© 2019 by Classic Convertible Wine Tours.TCP # 0020268P

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About us

Since 1989, we have provided the ultimate experience for wine tasting adventures, weddings, special celebrations, corporate group outings, and more. You will enjoy our attention to details and the elegance showing in every aspect of your day, as you take in the panoramic views in the luxurious classic 1947 Packard Clipper convertible limousine!

A brief history...

Who is behind the wheel and the company? Owner and founder Tab Borge, and spouse Paula Borge. Both grew up in Napa, raised their family, and created their company in the community. In 1989, Tab had the vision of a classic car company offering wine tours and wedding transfers. It all started with one hard top limousine that was later customized to a convertible. The fleet quickly grew to its current number: 4 cars capable of accommodating 28 people in total!

 

Tab has personally restored the cars and he maintains them with the talent and the craftsmanship of a true master. But that's not it: graduated from UC Davis in viticulture and with several years of experience in the wine industry, Tab's knowledge of wineries and wine making at large is a perfect match with his passion for classic automobiles... for your experience at its best! You'll be in good hands with Tab showing you around, or one of his trusted drivers.

Meet Daniel...

Lead driver Daniel D. has been part of the company since 2013. Daniel speaks several languages including French, Italian, and Spanish, and shares with Tab his passion for the wine country, traveling at large, and fine classic automobiles!

The Packard car...

The emblematic American marque, began in the late 1890's when James Ward Packard first got the idea of building a better car. The Electric Packard Co. later renamed Packard Motor Car Co. was established in Warren, OH in the early 1900's; the manufacture later moved to Detroit, MI until the last car rolled off their assembly lines in 1956 (and in 1958 off the South Bend, IN plant, under merger marques Studebaker-Packard).