Visiting Northern California is an event within itself. Why not treat yourself and let us help plan your getaway? Perfect for the couple taking time off from their busy lives and wanting somebody else to take the guess work out of planning a relaxing trip, or for your out of town guests flying in for your wedding. Between private tastings at boutique wineries, picnics in the vineyard and hands on racecar driving, there are custom itineraries to compliment each visitor and their elite taste in travel affairs.
Burdick Vineyard Tours is an integral part of the luxury services we offer our clients. John Burdick knows Wine Country - Napa and Sonoma - and is able to provide our clients appointment only private tastings behind the gates of some of the most exclusive and off the radar wineries. We believe vacations should be enjoyed the same way great food and wine should - leisurely, deliberately and insightfully.
Private Tour & Tasting with Winemaker and Owner Chris Loxton.
Getting ready for a private helicopter tour of Wine Country.
Relaxing with a glass of wine atop a quiet and secluded hill top.
Sonoma sunset at a private estate.
"The experience on the Burdick Vineyard Tour made our first trip to Wine Country a memorable on the eyes and the palate! Right from the beginning, John put us at ease with his friendly demeanor and his impressive knowledge of wine and the surrounding area. He made an effort to get to know us and fashioned a personalized tour based on our wine preferences. Each of the six wineries we visited (all John’s recommendations) were fabulous! This was truly the best way to experience wine country. We can’t wait to come back!"
Irene and Ryan Broderick . Boston . February 2008
"John has a passion for good food, good wine and good friends and he genuinely loves the wine country, the wineries and the winemakers and it comes through in every way. He was truly excited to show us everything and he couldn’t wait for the next place or the next day and we relished every moment. We never felt rushed. We felt like important guests who were well-received by all of the John’s colleagues. It was clear everywhere we went that John had a tremendous amount of respect for the winemakers and they for him."
Leslie Iler . Texas . September 2008