Perry Creek Winery Coupons and Deals
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The Fine Print
Limit 1 per group per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Must be 21+ and show valid ID • Discount apportioned among all items purchased. No item provided free. • All services must be redeemed during a single visit by same group
Located just an hour east of Sacramento on 40 acres of beautiful land in the Fair Play Appellation, Perry Creek Winery is a little slice of vino paradise. Enjoy it with good company: • $38 ($85 value) for a one-hour VIP tour and tasting for up to four • Includes barrel tasting, cheese, salami, antipasti appetizer, and baguette • You'll take home a bottle of Perry Creek's ever-popular ZinMan "The tour was well worth it. The staff was very informative and treated their customers as guests. I see myself coming back here in the near future." - LivingSocial Member Perry Creek Winery's Website | Facebook
THE GOOD STUFF Tucked in the Sierra foothills, Perry Creek Winery has been producing some killer vintages with a California heart and a European soul for years. Taste the different today—just $39 gets you and three friends a winery tour and tasting with food and a bottle to take home, an $84 value. With high marks from Wine Spectator (especially their 90+ points-earning Zin), visits to this 40-acre vineyard are quite the hot commodity. Whine about this deal and take your crew to wine country today! RED, RED WINE A trip to Perry Creek Winery starts with a one-hour VIP tour of the winery as the methodology behind Perry Creek’s selection of robust reds and fruity whites is explained. Conversation eventually turns to the winery’s signature bottle, ZINMAN, one of Wine Spectator’s top 15 best values. The tour ends in the tasting room where guests snack on light bites while sampling the different varietals. Finally, you and your crew is sent on your way with a bottle of ZINMAN in tow. That doesn’t mean you have to go just yet; if you’re not quite ready to leave wine country, grab some bread and cheese from the deli case and crack open your wine for an impromptu picnic. Nothing beats spontaneity, eh?