While a few people visit California wineries for much-required “grown-up” time in one of the world’s most delightful wine locales, numerous guardians like to travel and taste with their little ones close by. This has progressively turned into the pattern, as indicated by Wine Institute, motivating a large number of the state’s wineries to offer unique housing for children, including grape juice tastings, play zones, visits with homestead creatures and open-air diversions. These exercises keep kids upbeat and connected with while their folks test the most recent vintages.
The way to an effective and fun family excursion in California’s wine nation is to call ahead or check the maker’s site to check whether kids are welcome. For reasons of risk or inclination, a few wineries don’t permit visitors under age 21. On the off chance that the winery allows minors, kids are allowed to join their folks in the winery and can frequently participate in winery visits.
Below some wineries –
ACORN Winery/Alegria Vineyards, Healdsburg, Sonoma County
Legos, crayons, and cornhole keep kids entertained while parents taste. Children may also explore the vineyards adjacent to the tasting room, join parents on a guided vineyard walk and taste grapes during harvest.
Alexander Valley Vineyards, Healdsburg, Sonoma County
Kids can join in winery and cave tours with their parents, visit the vineyards and enjoy the winery’s picnic area.
Alpha Omega, St. Helena, Napa Valley
The winery offers the coloring book, “Exploring the Napa Valley with Traveler Teddies,” a kid-friendly guide to the Napa Valley, presented with a box of crayons.
Austin Hope & Treana Tasting Cellar, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo County
While parents enjoy a glass or a bottle outside overlooking the vineyards, children are invited to play cornhole or giant Jenga.
Benziger Family Winery, Glen Ellen, Sonoma County
A 45-minute educational tram tour showcases the winery’s Biodynamic vineyards, caves, and insect-friendly gardens.