If you are someone who loves wine then going for small group wine tours is something you would definitely enjoy where you get to try different types of wines and see how they are prepared. We have gathered some of the tips by the expert wineries on how to make your wine tour something worth remembering.
- Advance Booking
One must know that wineries get booked pretty quickly which is why you must always be prepared to book in advance for such a trip as they have limited availability. If you want to save yourself from disappointment, booking in advance is something you must ensure.
- Spit or Swallow
For someone who has never been on a wine tasting trip, something that goes on in their mind is whether they are to spit or swallow the wine. Well, it’s really up to you what you want to do about it. If you are not liking the taste of the wine, it’s not obligatory for you to finish it. A fun fact about wine tasting is that this is the only time and place where spitting out is socially acceptable. So either way, it’s a win – win situation for you.
- To Drive or not to Drive
Well, if you feel that wine tasting is something where you would have no control over yourself, it is suggested to not drive back on your own. What you can do is hire a driver for yourself or come in small group wine tours Adelaide where there are 8 to 10 people along with you. This way you wouldn’t have to worry about how to go back.
It is highly recommended that if you want to have an authentic experience of wineries, go for those one which are small where they not only offer wine tastings but also offer relaxed visits and meetings with the wine makers as well. If you plan on choosing larger wineries, there may be a greater chance where it would be pretty crowded and you wouldn’t even get a personal attention too.
- Not Costly
If you are low on a budget, we recommend you to take self-guided tour and move from one winery to another on your own where you would just have to pay for wine tasting only. If you plan on going for private guided tours, that would be pretty expensive on your pocket due to the fact that there is insurance and travel cost involved. However, if you have no budget issues we highly recommend you to take those tours where there is a guide because they have accessibility to almost all wineries hand have major knowledge about different types of wines.