The unofficial start of summer comes with some pretty high pressure to have amazing plans. Your neighbors are going to their house on the lake, your kids just ditched you to hit the beach with their friends, and your Instagram feed is full of people on mini-yacht floats — what’s a warm-weather loving gal to do?! Airbnb is here to solve all your problems. The travel site just announced that on Friday, May 25th, they’ll be offering $1 wine-inspired experiences across the country that are valid only for Saturday and Sunday of this weekend.
The excursions are part of the company’s celebration of National Wine Day (basically, we’ve missed out on YEARS of celebrating not knowing that this was a thing) and include offerings like a hiking wine tour in the and exploring wine country in Our personal favorite is an invitation to join a women from Austin, Texas on her daily morning vineyard stroll that is . If you say they aren't living their best lives, you’re simply wrong.
You can only purchase the $1 deal on Friday, May 25 for use on Saturday, May 26 through Sunday, May 27. But, with deals all over the country, it's so easy to make this a day outing that virtually requires no thought — except if you're having red or white.
This Texas native will greet you with her signature Lavender Fields Cocktail for you to bring along on your 45-minute stroll through 20-acres of breathtaking vines. After all, every morning is better with a mimosa.
This vineyard owner's friends loved the tour she gave of this local winery so much that she decided to open her guides up to the public. She'll show you around the vines (with snacks and sips in tow) and the rest of the day is yours to explore. Arrange for transportation for an additional fee so you can have the best boozy day in Leesburg, Virginia without having to worry about a thing.
For the truly adventurous, this Portland native will walk you through, not one, but three vineyards on this 4.5-mile tour. She'll even provide lunch curated to your dietary preferences.
This host, who also has her Master's degree in Gastronomy from Boston University, offers up some sommelier-knowledge in a non-intimidating way. Oh, and she'll bring cheese and nut pairings, too.
After working in France for 20 years, this winemaker decided to move to California to share his knowledge. In this lesson, he teaches the best process for getting your vino from wine to glass, and gives you a little more knowledge about pairings, all while offering up some sips, of course.