So you may have seen our Temecula wine tour guides out at the wineries wearing kilts! People often ask us why do we wear them, more often ask us what is under them (LOL)
But the story behind our tour guides and Kilts is pretty simple...
Almost all of our guides happen to be Scottish. We like to have fun and want our guests to have a fun time so most of our tour guides happen to wear kilts!
What is the correlation between Rockin' Wine Tours and Kilts? To be honest not much! It just kind of happened this way and our guests seem to get a kick out it so we just roll with it!
Our number one goal is to provide a one of a kind memorable experience and have a fun time.
Wine tasting doesn't have to be uptight it's okay to have fun while visiting our great local Temecula wineries and our guides are there to help show your group the most fun you have ever had wine tasting!
So we get a lot of questions regarding the way we run our tours.
We always say if you are looking for just a ride to wineries go use Uber or take a taxi. You can save a few bucks and get what you want.
However if you are looking for an experience for a special occasion that is where we come in!
We specialize in customized, private, interactive wine tours here in Temeucula
If you are celebrating a birthday, bachelorette party, bridal shower, company team building party, or any other occasion let us provide you with a one of a kind experience that your special guest will never forget!
We don't throw you into a random shuttle with a bunch of strangers. All of our tours are private which means the only people that will be in your decorated, personalized, party bus will be the people you came with!
We have interior designers that will decorate the inside of your bus to any theme you would like. Make sure to request you specific theme and we will make it come to life!
Call us 951.294.5560 for more information on all of our our 5 star temecula wine tour packages!
Peltzer Family Cellars in Temecula is now open to the public.
You may know Peltzer Farms as they do the annual pumpkin patch and numerous charity events.
Come check out the great modern rustic feel and try the great wines.
Besides the great tasting room, Peltzer Family Cellars will also have food available from Great Harvest Bread Company in Temecula and a picnic area that holds well over 100 guests!
Peltzer Family Cellars is open 7 Days a week 11AM - 5PM
Address: 40275 Calle Contento, Temecula, CA 92591
So we get a lot of questions regarding the types of buses we use for our Temecula wine tours. It can be a tad confusing with all of the terminology. So let's break down the different types of buses that are used in wine tours and explain which style of bus we use for our guests.
Party Bus aka Limo Bus
We exclusively use party buses aka limo buses. "Party Bus" and "Limo Bus" is generally the same thing. Companies will use the term "Limo Bus" to typically attract corporate clients whereas the term "Party Bus" appeals to more of a 'party' crowd. But terms aside these are the same style bus.
Here is an example of the inside of one of our "party buses" or "limo buses"
You can see the seating in a party bus / limo bus is not rows of seats like in an airplane like you would see in a shuttle bus (See below). Everyone faces each other, there is lighting, and great stereo systems. Also most party buses will have a mini bar inside.
We have found that guests have a much better over all experience in a party bus than a shuttle bus. Our guests want to feel like they are together and not separated by rows of seats like in an airplane.
The other style of bus would be a shuttle bus. Some companies will also call a shuttle bus a 'limo coach' to sound more fancy to corporate clients.
Shuttle buses have rows of seats like you would see in an airplane. Typically shuttle buses are used for long distance trips or for shuttling random groups of people from place to place. We do not use shuttle buses as we have found that our guests don't feel like they are experiencing anything other than just a generic ride. We like to make the ride be part of your overall wine tasting experience.
Here is a photo of a typical shuttle bus aka 'limo coach'
At the end of the day it is all personal preference.
Hopefully this article has helped you decide which type of bus appeals to you more!