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Enjoy a Bucks County Wine Tour with Your Crew this Season

by Mary Melnick

Sep 23, 2020

Photo: Mirko Vitali | Dreamstime.com

Age Specific / Adult Children

Grab a group of your wine-loving friends, a significant other or your drinking-age children and hop on a bus to explore some of the best wineries and vineyards located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Tasting & Tours: Wine Tours Bucks County offers the chance for you and up to 14 guests to travel around the scenic, wine-soaked county to taste some of its finest creations.

 

Tours are available for six people or more, although, if you have a smaller group, feel free to call and see if there is another group interested in the same date and the two groups can join forces. The tour normally begins in the New Hope/Lahaska area, but can occasionally begin in Doylestown. The approximate pick up time is 10:30 a.m. and 11:45 a.m., and drop-off is usually 5–6:30 p.m.

 

During the tour your group will make a stop at three of the following wineries and vineyards: Rose Bank Winery; Bishop Estate Vineyard and Winery; Buckingham Valley Vineyards; Crossing Vineyard; Old York Cellars; Rushland Ridge Vineyard & Winery; Unionville Vineyards; or Wycombe Vineyards. Each vineyard and winery offers a slightly different experience and tasting for the group.

At some point during the day, your group can enjoy lunch from La Stalla, Villaggio Cucina or Wycombe Publick House. Unfortunately your group does not get to pick your stops or lunch venue, but, don’t worry, all the options are delicious!

 

The Tasting & Tours: Wine Tour Bucks County is perfect for a birthday celebration, bachelorette party or just something different.

 

To make a reservation call 484 695 6465 or send an email to info@tastingsandtours.com. Be sure to ask about COVID-19-related measures and regulations before booking.

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