San Diego – a great place to visit with lots of attractions that you can see, and a lot of activities and attractions for stray tourists to fill your days exploring. In fact, when you visit it always seems that is simply not enough time to enjoy all that the city has to offer. Here you can enjoy a wonderful meal, fantastic nightlife and great music. But there are still more than San Diego became known, and it would be "the fruit of the vine." Believe it or not, I'm talking about the vineyards!
While many travelers usually think of the northern and central coast of California, when they think about wine, in San Diego, there are more than 20 wineries that are located throughout the county. It will take a lot of time to go through them and see the typical wine lovers. Among the wineries have several hundreds of different awards, which can be selected, and, at least for the athletes, they are all memorable. With so many different wineries most of the visitors reveals that the tour not only facilitates the transition from vineyard to vineyard, but also allows people to try a lot of premium wines along the way without responsibility behind the wheel.
Some wine tours in San Diego even lead guests on Temekula Valley (also known as "the main wine country") in a luxury limousine. This is an exciting way to spend a day exploring the vineyards that have made San Diego's leading rival for wine lovers around the world. The guides are very friendly and are aware of the numerous wine, San Diego has to offer. Most guides are also well known, where each winery, and about what kind of wine they specialize. However, travelers will enjoy to talk directly with a sommelier in every place, to get the true story "behind the scenes", each vintage.
In addition to limo, tourists can choose from a variety of unusual forms of transport, such as the Hummer or a party bus. Buses are also available, which are drawing on a tight budget and who do not want to spend so much on a wine tour. Most tours last about four hours, so have plenty of time to dive into the nightlife of San Diego when you return from your day trip.