About Edge of the World Tours

We love our home and would love to show you why!

Keep It Simple | Keep It Local | Be Honest | Be Kind | Be Professional | Have Fun

Which Wineries & Why


We actually don’t reveal which wineries we visit because their story is part of the tour! But we’re happy to share the criteria we use when choosing the wineries you are sure to love!

It's About the Wine

Over the years, we’ve done our best to harvest feedback on the wines, so we have a really good idea of which wines our visitors have liked. If a winery yields too much negative feedback, it’s simple — we stop visiting that winery.

Size & Quantity Matter

The wineries we visit not only provide legitimate pours (up to a third of a glass), but they pour several wines. Because of the wineries we’ve chosen, you feel like you’ve experienced five or six tastings. Seriously.

Boutique v. Commercial

Like the wineries we visit, we’ve found people enjoy a variety of settings. We do our best to cover all the bases by visiting one big beautiful winery, one boutique winery, and one winery with beautiful sweeping grounds.

Friendly People

We like friendly people, so we visit wineries that employ friendly staff. Wine connoisseurs and newbies alike are treated the same by the knowledgeable and friendly staff at all the wineries. We know them like family, and this we promise you!

Tour Highlight: Sonoma Square


Located across the street from the last of the California Missions to be built, Mission San Francisco Solano, the Sonoma Square is surrounded by an assortment of wonderful boutique shops and restaurants. We spend enough time here for you to grab a quick bite and explore the various shops and food tastings the square has to offer. Step into the Cheese Factory for a sampling of their fine cheeses, or visit El Paseo de Sonoma for a chocolate tasting at Wine Country Chocolates. It’s a great place to spend a little time between wine tastings!

Meet Our Experienced Guides


Marc
Marc Terrier Our fearless leader and guide!

Hi there, I’m Marc and I can’t imagine a line of work that I’m better suited to and would enjoy more than working as a tour guide.

I grew up in San Francisco’s Inner Sunset, on the edge of Haight Ashbury, and am a second generation native San Franciscan.

As someone who’s traveled extensively, I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing the hospitality and kindness of countless fantastic tour guides, so I appreciate how a professional, quality guide can make a traveler’s experience unforgettable.

Anthony
Anthony Firetto Guide

My name is Anthony, pronounced the British way, “Antony.” California has been my home, on and off, for over 17 years. I first came here in the 1970s, and I was blown away by its beauty. That is to say that I do go back to England to top up my accent and see my family every few years.

I have now discovered my vocation in life, the best gig ever, a tour guide in San Francisco. For the past few years, I have taken hundreds of people on these tours. Every one of them excites me still as though it were my first time discovering them. It doesn’t get better than here!

Curt-Davis
Curt Davis Guide

I’ve been lucky to be a working musician with Princess Cruises for most of the last 25 years. Of course, traveling and meeting interesting people are a big part of that job and one of the things I love about it. When I’m not playing music on cruise ships, I live in San Francisco with my beautiful wife and our two cats. I am of course a Giants fan and, I must admit, a Raiders fan!

People often ask “where’s the best place you’ve been?” and my answer… California. Edge of the World tours is a great way to meet and talk to new friends whenever I’m back home.

Nick
Nicholas Hage Guide

Tour guide extraordinaire, musician, artist, future olive oil magnate, world traveler, Northern California native. Nick has been a San Francisco-based tour guide since 2012. Nick is a free spirit who spends his spare time writing and performing music, creating beautiful art, cultivating his olive trees, pruning vineyards in Mendocino, and making the world a better place.

Paul
Paul Terrier Co-owner/online support

Keyboard tinkerer, world traveler, San Francisco native. Paul has lived abroad for much of his adult life and continues to travel the globe as much as he can. Prior to partnering with Marc, Paul spent many years as an internet entrepreneur. In addition to a love of travel, Paul is a bit of an adrenaline junkie who’s currently obsessed with paragliding the friendliest spots on the planet.