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South End Wine Tasting Tour in Boston

  • 62 Ratings

Discover the culture and wines of Boston's artsy South End neighborhood on a guided tour. Leave the crowds behind as you enjoy full-bodied vintages at local favorites.

Region: Boston
Duration: 2 hours
Cancellation: 2 days in advance.

What You Will Do

  • Stroll around Boston's South End, a neighborhood known for its innovative art scene and cultural diversity
  • Nibble on appetizers and sip wines from around the globe to discover the richness of properly paired food and drink
  • Come across the famous landmarks and attractions that dot this section of Boston with the guidance of a professional
  • Go to where the locals eat and drink, including Gaslight Brasserie du Coin and Cinquecento Roman Trattoria

What's Included

  • 2-hour guided wine tour
  • Samples and pairings

Additional Information

  • Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.

Customer Reviews

  • 62 Ratings

  • Shahar

Our group really enjoyed our wine pairings and each others' company. The tour guide (KP) was clearly very knowledgeable about wine, but she was talking about wine way over our heads -- she assumed a baseline level of wine knowledge that we did not have, and we barely understood what she was talking about (in terms of wine regions, varietals, ratings, production etc.). She used a lot of terms we just did not understand. I wish she had surveyed the group at the beginning to find out what we did and did not know about wine, and been able to give us a little bit more basic information about wine. We would have loved to learn more about the wines we were drinking, but starting at a more basic level.

November 19, 2017

  • Joel

I had an expectation that this was more of a walking tour. I was disappointed when it was more about wine education, and not an actual walking tour. That being said, the wines were good, and the guide was very good.

November 6, 2017

  • Stephen

It was slow starting but became better. Some helpful ideas....water on all tables, written list of wines to be tasted, food should be on tables with first wine and suggestions made to try certain foods with certain wines to enhance the taste. Our guide looked at the floor a lot, not at us and it was off putting.

November 6, 2017
South End, Boston, MA, USA