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Spring is in the air and we're all starting to thaw out from the cold winter months. Now is the time to begin searching and bookmarking new experiences that allow you to fully enjoy the warmer weather and soak up the soon-to-be summer sun.

Why not take this opportunity to discover your local BC Wine country and taste some of the best wine that BC has to offer?

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Fun fact: October is actually BC Wine Harvest month — aka, the perfect excuse to check out one (or more!) of BC's nine wine regions. 

Yup, that's right. With more than 280 wineries spread across the landscape, Canada's most beautiful province is also one of the country's most premium wine producers. 

Since there's something unique about every part of BC, it's totally understandable if you need a little help learning about each distinct region and narrowing down your options. That's why this handy guide covers what makes each region unique, complete with places to eat and stay, fun things to do, and — of course — some of the top BC wineries to visit!

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You can save the drama for your llama this fall in North Carolina. Divine Llama Vineyards lets you sip on merlot while you wander a farm full of fluffy friends. This adorable spot near Charlotte is the perfect place for wine and animal lovers to relax and unwind. 

Divine Llama Vineyards is open Thursday through Saturday, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Visit this spot outside the city with your girlfriends for a cute and unique experience. It's totally worth the trip. 

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It’s time to get your sip on. An Alberta winery is offing tastings for only $5 and you'll literally get to try all of their wines. The best part is that their wines are made from flowers so they're unlike anything you’ve ever had before. 

When you think of wine tasting, you may think of B.C. 

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This year has a lot of exciting events in store for us, and because of this, 2020 is already looking more promising than 2019 ever did. One especially exciting thing is the addition of a wine train near Austin, that takes you on a two-hour journey along the South San Gabriel River to one of the most gorgeous wineries in the state. All aboard!

The Austin Steam Train is welcoming passengers aboard this month for a trip across the Texas Hill Country to Wedding Oak Winery in Burnet, Texas.

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