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The Big Crush

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The Big Crush

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9310 Pacific St, Plymouth, CA 95669-8400
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4 Hour Private Amador County Wine Tasting Tours Mercedes Sprinter Passengers Van
Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

4 Hour Private Amador County Wine Tasting Tours Mercedes Sprinter Passengers Van

You can arrange your own private wine tour with BK Best. We let you and your party to choose the wineries and plans for the day. That way, you can have a fully customized private wine tour for your group. It’s common that people go to around 5-6 wineries. Some wineries require to make an appointment but others don’t so make sure to call the wineries ahead of time. We won’t pay for the appointment fees.<br><br>This tour is fully customizable to your needs. You and your group can decide whatever you do on the tour.<br><br>The wineries on the list aren’t the only options. If you have another winery in mind that isn’t included, just let us know. The wineries on this list are just the most popular ones.<br><br>Traveler time starts from their first pickup location &amp; ends their first pickup location.
US$499.00 per adult
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Footprints488431 wrote a review Oct. 2019
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Great event. The wineries were well-prepared with parking, excellent food, entertainment, some shopping and of course wine.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Lori W wrote a review Oct. 2019
Placerville, California1 contribution
Our third-year attending the Big Crush proves to be consist of fun, music, wine-paired food, and great value. This year we went with a group of 10 in a limo which was a blast and safe for all. These 40+ wineries and their pouring staff are super passionate and proud of their wines and will educate you on Amador's history, the vines, how their wine is produced, the different varieties and anything else you are interested to learn about. I love supporting our local wineries; worth every penny!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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HometownChef wrote a review Mar. 2015
Sutter Creek, California62 contributions29 helpful votes
A two-day extravaganza--$40 a ticket--gives you entree to the local Amador wineries. Lots of people, delicious wines, and good food at all the stops. Plan to arrive on Saturday and stay at one of Amador's excellent bed and breakfasts and keep tasting on Sunday. Enjoy dinner in Amador City or Sutter Creek, or there's always Taste Restaurant in Plymouth if you're feeling like splugring.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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DL S wrote a review Oct. 2014
San Francisco, California112 contributions34 helpful votes
This is an annual event put on by the Vintners Association. About 40 local wineries participate and each offers a different type of enjoyment: sitting and sipping on a shady lawn while listening to a jazzy violinist, dining on tacos and listening to classic rock, eating paella and playing bocce ball, sipping on cool white varietals and/or luscious reads. Wineries offered great discounts, everyone was friendly and the wines were delicious. The food was also varied and tasty and included tri-tip sliders, paella, pizza, gumbo, salads, and so many more treats.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Michael A wrote a review Nov. 2013
San Jose, California91 contributions20 helpful votes
This was our first time going to the Big Crush. It was $40.00 a ticket, but well worth it. We visited 19 wineries in two days enjoying the music and food and limiting the amount of wine we drank. I thingk that our favorite winery was Dry Cellars, for the wine, the food, and being the most dog friendly of any of the wineries we visited. We will definitely go again.
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Date of experience: October 2013
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