White Water With A Twist: O.A.R.S. Wine on the River Trips

I’ve river rafted a number of times in California. So I know there’s nothing as exhilarting as the combination of hot sun, cool rushing white water, the pumping of adrenaline, and a little bit of danger.

The O.A.R.S. Wine on the River trips offer a civilized twist on this type of wilderness adventure and are aimed at those who love wine and rafting.

After a day of splashy adventure, you can enjoy gourmet meals and premium wines by some of the best vintners in the West, introduced by regional experts. What sets the wine trip apart is not just river guides, but knowledgeable wine stewards and five-star cooking. With this delicious combo, dinner seems more like a fine restaurant experience than a campsite on a scenic river.

Choose the Tuolumne River, CA: May 9 or August 27, 2006 $485/ $527
O.A.R.S. has teamed up with Calaveras County’s Twisted Oak Winery for two exceptional California Wine on the River trips on the Tuolumne, a world-class Wild and Scenic River, fed by snow-melt, that offers some of California’s greatest white water.

The trip includes:
• Two days of Class III-IV whitewater;
• Camping and gourmet wilderness cuisine paired with Twisted Oak’s finest wines;
• Executive Chef Bob Anderson serves as master chef during the outing; and
• Twisted Oak’s Craig MacDonald along with his wife, fellow wine expert, Kate Boyle MacDonald will personally present the wines.

More info: www.oars.com

Posted by Gil Zeimer on November 14, 2005 in Travel

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