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Winery Tours

Dormant Vines

Vines Go Dormant in the Winter, Vineyards Don’t…

As the holiday season arrives, and the official start of Winter is just around the corner, you may be thinking that the 200+ wineries in the Carolinas are seasonal and take a break during the cooler months.  The vines certainly do:

Dormant Vines

Sunset at the Vineyard

So You Booked a Winery Tour. Now What?

As Autumn approaches in the Carolinas, a lot of people will go out on winery tours as either self guided excursions or with a transportation service like the Van in Black.  Wineries are beautiful anytime of year but there is something special about them as the Fall blankets the area in beautiful colors.  The weather is also perfect as it isn’t too warm during the day and the evenings have just the right nip in the air.  It is a very nice time to enjoy the 200+ North and South Carolina wineries available to visit!  So once you plan a date or book a tour with a company, now what?  It is going to be the perfect day, etc. but there are 200+ wineries to choose from.  How do you even begin to plan something like that?  Furthermore, what should I expect the day of the event?  We have a few suggestions that, hopefully, will help:

An Autumn Winery

Where is Your Favorite Winery in the Carolinas?

Both North and South Carolina have a number of wineries that are popular spots to visit and tour.  The North Carolina winery scene is a little more established than South Carolina which is evident by the sheer number of wineries already established in North Carolina.  However, more and more South Carolina wineries are popping up and the local wine scene there is rapidly growing.  The good news is that wherever you are in North or South Carolina, there are probably a number of wineries that are reasonably close to you and make a great day trip, they’re easy and inviting to visit for a tour, tasting, lunch, or all of the above.

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