North America

They say variety is the spice of life, and that’s certainly what’s offered with North America’s 23 countries.  Obviously, the United States with famous Napa Valley wine tours – one of the largest countries on earth – and Canada make up a large portion of the North American territory, but also Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean are included, making this region one of the most diverse in the world.

From Alaska’s pristine shores to Canada’s colorful fall foliage and Mexico’s Mayan ruins to the white sands of the Caribbean, there is something for everyone.  Pair your wine tasting with a journey to British Columbia and the culinary capital of Canada, then continue up the west coast to Alaska, where misty ports and snow-capped mountains welcome you at almost every turn. Imagine exploring tropical rainforests, and zip-lining through a jungle canopy and then unwinding at a waterfront bar overlooking the Caribbean at night.  Go whale watching, scuba diving, and fishing at some of the best spots in the Western hemisphere.


California Wine Tours Aren’t The Only USA Wine Regions

Of course the expansive California wine regions of Sonoma, Napa Valley, Santa Cruz and Paso Robles plus Washington’s Walla Walla Valley have a special place in our hearts.

However, the reputation of this country’s wine continues to grow exponentially, cementing its place as one of the largest and most sought-after wine producers on earth. Not only is the country peppered with fabulous wineries and cellar doors, but there’s a bustling wine scene with frequent special events.

While California wine tours packages are the most popular (especially the Napa Valley wine tours) and most well-attended, there are in fact excellent wine regions all over the United States. Even Alaska has unique offerings that rival a napa valley wine tour. Another region is the more established Finger Lakes in New York.