Our Healdsburg Sip ‘N Cycle takes you out of this world—the setting reminds guests of the scenic hills and valleys of Provence, France. Taste award-winning wines (don’t miss the Zinfandel, the varietal that the Dry Creek Valley is known for!) at small, family-owned wineries.
We meet in downtown Healdsburg at 10:00am, where we fit you to a Marin hybrid bike outfitted with a helmet, bag, and comfortable gel-seat. Your guide goes over the “Rules of the Road” as well as how to operate the bike. We’re off on our tour at about 10:15am.
As we head out on the quiet country lanes of the Dry Creek Valley we take in all of the emerald green beauty of the grape vines, olive trees, and foliage of the area. Dry Creek Valley is known for its spicy red wines and crisp white wines, which you will sample at some of our favorite small, boutique. After tasting several varieties we head to our lunch stop at one of the most picturesque wineries where we will enjoy our Wine Country picnic lunch.
After our lunch we return to our bikes rested and recharged. We will make one or two more winery stops and then return to the parking lot off of the Healdsburg plaza around 3:30pm. Here we bid you farewell and thank you for riding with us!
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10:00 am to 3:30pm
Matheson St. at Vine St. (behind the Hotel Healdsburg, one block off the main plaza)
Hybrid bike and helmet rental, unlimited water, Wine Country picnic lunch, and professional local guides. Tasting fees and guide gratuity is not included.
Wine Country Picnic: sample menu
Wineries we may visit:
Everett Ridge, Lambert Bridge, Michael Bernard, Quivira, Michel Schlumberger, Preston, Bella, Raymond Burr, Rued, and Kokomo, among others.
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Price: $149 per person (Discounts available for families and groups of 4 or more guests).
Chance of Rain70°/48°
Chance of Rain61°/41°
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