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     Stretch Limousine Service From San Jose, San Francisco to: 
The Livermore and Tri Valley Wineries; including Pleasanton, and Sunol.

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• Our pricing has no hidden or extra charges** for Tax, Tip, License, or Gas.

• Our service is licensed and insured. California License # TCP 13972-P To learn more, visit the License Info link.

• Our service is rated 5 Star on ( Liberty Wine Tours Campbell, CA.)  

• Our Chauffeur has over 22 years experience.

• Our service includes; Bottled Waters, Sodas, and your choice of Champagne, Wine, or Beer on ice at no extra cost.***

• Our Lincoln Town Car 120" Stretch Limousine was Built by Certified Ford / QVM builder Tiffany Coachworks.

Our Actual Stretch Limousine Pictured below at the New Mitchell Katz Tasting Room in Livermore.


8 Passengers Max in any 120" Stretch Limousine (Not 10.) 

Our actual limousine is pictured and may also be viewed at the Tiffany Lincoln Link.

For a start / end in San Francisco or Walnut Creek we recommend at least 6 hours for this charter.
Monday - Thursday:    6 hours at $431.00 + $60 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service. 
Friday or Sunday:           6 hours at $481.00 + $65 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service.
Saturday or Holidays:        6 hours at $531.00 + $70 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service.

For a start / end in the San Jose Area we recommend at least 6 hours for this charter.
Monday - Thursday:    6 hours at $400.00 + $60 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service. 
Friday or Sunday:           6 hours at $450.00 + $65 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service.
Saturday or Holidays:        6 hours at $500.00 + $70 per. hr. for overtime on the Day of Service.

From the Livermore Valley Winegrowers website:
One of California's oldest wine regions, the Livermore Valley played a pivotal role in shaping California's wine industry. 
Spanish missionaries planted the first wine grapes in the Livermore Valley in the 1760s. In the 1840s, 
California pioneers looking for outstanding vineyard sites began planting grapes in the region. 
Robert Livermore planted the first commercial vines in the 1840s. Pioneer winemakers C. H. Wente, James Concannon, 
and Charles Wetmore recognized the area's winegrowing potential and founded their wineries in the early 1880s.
Livermore Valley captured America's first international gold medal for wine in 1889 at the Paris Exposition, 
putting California on the world wine map.
Livermore Valley wineries were the first to bottle varietal labeled Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Petite Sirah. 
Nearly 80% of California's Chardonnay vines trace their genetic roots to a Livermore Valley clone. 
Livermore Valley also boasted more than 50 wineries until Prohibition and contributed significantly to the state's enology and 
viticulture that lives on today. Innovations developed in the Livermore Valley include overhead irrigation, mechanical harvesting 
and roller crushing in the vineyard. Attracted to the rich winemaking tradition, climate, soil and geography, new winemakers 
and vineyardists are working alongside fifth generation winegrowers to create this Livermore Valley wine renaissance. 
The region now has over 40 wineries, with several more about to open, and more than 5,000 acres of vineyards. 
Wineries vary in size from limited release, 100-case labors of love to 400,000-case industry heavyweights, 
and grapes range from familiar Merlot and Chardonnay to Italian, Rhone and Spanish varieties. 
Welcoming tasting rooms showcase award-winning wines and offer year around activities. 
In addition to the myriad happenings at individual wineries, the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association 
sponsors several consumer events each year, showcasing the talent, energy and fine wines of the region.

With so many wineries in the Tri Valley Area deciding on where to go can be difficult. 
Of course if your an experienced connoisseur and know what you like we will follow your itinerary down to the letter, 
but if this is your first visit to Livermore or if your group just wants to get off the beat and track that’s where we come in. 
We specialize in wine tours and love to take our clients to the small out of the way places. We have spent many years in 
Northern California and look forward to showing you only the best. Depending on weather you want to tour, taste, or learn 
some of the best wineries can only be visited with advance reservations. We do not have a set list of wineries that We take 
people to on a daily basis, only after speaking with you can We determine what recommendations to make and appointments 
to schedule. If you're looking for a great place to have lunch or diner We can help with that too, even picnic lunches are available. 

Winerys: The wineries that you chose to visit may charge a fee to taste, tour, or visit. 
For example: in The Tri Valley tasting fees typically range from $0-$15 for a flight of wines. 
For Tours or Reserve Wines the cost can be $20+ Please let us know if fees are a concern.

To Reserve Your Service;

1.) Call us at (866) 542-8726 or (408) 376-1217 (Outside the Cont. USA.) or send us an e mail.
2.) Reply to the Terms of Service e mail that we send you.
3.) Provide a valid Credit Card over the Phone. Please Do Not e mail this information to us.

All prices are subject to change and availability until all three items above are complete. All service is first come first served.
Please visit our Terms of service link to view our cancellation policy.

*Charges by third parties are not included; 
*Wine tasting or tour fees, lunch, etc...
**Final price is based on your starting / ending location.
*** (1) House bottle of Sparkling or Still Wine, or (12) Domestic Beers, or (6) Import Beers. Provided to adults 21 and older.
***If you would like additional or special items, we will be happy to provide these items to you at:
----No extra cost above the actual cost of the items.