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Napa Valley Winery tours that are free and/or cheap but interesting

elmomonster | Jun 25, 200401:45 PM     11

I'm not a wine drinker, but I'm spending the weekend of July 4th in the Napa Valley and San Francisco area.

I have been on tours at the Robert Mondavi winery years ago, and seem to recall they charged no fee for a tour. From the looks of it (looking at some travel sites), things have changed. The admission is not excessive at Mondavi and in other wineries. They seem to top out at about $20 for tours. But since I do not drink, I would really like to forgo any tours that charge because wine tastings are part of it.

Do you guys know of any cool winery tours that free of charge or charge little. Basically the best bang for the buck...

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