Saturdays 10:00am – 6:00pm
All Day Passes Just $29.99
Pick Up Every 10 Minutes
Before You Arrive
To ensure a seat on the shuttle, we recommend booking your shuttle passes online before your arrival. Additionally, if your party consists of six or more, please arrange tasting reservations with the wineries in advance. We suggest booking in route order.
Please Note: The shuttle fee does not include tasting fees. Tasting fees average around $18.00 per location.
When You Arrive
Our wine tour shuttles leave every 10 minutes from the Inn on Barons Creek (308 S. Washington Street, Fredericksburg, TX 78624), giving you plenty of time for your arrival.
When you arrive, you’ll receive a wristband and route card. Your route card will provide information about each venue, from Safari Winery to Six Shooter Cellars, and all stops in-between. Additionally, we’ll provide you the route order so you can pick which of our 17 wineries you want to visit or you can visit them all! Our 10-minute service between wineries continues until 6:00 pm, ensuring you will have plenty of time to visit as many locations as you desire.
Heads Up: Last drop off at Grape Creek Vineyards is at 2:00 pm, and Becker Vineyards at 3:30 pm.
Hop On – Hop Off
290 Wine Shuttle makes it easy to visit any of our winery partners. Once you’re on board our shuttle, you may hop on or hop off at any of the wineries. Visit, shop, and taste as long as you like at each winery, then simply catch the next available shuttle when you’re ready to visit another venue.
As you make purchases throughout the day, we offer every customer the option of leaving their purchases with the shuttle drivers until 3:00 pm – free of charge. Buy as much as you want, and we’ll have those items waiting for you when you arrive back in town.
290 Wine Shuttle wants each customer to enjoy their wine tour experience. To ensure that experience for each person, we follow TABC law. It is a violation of TABC law for our shuttle to drop off any individual deemed intoxicated. Additionally, our winery partners cannot serve individuals considered to be intoxicated.