Bohemian Highway
Travel Co.
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Who We Are

We believe that, in order to be truly appreciated, a thing must be fully experienced. That new roads bring unexpected pleasures. And that every fruit stand demands a full stop. On our tours you’ll be introduced to the local makers, artisans, farmers, and laborers – the ones who make this region so unique. 

 
 

Our Manifesto

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We believe that, in order to be truly appreciated, a thing must be fully experienced. That new roads bring unexpected pleasures. And that every fruit stand demands a full stop. On our tours you’ll be introduced to the local makers, artisans, farmers, and laborers – the ones who make this region so unique. 

As avid global travelers ourselves, we seek to bring that same sense of adventure and excitement to our own company. When we travel, we learn so much about new destinations when we wander off the main roads and tap into the local perspectives.

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With that in mind, we’ve arrived at two core beliefs. First, that Sonoma and Napa Valley are uncommonly varied, from mountainous vineyards to coastal shores. This area is at the forefront of so much innovation – like farm-to-table cuisine, craft beers, and Biodynamic® wines – that we want to share it with others through curated Wine Country experiences

And second, that this planet needs our tender loving care – now more than ever. It’s around this value that we have built our company to be eco-driven, socially conscious, and a force for good in the world. We regularly donate to organizations that share our sustainability values.

We want our Boho guests to come away with a true and authentic sense of everything that makes this part of the world so special. We’re honored to show you the Wine Country we know and love.


Our Team

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Nigel is originally from New Zealand, where he comes by his love of wine and a farm-fresh lifestyle. He has a serious case of wanderlust, which has taken him extensively around the globe with Allyson and their three young children. Nigel has lived in three different wine regions of the world, but has developed a particular affection for the Sonoma Valley region. He’s currently studying viticulture at University of California, Davis, in addition to making his own Pinot Noir. 

What’s in Nigel’s glass lately: Moon Mountain Cab

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Joe was born and raised in the Midwest; as the son of a farmer, he has an inherent appreciation for farming the land. When he’s not hosting Boho tours, you can usually find Joe working on his own hobby farm, Root Down Orchards, which is home to more than 200 oil-producing olive trees. His agro background influences his taste in wines, particularly the earthy flavors of cooler-climate varietals. He’s also passionate about coaching his three children in soccer and currently serves as president of the Sonoma Valley Youth Soccer Association. 

What’s in Joe’s glass lately: Sonoma Coast Pinots 

 
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Allyson is a native of the area and has spent the better part of the last two decades as a commercial photographer. Her images have appeared globally — from magazine covers to television, billboards to presentations at the United Nations headquarters. She uses her camera as a tool for exploration and a deeper understanding of the world around her. Allyson has a profound love for the Sonoma Valley Community, where she frequently volunteers and raises her three young children. 

What’s in Allyson’s glass lately: a Burgundian-style Chardonnay

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Mariah was born and raised in the mountains of Northern California where she developed a deep love of nature and adventure. She has embarked on numerous solo travel explorations, ultimately moving to Spain where she became captivated by the vibrancy of the culture, the culinary delights and the wine. Most recently, Mariah has immersed herself in the dynamic culinary scene here in Sonoma County; working alongside chefs and within wineries to gain a better understanding of the interplay between food and wine. In her free time, Mariah helps bring exchange students to the area who seek want to learn more about this region, and experience the magic of international travel. 

What’s in Mariah’s glass lately: Moon Mountain Cabernet Franc