Malibu’s Infamous Boozy Safari Is Transforming Into A ‘Haunted’ Wine Tour This Halloween
Halloween festivities are so much better with wine…
It’s not every day that you can sip on a glass of rosé in a haunted oak grove. If you’ve never been on a Malibu Wine Safari tour, you’ve probably come across a picture on your feed of smiling wine drunk people feeding a giant giraffe named Stanley. Yup — that’s the place!
Beginning on October 4, the usually picture-perfect SoCal experience is talking a walk on the dark side providing vino lovers the opportunity sample wine on the illuminated paths of Saddlerock Ranch for the first time ever. Think holiday light show meets high-end hayride — plus wine!
The new Malibu Lights: Haunted Nights tour will talk you on an illuminated journey through colorful light tunnels, haunted forests, and “otherworldly dimensions” — not without stopping periodically for tastings of course. You may even come across a few ghoulish encounters, some of which may seem scarier than others…
The event is catered to those 21 and over a will run at about 90-minutes long. Tickets start off at $55 a person for six tastings but those who need a little more liquid courage to last throughout the night can snag the deluxe package at $75; the upgrade includes an additional spooky stop and two more wine tastings. Guests even get to take home a commemorative glass to remember the night!
Get your tickets to Malibu Lights: Haunted Nights, here!
Location: 32111 Mulholland Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265. See it on Google maps.
Dates: October 4 — November 3 from Thursdays through Sundays.
Originally published at Secret Los Angeles.