Winery Tours

August 22, 2019


There are many smaller, artisan vineyards in just about every region of our country and more are popping up every day. Pick up your souvenir bottle of wine during a tour for a relaxing night around the campfire.

If you are unsure where to start planning your winery tour trip, Harvest Hosts is a membership network of vintners and farms that allow free overnight RV camping for a $79-dollar annual membership fee. If you are a wine connoisseur or would like to be, this is a unique way to experience a working vineyard and taste the local vintage. And if you would like to bring home a few bottles to share with friends, the A.C.E.® Class A motorhome has a large fridge for your bottles of white and a large pantry for your bottles of red.

A.C.E. Class A Gas

  • Double-door refrigerator
  • Pantry
  • Bi-fold glass cover on 3-burner cooktop/oven

If you want to make a few new friends at the campground and host your own wine tasting, the Sequence™ Class B is the perfect base camp. The sliding screen door helps blend the indoors and outdoors while keeping out bugs, allowing for fresh air flow and acting as a barrier between the outdoor guests and the indoor friends grazing on local cheeses and snacks.

Sequence Class B

  • Single door 12-volt electric refrigerator
  • Pull-out countertop extension
  • Sliding screen door for entryway

The Gemini® RUV™ has everything you could need, in a smaller, easy to maneuver package. The drivability is so much like a traditional van there’s no need to worry if your winery tour takes you a little off the paved path. Visit the link below for more details on the comforts the Gemini has to offer.

Gemini RUV

  • Euro-style cabinet doors with nickel hardware
  • Ford® Transit or Mercedes-Benz® Sprinter chassis
  • Exterior TV with Bluetooth Sound Bar and Radio

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