Napa/Sonoma bus trip from SF

Old Aug 9th, 2022, 02:56 AM
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Napa/Sonoma bus trip from SF

Hi, Iím wondering if anyone has recently taken a bus trip from San Francisco to Napa, Sonoma, or Russian River that they would recommend. Thereís only the two of us, so the private ones are a little pricey. We donít want to drive, as we both would be sampling. We are wine lovers, but this would be our first trip to California wine country.
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Old Aug 13th, 2022, 02:12 PM
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I donít know anything about bus trips, but I can recommend you visit the cute town of Healdsburg, in Sonoma. More family-owned vineyards around there. Not a pretentious area. Russian River is next door.

But, if itís your first trip to California wine country, you might want to see Napa. We prefer Sonoma, after being to Napa several times.
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Mobro, thank you very much for the advice! Much appreciated!
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Old Aug 14th, 2022, 10:04 AM
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I donít know anything about bus trips, but I can recommend you visit the cute town of Healdsburg, in Sonoma. More family-owned vineyards around there.
Not true. Plenty of family owned vineyards n Napa Valley and corporate owners in Sonoma County and Healdsburg.
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We enjoyed staying in St. Helena, nice small town with very good food and nearby wineries. Don’t know anything about buses and how you intend to get around without a car as things are quite spread out in the area between Napa and Healdsburg.

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Not true. Plenty of family owned vineyards n Napa Valley and corporate owners in Sonoma County and Healdsburg.
I didnít say there werenít any at all.
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