Is it Safe to go on a Wine Tasting Tour

Is wine tasting safe
Wine Wrangler "Safe and Clean" procedures 

If you're like me, you have had enough of this sheltering in place for COVID-19. You are ready to venture out into the big, wild blue yonder.  Paso Robles Wine Country is about as big, wild, blue and adventurous as any other outdoorsy thing there is to do, and it comes with a BIG bonus... WINE. 

I'm sure you have a few hesitations though. Is it safe to go on a wine tasting tour yet?  

Well, here are 3 things to consider:

1)  Reputation
You will want to use a company that has a long standing, reliable, and safe reputation. The Wine Wrangler has been in business for over 17 years, has been in the local wine industry for just as long, and has a clean, accident free history during their time in business.   

2) Cleanliness
Whatever company you choose to tour with, you'll want to check out their new sanitation procedures.  We are implementing "Safe and Clean" procedures for our touring vehicles, our Guides, as well as guidelines for best safe and clean practices for guests while you are on tour. Just ask us!

3) Training
Our guides have been properly trained on preventative measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19 (or any other highly communicable disease), how to self screen prior to touring, as well as handwashing and sanitizing options during the tour. All touring vehicles will be equipped with sanitation wipes and sanitizer gel available for guides and patrons alike to use throughout the day.  

We feel that touring with a highly reputable company, proper training, cleaning and disinfection protocols, as well as some common sense, we can maintain a safe and clean tour that can be fun while allowing you to get some much needed fresh air and a little bit of that awesome Paso Robles Wine you've been missing! 

We hope to see you soon in Paso Robles Wine Country, you've been missed.