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Michele H wrote a review Feb 2019
Silverton, Oregon110 contributions4 helpful votes
We really enjoyed The Urban Wine Trail card. 28 wineries and most are all in walking distance. We stayed in the Funk Zone and stopped at 10 of the Funk Zone wineries in 2 days. The card is good for one year, so no worries if you can't stop by them all in one visit. Bonus, you get discounts of the wine you purchase at the wineries. I highly recommend this card, be sure to bring the map with you. Bonus going in the winter, not busy at all.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Angel G wrote a review Oct 2018
Mount Laurel, New Jersey172 contributions16 helpful votes
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I would definitely recommend at least 2 days doing this. There's a TON of wine tasting rooms, all within walking distance. Just remember to eat in between tastings at some point. Just park your car and start tasting. The sommeliers are pretty good at recommending others tasting rooms based on your preferences.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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stonerose5 wrote a review May 2018
Leeds, United Kingdom916 contributions199 helpful votes
Very extensive tour. We didn't make it out of the Funk Zone wineries including Deep Sea Winery (on the pier), DV8 and Santa Barbara Wine Collective...not a duff wine had, and a great way to discover Santa Barbara
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Date of experience: March 2018
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CC71OK wrote a review Oct 2017
Edmond, Oklahoma116 contributions69 helpful votes
This was such a unique area of Santa Barbara. Most tasting rooms we visited had patios and it's a short walk around so you can visit a variety in a day. I felt like this was a lot more laid back than visiting the wineries in Santa Ynez, however prices are similar. They aren't quick to get thru the pours, so if you're sharing tastings you don't taste quickly. Next time I will probably just order a glass and chill out for a while. (They will let you taste it before you purchase a glass) Everyone is dressed very casual, shorts and flip-flops - remember, you're still at the beach. Overall, it was a fun day and I look forward to another visit. **Note** The map we received definitely needs improvement
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Deborah A wrote a review Feb 2017
Mechanicsville, Virginia49 contributions4 helpful votes
There are probably 30 tasting rooms in downtown Santa Barbara. Many of the wineries in the area have tasting rooms. It is great to be able to taste and not travel from winery to winery. I don't know how the fee compares to the actual winery but the fees in town seem to range from $15 - 35.00 but waved if you purchase 2 - 3 bottles. I felt this was pricey but cheap in comparison to DUI charges and legal fees. Most of the tasting rooms are near State street or in the Funk Zone. The visitor center and tasting rooms have a brochure.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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