Concord – Amador County Wine Tours

Exotic Limousine Inc. is one of the few companies that offer specialized wine tours to the Amador wine region from Concord, Walnut Creek and East Bay Area – The Pearl of the Sierra Foothills, where there’s gold in the ground and in your glass. Our limos like Hummer, Escalade and Party Buses for up to 45 passengers are just as dazzling as the gold of the Amador wine country. Other members of our fleet like Lincoln 6, 8, 10, 12 passengers and Rolls Royce limos can used to travel to some thirty seven wineries that are in heart of the historic most picturesque Sierra foothills. Enjoy wine country the way it used to be by making a trip to Amador County, as our limo service customers you will get VIP attention and inside tours to wine making at the top names in Amador. Small, family-owned wineries make the best wine using the traditional methods of wine making. The wineries are nestled along scenic back roads in some of California’s most scenic rural settings and offer gracious, unmatched hospitality. You can sip Amador’s award-winning and famous wines like old-vine-zinfandels– while checking out the snow-capped Sierras or picnicking below grand old oak trees surrounded by the most beautiful vineyards. Amador wineries are under two hours from the East Bay Area, and best part is that most wine tastings are without any tasting fees. Some of our personal favorite wineries are:-

Renwood Winery: Known for the best Zinfandels, and an available picnic area. They also sell some quality cheeses and finest chocolates.

Karmere Vineyards and Winery: Very Popular for their red wines. Perfect spot for picnic lovers, enjoy food at Karmere’s gardens with afford wonderful views of the surrounding valley.

Montevina Winery: Known for its zinfandels, stylish Syrah’s and a large selection of classic and lesser-known Italian varieties. Also can host events of up to 300 people, it’s one of the largest wineries in Amador region.

Charles Spinetta Winery and Wildlife Art Gallery: Renowned for their barbera, chenin blanc, petite sirah, primitivo and zinfandel, as well as other rare, aged wines. They also have a wild life gallery for its guests.

When you’re not wine-tasting, your limo can take you on a tour of quaint Gold Rush-era towns, to wonderful eateries like Restaurant Taste, Villa Toscana and charming bed-and-breakfast inns like Plymouth and Shenandoah Inn, and partake of a plethora of exciting recreational activities after your wine indulgence.