There are a lot of people who work on the weekends and are not able to enjoy the service that Idaho Wine Tours provides. I am all about removing obstacles. So, do you have a group that would like to wine tour* Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday?
If the answer is yes, then email me at tours@IdahoWineTours.com and we can set something up.
*6 person minimum
A little over a week ago, while my customers were inside the tasting room, I was outside moving some things around in the bus. A future customer walked up and engaged me in conversation about the business. She mentioned that her husband was not much of a wine consumer, and that she sometimes visited the tasting rooms by herself. In so doing, she got to know the other people tasting at the time. She was excited about the business, and before leaving had one last question...
What if I make a reservation and I am the only one?
My answer was, (and a business philosophy that I value): A customer is a customer, they all deserve the same experience. She smiled.
Idaho Wine Tours is still a very new business. So, has this idea been tested? Yes, a few times in fact. I have had a couple tours with only two people. Each time, my customers were amazing. They appreciated the fact that I did not diminish the quality of the experience. We visited the tasting rooms, took our time, and soaked in the beauty of the Sunnyslope wine region.
Your satisfaction with Idaho Wine Tours is valuable to me. I look forward to treating you to this experience. For the first time, or during a repeat visit.
Every 1 is a customer.
(No, it was not one of the people pictured)
No offense to all the Yogis out there. I think that Yoga is great. I even do it myself every once of a while.
However, I really enjoy the ability to stretch out and utilize the space around me. That is one of the ideas at the core of Idaho Wine Tours. I considered a lot of options for a vehicle. A van, Ford Transit, Nissan NX, school bus, etc. I started to consider the “creature comforts” that I would like to have when on a tour. Wanting to appreciate the vehicle I would be in for half a day led me on an adventure to discover the perfect Idaho Wine Tours means of transportation.
The answer was a shuttle bus: not too crowded, plenty of space for people and things, and relatively comfortable. I do not want my customers to have to contort themselves in order to enter and exit the vehicle, as they would do in a limo. This element of quality and comfort is not lost on the customers of Idaho Wine Tours. On every tour so far, at least one person has commented about how getting in and out of a bus appears to be easier. I would say, much easier than the “duck and slide” maneuver.
No offense to all the limo companies, drivers, and customers out there. I think that your vehicles look nice, and probably get better gas mileage.
I just like to be able to stand up in a vehicle, buy wine, keep it inside, and bring my own cooler of food.
Let Idaho Wine Tours solve this dilemma for you and your friends.
Can I rent the entire bus? Will you pick me up at my house? Those have been the two most popular questions that I have been asked so far. The answers are, yes. However, let me explain this a little further. I want this to be a quality wine tasting experience for you, and your group. Maintaining the group dynamics is important. If you have a minimum group of six people, and I do not have any other reservations made for that date, I am willing to close off reservations for that date and move the pickup location to your desired location. We can even negotiate the tasting rooms that you would like to visit.
Email Idaho Wine Tours at tours@IdahoWineTours.com if this is something that interests you.
Idaho Wine Tours will only charge you for the seats reserved. For example, if you have 7 guests in your party, the total at $50.00 per seat would be $350.00. This includes a pickup at the location of your choice.
It is worth noting, though, that filling the bus to occupy all 10 seats is preferred. Based on prior tours, there is something about hitting that magic number of 10 that makes the tour more enjoyable for all. The energy quickly gains momentum and it does not seem to slow down. The wine could have something to do with it, but that is just a guess.
If you have any other questions email me at info@IdahoWineTours.com
Idaho Wine Tours is finally here! The website is revised and live. The logo has been designed, and the graphics for the bus are currently being wrapped on. Both which have received incredible feedback. I look forward to beginning this adventure and creating an experience that pairs Idaho Wine Tour customers with all the great wineries and vineyards.
The bus will makes it's public appearance in a couple of days. So be on the lookout.
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