Travel with the comfort and convenience of rail while enjoying breathtaking coastal scenery and tastes at urban wineries and restaurants. This awesome train tour is suited for wine aficionados and dabblers alike, and is ideal for couples, singles, groups... everyone!
Don’t miss out on this unique way to taste amazing local wines and see the sights of San Diego.
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What Is the Difference Between the Chauffeured Winery Tour and the Winery Train Tour?
Watch this video of Shira Bliss, founder and owner, describe the difference between the Chauffeured Winery Tour and the Winery Train Tour, or read the transcript below.
Are there options for Non-Drinkers on the San Diego Winery Train Tour?
You can choose non-alcoholic drinks instead of the wine/beer. You will get to participate in all the wonderful food, gifts, presentations, and guided tours. Published tour ticket prices apply.
What Is Not Included in the San Diego Winery Train Tour?
Your train ticket is not included. You will purchase the Region Plus Day Pass the day of the tour ($12 per person.)
Gratuities for your tour guide, although not required, are always appreciated. Industry standard is 20% of your tour ticket price.
*Offerings may vary.
** This train tour includes a total of about 1 to 1.5 miles of guided, historic walks, with each walk being about 15 minutes at a time (.5 miles or less at a time).
***Just go to your nearest train station, e.g. Downtown San Diego station, OR Old Town Transit Center, OR Carlsbad Village Station.
We run multiple routes daily, with start times varying between 11:45 am, 12:15 pm and 1:50 pm. Tour start times and locations vary. Your tour time, and convenient location to pick up the train, will be stated in the confirmation email sent to you after you book. Tour length is approximately 5 hours.
[FAQ Video transcript: “The differences between the Chauffeured Winery Tour and the Winery Train Tour are primarily the mode of transportation and where we go. On the Chauffeured Winery Tour, we are going to be taking you to wineries with vineyards. On the Winery Train Tour, we’ll be taking you to urban wineries. Those are fully operational wineries where they make the wines, but not the vineyards where they grow the grapes. On the Chauffeured Winery Tour, we’ll be providing door-to-door transportation, so that means we’ll pick you up from your hotel or home. On the Winery Train Tour, you’ll conveniently go to your nearest train station. The Winery Train Tour is a little more active than the Chauffeured Winery Tour, you’re going to have guided historic walks on that tour, so it’s a great tour for those who like to get out and walk. On the Chauffeured Tour, there will be beautiful, gentle strolls in the vineyards if you so choose. So there you go! There are the differences between the Chauffeured Winery Tour and the Winery Train Tour.”]