FAQ’s

If you’ve been in business eight years, why don’t you have a ton of reviews?

We are a family business that started in 2012 with just one Mercedes Sprinter. Over the years, the business grew, and grew, and grew! We spent all of our time making everything perfect for our guests. It may have not been the best business tactic, but we relied on our clients to leave honest reviews where they saw fit (telephone, web, emails). That is until we realized ya’ll love reviews, and we have since been on the ball about asking our clients to share their thoughts and experiences with the rest of the world! You can now find our reviews on Google, Trip Advisor, Yelp, and just about anywhere!

How big are tour groups?
Our tours can accommodate as few as two on up to as many as 56 guests.

How many wineries do you visit?
Typically, our tour visits 3 venues on a Half-day tour and 4 venues on a Full day tour.

I’ve never taken a wine tour before. What can I expect?
Wine tours are a terrific way to learn about and taste a variety of wines, while we do the driving!  Once your tour arrives at each venue, your tour guide will escort you in to your venue, where you will spend the next 30-40 minutes tasting a selection of wines, beer, or spirits.  If you like the beverages at a particular venue, you are encouraged to buy some!  Many venues will ship your purchases for you if you are from out of town or your guide will be happy to store your purchases safely for you in the vehicle until the end of the day.

Here are some things to note:
Please have a good breakfast before your tour. It’s important not to taste wine on an empty stomach!   Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.  Temperatures in Central Texas between April – October can be very warm. Your group can bring soft-sided coolers filled with your choice of adult beverages and snacks that can be enjoyed along the way to the trail.  Since we visit the wine trail located closest to your pick up address, you may have 30+ minutes to sip and visit with your friends as you enjoy traveling through the beautiful Texas Hill Country.