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. 

Wine is the perfect fall drink for a day in the vineyard with your besties. Choose from bold reds, refreshing whites, and even fruity rosés that will take the edge off a long week of work.

Coupled with your cutest booties and cozy sweater, and you’ve got yourself a picture-perfect fall date.

When you purchase a $10 tasting, you can visit the nearby llama farm for free. These cozy cuties will make your whole week. The tasting includes seven samples and a Divine Llama Vineyards logo wine glass you can keep. 

You'll be living like Kuzco from The Emperor's New Groove for a day while you roam the green pastures of these cuddly creatures. Remember to always be respectful of all farm life. 

This autumn activity is a great addition to any fall bucket list. You and your BFFs will make some amazing memories at this picture-perfect place, that is, unless you have too much wine!

Wine plus adorable animals add up to the cutest autumn outing in the state. Make sure to get a photo with a furry friend on your trip and start brainstorming a cute caption.

Divine Llama Vineyards

Price: Free admission and llama farm visit when you purchase a $10 tasting

Address: 4126 Divine Llama Ln., East Bend, NC

Why You Need To Go: You can spend a weekend drinking wine and hanging out with fluffy llamas. Enough said. 


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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