San Diego is a beautiful place to go with many sightseeing and many sightseeing activities and attractions to fill your days with exploring. In fact, when you visit it, it always seems that there is simply not enough time to enjoy all that the city has to offer. There is something to enjoy – great food, fantastic nightlife and great music. But there is something else that makes San Diego famous and that would be "the fruit of the vine." Believe it or not, I'm talking about vines!
Although many travelers usually think of the north or central coast of California when they think of wine, San Diego is home to more than 20 wineries found throughout the county. It will take a long time for the typical wine lover to see them. There are more than a hundred different award-winning wines to choose from, and at least for binders, they are all memorable. With so many wineries, most visitors find that the walk not only facilitates the transition from vine to vine, but also allows people to taste many premium wines on the road without the responsibility of driving.
Some of San Diego's wine tours even take guests through the Temecuela Valley (also known as the "first-class wine country") in a luxury limo. This is an exciting way to spend the day exploring the vineyards that have made San Diego a leading competitor for the heart of wine lovers everywhere. Tour guides are very friendly and know the many wines available that San Diego has to offer. Most drivers are also very familiar with the location of each winery and what type of wine they specialize in. Even so, travelers will enjoy talking directly with sommeliers anywhere to get the true behind-the-scenes story of any vintage.
In addition to the limo, tourists can choose from a variety of unusual modes of transport, such as a hummer or a party bus. Bus charters are also available for those on a budget or who do not want to spend so much on their wine tour. Most tours will take about four hours, so there will still be plenty of time to immerse yourself in San Diego nightlife when you return from your day trip.