- Plan three to five stops. There are so many great wineries and most are quite close together. If you visit three to five you could mark all 300 wineries off your bucket list in no time!
- Plan for the bottles of wine you may be taking home, bring a box so they are not rolling around breaking.
- Research membership to the wineries before you go. You could save on your purchases if you enjoy the wine and want to buy, a membership may provide valuable savings.
- Experts advise against wearing perfume or cologne, certain scents may ruin the taste experience.
- No matter what you have seen in the movies, it’s ok to sip. If you are in it for fun and experience then don’t worry about indulging if the urge hits you.
- Be prepared to tip the Sommelier. You may be going for the wine, conversation and experience but you may take home some wine knowledge as well, thanks to the Sommelier. Some tasting rooms do not accept tips, many do.
- Be open minded. If you tried red wine years ago and think it may be too strong for you, give it a try. The reds offered at local wineries are incredible. Tastes change over the years and something you have an aversion to could become a new favorite.
- If you have not ventured out to explore the local wineries now is the time to get out their and have an adventure. Get your friends together, hop in the limo and enjoy hours of laughter with those whose company you enjoy most.
Winery Tours by Fredericksburg Limo
Winery Tours by Fredericksburg Limo If you’ve never been on a wine tour before, you might like one planned by Fredericksburg Limo. We have been touring couples and groups through Virginia wine country for years. We know who has the most awards for Merlot and which winery is up and coming. We know where to take you if you want to enjoy wine with live music and crowds of happy wine connoisseurs or the best winery for intimate sipping with only the views to keep you company. There are over 300 wineries in Virginia for wine enthusiasts to tour and enjoy. We have enjoyed working personally with the management and staff at local wineries for many years. When planning a wine tour here are some things to consider: