Posts Tagged ‘long island wine tours’

Wine Tours On Long Island

September 27, 2014


Wine touring on Long Island’s North Fork is in full swing during this time of year.  We at Five Towns Limousines have wine tour packages that will suit every group size (from 6 to 50 people) in sheer luxury.  Our pricing is very affordable as you can see:

Per person    Hourly    Group size     Vineyards      Choice of  limo

$106.00             8            8 to 15                 3                      YES

$101.00             8           16 to 25                3                       YES

$ 98.00             8           26 to 50                3                       YES

$75.00              6       10 or more        As Directed            YES

You can choose from our extensive list of luxury limousines and party bus, availability is limited so book early.

Pink  H2 Hummer,       20 passenger
Pink Escalade,             25 passenger
Yellow H2 Hummer,     27 passenger
White Escalade,           20 passenger
Pink Lincoln TC,          10 passenger

White Lincoln TC,        10 passenger

Luxury Party bus,         50 passenger

Pick up outside of Nassau or Suffolk Counties add $8.00 per person plus applicable tolls *

Gourmet Box Lunch Add $16.00 Per Person

We have large Group Specials: If you book a wine tour for 8 hours and your group is 20 people or more you’ll receive the 9th hour FREE saving you hundreds of dollars

Additionally: In honor of our active Millitary, Police and Firemen, If your group is 16 or more and your booking an 8 hour wine tour, one honored service member goes free, ID is required

Book any Tour on Sunday and receive an additional hour FREE

NOTE: Can not combine and of the above offers.

Book early as the 2015 wine touring season is coming to a close soon.

Call (516) 374-2545 to reserve your private Long Island limo wine tour today.

No reservations will be accepted for Christmas day or New Year’s Day.

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Long Island wine touring, Think Pink Limos, Think Yellow Limos , Think White Limos

September 8, 2014

Five Towns Limousines’ Fall season wine tours in the North Fork of Long Island’s wine country is in full swing.  Take your loved one or just your friends and relax in the beautiful surroundings of Long Island’s vineyards.  You get our limousine for 8 hours, visit 3 vineyards, enjoy a gourmet box lunch. Our pricing starts at $75.00 per person. Visit for our complete wine tour description and pricing . Best of all you choose your limousine for the day, (depending on your group size). Choose from Pink, Yellow, or white limousines.

Bookings are going fast so book  early to insure your place on the vineyards. Call us at 516-374-2545 Ipad pictures 621

Know Your Wine Glasses For Your Upcoming Long Island Wine Tours

May 8, 2012

If you’re planning on taking one or several long island wine tours this spring and you’re not exactly a wine expert yet, it may help you to know the different types of glasses wine can come in, and their specific functions. Impress your family, friends, and fellow tour members with your extensive wine glass knowledge!

Wine Glass Material
The best wine glasses are made from either crystal or very thin and preferably blown glass, and must be clear enough to appreciate the color of the wine. The reason behind this is that anything too thick is thought to distort the fine taste; a delicate glass for a delicate flavor. Also thick glass creates a rather thick lip on the rim of the glass, making it harder to properly sip the wine.

Red Wine
The red wine glass has several distinctive features: A very round shape and wide opening to allow the wine to be properly aired out, as well as leaving room for the taster’s nose to fully appreciate the bouquet.

White Wine
The white wine glass is more “U” shaped, as well as taller and more upright. This allows the aromas to be released while maintaining the wine’s cooler temperature. White wine glasses should usually always come with a stem, since you don’t want your hand to come
in contact with the bowl; your body temperature will heat it up.

Sparkling Wine
Sparkling wine glasses are often called “flutes” because of their elongated and upright shape. This allows the carbonation to be retained and the flavor to be captured for the taster’s enjoyment. These glasses are used for champagne as well.

Dessert Wine
To serve dessert wine, the glass is usually smaller in order to allow the wine to flow to the back of the mouth to avoid being overwhelmed with the sweetness. Dessert wines also typically have much higher alcohol content, so serving in a smaller glass is usually a good idea.