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Platypus Wine Tours: The Perfect Day in Napa?

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What could be better? Driving through beautiful Napa Valley without having to worry about directions (or your sobriety), led by a knowledgable guide who takes you to vineyards where you learn all about the wines of the region. After a delicious lunch, it’s off to more wineries until the shuttle delivers you back to your hotel.

Sounds pretty good, right? This is exactly what it was like to join one of the Platypus Wine Tours.

We visited four wineries: Biale, Tudal, Arger-Martucci, and Robinson Family, all of which are smaller than the “big name” places and have reasonable tasting fees. Since Napa Valley is known or its reds, we tried several syrahs and pinot noirs, with a few whites along the way. In terms of the wine, I really liked Arger-Martucci. As for the beauty of the surroundings, Robinson Family Vineyards was absolutely stunning.

I’m certainly no wine expert. However, I had a wonerful time on the tour and enjoyed meeting our tour guide, Shawnda, who was truly a breath of fresh air! Knowledgable, yet down-to-earth, she made this wine-newbie feel right at home.

Poolside wine-tasting at Arger-Martucci

A beautiful view at Robert Biale Vineyards

Where it all begins

For more information on Platypus Wine Tours, visit their website.

All opinions are my own. I paid for my wine tour and tasting fees at each winery.

3 responses »

  1. This sounds like the perfect way to tour the vineyards!

  2. Love love love vineyard trips and associated wine tasting, Napa, Sonoma and Russian River are all places I can't wait to visit. A good way to enjoy summer.Like your new site!!

  3. Thanks for the kind words and we’re thrilled you had a wonderful time on your tour. Come and see us again soon!


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