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Wine Country Bike Touring - which one for most personal attention

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We are going to visit San Francisco next month, and after Oct 23, we want to enjoy some wineries. We got the idea that doing a bike tour with other people over a number of nights might be a nice alternative to driving around in our car. But when I went online, I saw that though some are highly rated, a lot of times the only negatives were that the people wished the touring company had brought them to smaller wineries where they might have received a little more personal attention. I get the feeling some of these tour outfits along with the wine tasting places are simply going through the motions, and the patrons feel as if they're simply being shunted, or processed through...
Does anyone know of a Wine Bike Tour company that would offer more of what these people wished for?
Thank you

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