National Wine Day is on Friday, May 25, and Airbnb wants to help you live your best (wine) life this year. Airbnb hosts around the U.S. are offering wine experiences for $1, opening the doors for people to explore local wine regions with experts from the Pacific to the Atlantic. And if drinking vino on a wine country tour for less than it costs to buy a single Reese’s Cup isn’t your best life, then it’s time to rethink your priorities. Because, let’s be completely honest here, you’re more likely to lose a single dollar than use a single dollar.
Here’s a taste of what you can get from the experiences deal:
A five-hour hike through private vineyards with private tastings in Oregon’s Dundee Hills like you’re a star in a more northern Sideways (normally $135). A Boston wine tasting with a certified specialist and French wine scholar (normally $35). A Virginia winery tour through the mountains (normally $125). A two-and-a-half hour hike through Washington D.C. wine country (normally $59). You get the gist.
In case you aren’t already aware, Airbnb isn’t just a way to stay in a stranger’s home anymore. Airbnb Experiences are activities designed by locals and range from kayak tours to Instagram photo shoots to brewery crawls. On May 25, though, the experiences to keep an eye on are all about wine. The wine experiences sales happen on National Wine Day—which is a totally respectable holiday that you should definitely celebrate—and the actual trips happen on May 26 and 27.
Now go find the best bang for your buck you’re going to get this weekend.