You can choose to drink on foot, by train, or with a chauffeur who will pick you up and drop you off right at your doorstep. Whichever tour you choose, guests can expect to visit several San Diego wineries where you can taste at least 15 local wines. You’ll also get a light lunch, cheese and wine pairings, and a behind-the-scenes look at how the wines are made. If wine isn’t your thing, they offer beer tours too that will take you to three stops at local breweries and brewpubs. The three-hour tour also includes food pairings
You can swish and spit your way thru Temecula with San Diego Winery Tours. A wine expert will take the group to three wineries where you can tour the properties, learn how wine is made, see hidden barrel rooms, and sample three to four wines at each stop along the way. On Saturdays you can cruise down to Valle de Guadalupe to get a taste of Mexico’s wine country. Stop at up to four wineries to sample the goods and dine on a gourmet meal at Hacienda Guadalupe.