In 2004, the couple sold a Grapeline franchise into the Paso Robles area that later became a company branch.
We actually thought we were going to run out of money and go out of business after the first six weeks, said co-founder Kim Kelliher, who began the company in June 2002 with her husband, John.Both excursions are roughly four hours in length and include stops at three fabulous wine venues. .Then growth stopped as the economy took a dive, and the company had to focus on competing in existing locations.Its delicious food, wine and champagne all day long, along with a fun DD so you dont have to worry about a thing, Kelliher said.Click here for more details.Grapeline offers private tours as well as shared group tours.
Of course, a ride on the Grapeline is included.We're pleased to offer 10 off to every guest age 55 on these special lunch tours. .Club Kay members also get special wine-related swag, recognition on tours, and discounts.Call for more information or visit. .But we have some real regulars who come out several times year with friends, and they appreciate the special treatment and discounts.The specialty tour will feature eight Temecula wineries, each of which will be cool gifts for my sister serving a sparkling wine or sangria, along with traditional red or white wine paired with a small-plate entrée.
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Stryder, which was also founded by the Kellihers, began offering Temecula Valley brewery tours with the launch of the Stryder Brew Cruiser last month.
And Grapeline, which now operates tours in five different California wine regions, serves more than 20,000 guests a year.