COMING 2016!

 

     

Route 66 Wine Trail
Adventure Guide

Winery Survey


Nothing beats a Route 66 adventure ... especially if it involves wine! Whether you spend a day, a weekend or travel all 2300 miles, you will find the genuine hospitality that makes Route 66 a special place when you visit a winery.

The wineries are as diverse as the landscape and range from boutique cellars up a country road to large wineries offering custom labels for you to impress your friends. Listed for your enjoyment, you will find tasting rooms (for local wineries only), wineries with vineyards, and wineries that blend from local vineyards.

Route66WineTrail.com online guide lists all locations within 20 miles along the full length of The Road, from Illinois to California, with names, addresses, and contact information. Amazingly, there will be 66 listed!

A printed Route 66 Wine Trail Guide will be available with important travel planning information about each location such as GPS coordinates, maps, websites and email addresses, owners, distance and directions from Route 66, description of what you can expect, featured wines, hours of operation, tours, tasting and amenities such as RV parking, wine clubs and newsletters. Links on the companion website contain alerts on changes or conditions just for Guide users. This includes local winery events, Route 66 Wine Festivals, and recommended restaurants, hotels, and bed/breakfasts. If you want to expand your trip to include an entire state, there are links to request wine guides directly from each of the eight states.

Bonus sections in the printed Guide will make you an expert in no time. Well, at least smart enough to fool your friends! You will learn the etiquette of how to taste, what to taste, what glasses to use and why, how wines are named, why vintners blend, how to read a wine bottle, how to use words 'appellation' and 'varietals' in a sentence, a place to keep notes on what you liked and what you purchased, and state shipping restrictions you need to know before you buy!

Order printed guides on the website or by email to guide@Route66WineTrail.com. Wineries, within 20 road miles of Route 66, can report updates online or call Barbara at 918-584-4636.

Route66WineTrail.com is the place to start the most memorable adventure of your lifetime!

AVAILABLE IN SUMMER 2016 and worth the wait. Email to guide@Route66WineTrail.com and we will notify you when both the online and printed Guides are available.

OUT NOW: Route 66 Trip Guide and Logbook with Addresses and GPS coordinates to keep you from getting lost. Check it out at Route66TripGuide.com