Lodi, California boasts 85+ wineries, which offers an amazing variety of tasting opportunities. We will provide you a wonderful experience, visit the famous wineries and breweries in Lodi Wine Country now!
Greater Sacramento Area Wine Tour
Wine Tastings around Lincoln, Loomis, Amador and El Dorado
- Starting Price $330
- Deposit $100
- Group Size • (1-7 people) $55 per hour
- NO VEHICLE? We got you covered The rates are as follows for a vehicle driver:
- Sedan up to 4 passengers $115.00 per hour with a 6 hour minimum
- SUV up to 6 passengers $130.00 per hour with a 6 hour minimum
- Passenger Van up to 12 passengers $170.00 per hour with a 6 hour minimum
Plan your wine tour getaway in California! Discover wineries around Lincoln, Loomis, Amador and El Dorado Wine Country!
Deanna, your driver, will meet you where you are staying and use your vehicle (rental or personal) OR she can provide a vehicle with advance notice.
Wine Tour Drivers is a safe alternative driving experience for you.
Fully licensed with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPCU) TCP #35816, fully insured, and over 12 years of experience.
She looks forward to offering you a wonderful tour while in the greater Sacramento wine country including Lincoln, Loomis, Amador and El Dorado Wine Country. Pollock Pines is the farthest Deanna will go east to meet a group.
Wine Tour Drivers now offers guests a private El Dorado Wine Tour, your alternative service that is affordable.
The microclimates of El Dorado county provide ideal locations for growing a wide variety of grapes identified with the world’s finest wine regions, including Bordeaux, the Rhône, Germany, Italy and Spain. El Dorado grows approximately 50 different varieties of grapes, ranging from Gewürztraminer, which does best in the higher and cooler portions of the county, to Zinfandel and Barbera, which ripen perfectly in warmer climates.
Check out what El Dorado Wines has to offer. Remember to book your wine tour driver with us.
Amador’s warm climate, high solar radiance (what the French call luminosity) and low humidity promote the full ripening of our grapes. Classified as a high Region 3 in the UC Davis heat summation scale, Amador is comparable to St. Helena – but cooler than Calistoga – in northern Napa Valley. While Amador heats up earlier in the day than those appellations, it rarely exceeds 100 degrees during the growing season, a frequent occurrence in St. Helena and Calistoga. Equally important, temperatures typically drop 30-35 degrees in the evening as breezes cascade down from the Sierras. This rapid cooling helps the grapes retain the acidity essential to balanced wines.
Today, where gold once reigned, some forty wineries produce a new treasure: superb wines which have earned Amador County international acclaim. Showcasing award-winning Zinfandels, Barberas, and Rhones.
Shenandoah Valley and Fiddletown, both in the northern part of the county near the small town of Plymouth. Stylistically, zinfandels from the Shenandoah Valley tend to be fuller, riper and earthier with a characteristic dusty, dark berry fruit character, hints of cedar, anise and clove spice, and scents of raisin and chocolate. By comparison, zinfandels from the Fiddletown appellation, a smaller, higher-elevation region east of Shenandoah Valley, tend to be lower in pH and display a fruitier, more cherry-like fruit tone.
Wine Tour Drivers has expanded to offer a licensed and insured designated driver service for a private El Dorado Wine Tour using your rented or personal vehicle. Route planning is complimentary.