New York State Wine Experience Now a Limo-Chauffeured Event

Staff Writer
Now you can tour the Shawangunk Wine Trail with your own chauffeured car service

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The Caldwell House B&B offers the luxury limo-chauffeured package to visitors who prefer to sample their wine in style.

Ever had a hard time finding a good designated driver for your rambling countryside wine tour? An upstate New York bed and breakfast is about to make this a lot easier for you by providing a chauffeured-limousine car service along the Shawangunk Wine Trail for visitors to the region’s annual Pasta Primo Vino weekend happening on April 12th and 13th.

Participating wineries this year include Adair Vineyards, the Benmarl Winery, Brimstone Hill Winery, Palaia Vineyards, Robibero Winery, and Whitecliff Vineyard. The offerings are diverse, but because the route is self-guided, many patrons don’t make it very far through the trek before dropping out from intoxication. A car service may be a good way to circumvent the problem this year around.

Aside from the obvious luxury wine-experience lure, the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast wants guests to drink and dine responsibility during the weekend event which caters to wine lovers with its 14 wineries and pasta lovers with specially-prepared signature pastas offered along the Shawangunk Wine Trail.  While there are several car services on offer along the route this year, visitors who want the Caldwell House limo experience should reserve their White Glove Wine Getaway, which will include a fully guided trail tour in a limo that fits 8 to 10 people, and an on-board cooler stocked with refreshments.

The getaway package also comes with a two-night stay at the B&B and a two-day admission ticket to the trail. Package prices start at $759, though if visitors would like to book for bigger groups they should contact the Caldwell House Bed and Breakfast directly at 1-800-210-5565.

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