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Vancouver Wine Tour (Fraser Valley)

Highlights
  • Try at least 12 locally produced wines

  • Visit three different wineries by comfortable transportation

  • Enjoy a light lunch to compliment the tasting

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Vancouver Wine Tour (Fraser Valley)
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Vancouver Wine Tour (Fraser Valley)
US$90.41
Overview
Taste a long list of locally produced wine at four wineries outside of Vancouver.  A comfortable van transports you and your group to Fraser Valley. Over five and a half hours, try four different samples at each winery. Along the way, discover the details of the winemaking process from your guide.  Round out your experience with a light lunch, typically a cheese and charcuterie platter, before returning to the city.
What to Expect
Meet your tour guide outside Canada Place no less than 15 minutes prior to departure. Your guide will take this time to make you familiar with the itinerary and introduce you to the rest of the group. The drive to the Fraser Valley is 45-60 minutes through Metro Vancouver and vast farm land. In Langley you'll visit 3 amazing wineries, enjoying at least 4 different wines at each. You will receive a behind the scenes tour at one and lunch at another. Lunch is generally a cheese and charcuterie platter, which you can pair with a glass or bottle of your choice (additional wine beyond samples is not included). This is not a booze cruise, but we don't mind if you get a little tipsy!
Reviews (16)
1 - 5 of 15 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Day!

We went on this tour for a company staff party! What a great day out :) Nikki was an amazing tour guide. Thank you for such a great day even despite the rainy Vancouver weather!More

Thank GwatsU
Brandon M, Director of Sales at Canadian Craft Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

thanks for taking the time to write a review Gwats! Nikki is soon becoming one of our most requested and top rated guides. Hope to see you again on one of other other beer tour routes either in Vancouver (Port Moody, North Van, Richmond) or...More

Reviewed 21 August 2018
Fun for a bachelorette party!

We were a group of 5 girls and we had such a great time! For a bachelorette party, the tour is a great length (5hrs for 2 wineries & 1 cidery), the locations visited were nice, with friendly staff and a great selection of wine....More

Thank 2018_NathalieB
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile
Cheers! Great way to spend a day.

There are many things to see and do but if you enjoy wine and you’re looking for a different way to spend your time, try this tour. It’s a wine ‘tasting’, so even though you may not enjoy everything you sample, that’s part of the...More

1  Thank HeidiL1563
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile
Ok, not great

When booking just a couple days prior it was almost impossible to get which wineries we would visit. We went to 3 places. First two were nice the third was closed. Fortunately our guide acted fast and arranged for the group to visit a nearby...More

Thank cwalts
Brandon M, Director of Sales at Canadian Craft Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 16 July 2018

Thanks for the feedback cwalts. We have since had a conversation with the winery that took our booking but was closed when we showed up for our pre-booked (Which is unheard of). Vista D'oro is generally a hit, but it's with your feedback they learned...More

Reviewed 4 July 2018
Fantastic day!

We thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Nikki, our guide, was very knowledgeable and very friendly. We were given several samples to drink at each stop. Very good value for money. Would recommend this tour.

1  Thank Falkirkresident
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Response from cwalts | Reviewed this property |
I think it started at 10A (pick up time in Vancouver) but their website should have the most accurate info
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