January 28, 2023
Tasting Trips and Tours Guide – Take Your Tour to the next level

Tasting Trips and Tours Guide – Take Your Tour to the next level

We have a wide variety of tours that you can take while you’re visiting us. From the Cider Tasting Tour to the Picnic Under the Apple Tree – Private Apples and Wine Festival at Campground, we have something for everyone.

Tasting Trips and Tours Guide

Tasting Trips and Tours Guide – Take Your Tour to the next level

Tasting trips and tours are the perfect way to explore a region, learn about its people, and sample the local cuisine. A tasting trip can be as simple as a day trip to somewhere close by or an extended vacation that takes you across the country (or even around the world). Either way, it’s an opportunity for you to experience new places while learning about different cultures along the way.

Tasting tours are similar in nature but tend toward more guided experiences with scheduled tastings at specific venues throughout each stop on your journey. They’re often led by someone who has lived or worked in one of these areas before so they know exactly what kinds of things tourists like us might want to see!

Cider Tasting Tour

Cider is a fermented alcoholic beverage made from the juice of apples. Cider can be hard or soft, depending on how much sugar is left over after fermentation. Hard ciders tend to have more alcohol than soft ones and have less fruit flavor because they are often made with bitter apple varieties like crabapples or pippins that don’t taste as good as sweet dessert apples like Honeycrisp or Fuji.

Hard cider was first drunk by ancient Romans as early as 600 BC; however, it didn’t become popular in America until the 1800s when French settlers brought their love for wine-making techniques across the Atlantic Ocean. Today, there are many types of cider available including traditional dry-style ciders such as Normandy Calvados style (made with calvados yeast); brut sparkling ciders; mulled autumnal blends with spices such as cinnamon sticks/whole cloves/star anise pods, etc.; drier sparkling styles called bone-dry ‘extra brut’ options which may also contain some residual sugar content (but less than 1%) depending on personal preference – these tend towards having higher acidity levels so might not appeal if you prefer sweeter tasting drinks; sweeter blended wines made from combining apple juice concentrate 90% + white grape juice concentrate 10%.

Wine Tasting Tour

Tasting Trips and Tours Guide – Take Your Tour to the next level

A wine-tasting tour is not complete without a visit to a winery, vineyard, or wine store. A tour of these locations can offer insight into the history behind each place and allow you to sample wines from different vintages. Wine bars are also popular stops on wine tours because they often feature local wines and provide an opportunity for guests to socialize over drinks after their tour has ended.

Brewery Tour

A brewery tour is a great way to learn about the brewing process and get some free samples. You can start your brewery tour by visiting any one of the many breweries in your area, but if you’re looking for something specific there are also national tours that will take you around different parts of the country and show off their local favorites.

A typical brewery tour lasts between 1-2 hours and includes both a presentation by an expert on how beer is made as well as tastings at different points during production. Some tours may include additional activities like making your own batch of beer or getting an opportunity to meet with brewers who work there!

Beer Tasting & Sausage Feast

The Beer Tasting & Sausage Feast tour is a great way to experience the best of Bavaria. You’ll be guided through some of Munich’s most famous breweries, learning all about how beer is made and getting to sample some of their products along the way.

The tour starts at noon with a stop at Paulaner Brauhaus where you’ll enjoy a tasting flight (4 beers). After that, it’s on to Hofbrauhaus where you’ll get another 4 samples before heading over to Spaten Brewery for another round of tastings. From there, it’s off around 9 pm when everyone is done with their sausage feast!

This tour costs $36 per person and lasts 2 hours 30 minutes including transportation time between breweries/sausages.*

Picnic Under the Apple Tree – Private Apples and Wine Festival at Campground

  • Picnic Under the Apple Tree – Private Apples and Wine Festival at Campground
  • This event is held each year in October and offers a variety of wines and ciders for tasting. It also features food, live music, games and more! The cost is $30 per person or $50 per couple. Visit the website for more details: http://www.campgroundvineyardsandwinery.com/events-calendar/picnic-under-the-apple-tree/

Conclusion

We hope you’ve enjoyed the overview of our tasting trips and tours. Our aim is to help you find the perfect way to enjoy your trip so that you can truly experience the food and wine at its best.

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