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Very extensive tour. We didn't make it out of the Funk Zone wineries including Deep Sea Winery (on... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
Leeds, United Kingdom
via mobile
Relaxing wine tasting and no driving

This was such a unique area of Santa Barbara. Most tasting rooms we visited had patios and it's a... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2017
Edmond, Oklahoma
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Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

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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Reviewed 16 October 2017

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...More

4  Thank CC71OK
Reviewed 25 February 2017

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...More

1  Thank Deborah A
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Santa Barbara Urban Wine Trail gives the options of trying a few wineries within a short walking distance.

1  Thank vabey
Reviewed 5 July 2016

Did a 2 night( (June 22-23) Sip "eat and drink /Train trip; = NO Car was smart due to the enormous amount of construction =clogged roads, little or NO Parking The Urban wine trail is a sort of "treasure hunt" The fees run $12-15 for...More

3  Thank P-and-A-Belmont
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Great wine, space & vibe.....and the corks on the bottles are "Brenna & Robbie" As members we come up to Santa Barbara for our seasonal wine pickups. Upon arrival there is always a great welcoming smile. This is rare indeed, one could not ask for...More

1  Thank Greg D
Reviewed 7 April 2016

As the sun begins to set on Santa Barbara head to the Funk Zone and the unique Urban Wine Trail where a cluster of Santa Ynez Valley wineries have downtown cellar door outlets. You pay about $10 to taste a check list of different wines...More

2  Thank LushOzTourist
Reviewed 14 March 2016

You aren't doing Santa Barbara right if you haven't gone tasting along the Urban Wine Trail in the Funk Zone! When weather, time and wallets permit - my girlfriend and I essemble a group to make a trip up north to taste here for a...More

3  Thank John I
Reviewed 12 March 2016

My husband and I had a ball. I think we hit 4 or 5? Can get expensive, but we shared our tastings. Each one can get up to $20. We debated driving to the wineries, but this way it was easier to still sample wine...More

4  Thank dolittledigger
Reviewed 23 September 2015

This is a neat idea. As opposed to getting in your car and driving up and down the road (like in Napa), Santa Barbara has the Urban Wine Trail where you can hoof it (safer too) to many wineries located together. We had a little...More

5  Thank Glee47
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