Taste Vacations Wine Tours
At Taste Vacations, we strive to be different than other wine tours where they typically usher people on and off large buses. We keep our tour sizes small so that we can provide unique experiences not available to the everyday traveler.
We’ve built our wine tours to be a perfect blend of visiting well-known wineries you can’t miss and small, boutique wineries that might just be your next favorite. But don’t worry, you don’t have to be a wine expert to enjoy our tours. You just need enthusiasm and an appetite for new experiences.
Basque Country & Rioja, Spain Food & Wine Tour
Sip, savor, and discover the diverse and complex flavors of Spain by exploring the history, culture, cuisine, and wine of two distinct regions – the Basque Country and Rioja. As a bonus, we’ll also take a day trip to a French town famous for its chocolates and macarons.Spain Food & Wine Tour
Chile & Argentina Wine Tour
Both Chile & Argentina are captivating destinations for wine lovers, with an astounding range of landscapes, grape varietals, and micro-climates. We visit and taste at over a dozen wineries and even try our hand at blending our own wine.Chile & Argentina Wine Tour
Sonoma Wine & Walking Tour
Don’t just settle for a tasting room, explore where 90% of the winemaking occurs – where the grapes are grown! On this tour, you’ll gain access to private vineyard lands and connect people within the wineries that you may otherwise never see or meet.Sonoma Wine & Walking Tour
Tuscany Food & Wine Tour
It is hard to say whether Tuscany is better known for its food or its wine – which is why we explore both on this tour! Our days are filled with wine tastings, visits to local food producers, and even truffle hunting in the forests visited by few tourists.Tuscany Food & Wine Tour
Washington Wine Tour
Visit one of the 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations (worldwide) as named by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. We’ll learn about the history of downtown Walla Walla, experience an Art Meets Wine dinner, and visit numerous wineries, including one that is technically located in Oregon but is still a part of the Walla Walla AVA. Plus we’ll enjoy a personal blending session and two incredible wine-paired dinners.Washington Wine Tour