NC Grape Escape Tours Adds Limo Party Bus to Fleet for Transportation to Wineries

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A new limo party bus is available to reserve on NC Grape Escape Tours’ winery tours and wine-tasting trips.

With warm weather right around the corner, NC Grape Escape Tours has added a limo party bus to its fleet for the upcoming spring season of wine tasting and winery tours.

The limo party bus will add to NC Grape Escape Tours’ fleet of 12 and 15-person passenger vans that will chauffeur guests on tours of some of North Carolina’s local wineries. NC Grape Escape Tours offers 11 different tours through wine country. A minimum of eight passengers is required for a scheduled tour. The limo party bus will allow guests to travel in style and luxury on their tour and adds to a memorable trip.

A limo party bus can make larger parties more personable because of the comfortable face-to-face seating, and offers stand-up walking room. The bus is available for the upcoming Stanly County Winter Wine Festival, which will be held on Feb. 23 and will take guests through downtown Albermarle. The cost to sign up is $45 and includes transportation and a tasting ticket.

The limo party bus can also be reserved throughout the spring for leisurely afternoon winery tours and wine tastings. Cost includes travel to and from the meeting point, events, and on-board bottled water and snacks. Lunch can be provided at an additional cost.

About the company:

At NC Grape Escape Tours, they provide a “great wine tasting adventure.” The best local wineries can be found in their part of North Carolina, and they offer transportation to these wineries so their customers can enjoy wine tastings, winery tours, outdoor concerts and special events. Enjoy a leisurely day or afternoon with one of the 11 pre-selected winery tours NC Grape Escape Tours offers or they will gladly customize a trip to include wine tastings their customers would like to experience based on their interests. For more information, visit their website at http://www.NCGrapeEscape.com.

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