If you are a wine lover then a wine tour is something that should go into your bucket list. There are so many wineries in the world and no matter where you are you will find something suitable. Lucky for you, there are organized wine tours you can take part in. The organized wine tours give you much freedom and memorable moments than doing it by yourself. You will not be involved in the research on the wineries to be covered on the tour which takes a lot of pressure off your trip. Also, the organizers do this for a living which means they will know the best places to take you for the best wine. They also have tried and testing plans on the time you have to get and leave at each of the spots.
Note that drunk driving is prohibited everywhere in the world and even if you are on a wine tour you should not be driving after you have been drinking. Nevertheless, the tour will not be as exciting as you want it to be if you are spitting the wine after every sip because you do not have someone to drive you back. Organized wine tours come with a driver which means you can taste and drink as much as you want. You will not be getting into accidents due to drunk driving when there is a chauffeur apart from bad singing and waking up with a headache the day after. The tours are guided by people who are experts in the wine industry such that they will also inform you on the wine history and anything else you might want to know in the process. There are wine names a lot of people are not able to pronounce correctly and this will be a chance for you to learn the names and how to pronounce them.
Wine tours are more than drinking events but they are also social. Given that the other participants have the same love as you, it will not be a problem striking conversations which can turn to lasting friendships. In addition, you can also take your wine-loving friends and family members along and even if they do not love the wine the will love the company. The guides who man the tours are usually enthusiastic and the camaraderie is not something you want to miss out on. The wine travellers are also a jolly group and you are less likely to be alone at any point.