Must-Have Items for a Great Winery Tour

Posted on October 03rd, 2017 by showcase

Must-Have Items for a Great Winery Tour

All around the country, more and more wineries are popping up; there is probably one not too far from

where you live so, there has never been a better time to visit a winery. Most wineries plan special

events on holidays and weekends that attract hundreds of people, which is why the wine culture has

been slowly but surely growing in popularity.

Consider our limo service in Riverside for all your transportation needs, let us worry about all the

transportation and navigation details while you fully indulge in your trip. If you are new to the culture,

however, and plan to visit a winery, here are some items that will make your trip more convenient and

enjoyable.

An Empty Box for Wine

In case you’re wondering where you can get an empty wine box, you can grab one at your local wine

store or order one online. You can also get yourself a Styrofoam wine carrier, which is less bulky in

comparison to regular wine boxes. When you visit a winery, it’s unlikely that you’re going to walk out

empty handed and the last thing you want is wine bottles rattling or even breaking against one another

in your car just because you didn’t have somewhere to put them.

Comfortable Walking Shoes

Yes, you might assume that a winery is a fancy place (and it is) but avoid the temptation to wear those

heels or those tight formal shoes. When you go to a winery, you are most likely going to be treated to a

tour in order to learn more about the winemaking process; it would be insanely uncomfortable if you

had to do all that walking in uncomfortable shoes, don’t you think? Throw on some comfortable sports

shoes or even some cozy sandals that will allow you to move around more easily.

Water and Snacks

We all know that alcoholic beverages dehydrate the body; sipping wines and moving around all day is

bound to dry you out. Therefore, bring a reusable water bottle that you will constantly drink from to

keep yourself hydrated. Some wineries offer guests snacks while some have full-service restaurants.

However, if you are on a budget or your dietary requirements are a concern, it is advisable to carry your

snacks. This way you can even stage a mini-picnic as you enjoy a glass of wine out in the open.

Car Service

Driving yourself to a winery is an option, but it will most probably limit the amount of fun and freedom

you can have. If you are aware you have to drive yourself home after the tour, you are likely to avoid

sampling too much wine. However, if you hire a car service, you will be able to fully engage in the

sampling and have some peace of mind knowing that at the end of the day, a professional chauffeur will

be behind the wheel ready to transport you and your companions safely back home.

Consider our Riverside limousine service the next time you want to take a trip to a winery. Our

professionally trained chauffeurs will ferry you safely to your destination and back home, allowing you

the opportunity to fully indulge on your trip without concerns about traveling.

Posted on October 03rd 2017

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