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Almost all the wineries in California closed their doors between 1920 and 1933. The few that were able to remain open did so by producing “medicinal" wines and wines for religious ceremony. People were still allowed to make wine at home for personal use (there were 200 gallons of wine per year allowed for each adult male in the household) and the demand for wine grapes, particularly on the East Coast remained high. For this reason wine grape production remained consistent even as commercial winemaking all but disappeared in the California wine country.
Tour prices do not include meals, lodging, or park entrance fees unless otherwise noted. We are not responsible for loss or damage of personal property on tours. We are not responsible for delays due to accidents, breakdowns, or adverse traffic and weather conditions on tours. We reserve the right to modify stops, vehicle, visits or activities based on weather conditions, group needs or conditions out of our control. We reserve the right to use other operators and/or subcontractors to operate all and any tours advertised. Trips require a minimum number of participants to avoid cancellation. Cancellations or changes must be made 72 hrs before trip departure to get partial refund. Cancellations and changes are subject to a 10% or $25 fee, whichever is greater.