Abigail MeadowNovember 4th

Vineyards are sophisticated places, so where else would you find a bunch of Llamas ready to get down and have a few drinky-poos.

OK, so the llamas don't actually drink the wine, that would obviously be incredibly wrong, but in this American winery you can be in the presence of the majestic animals and enjoy a little tipple with your best pals.

Divine Llama Vineyards is a family run vineyard and tasting room nestled in the Yadkin Valley Wine Trail in North Carolina and is home to some award-winning wines.


The vineyard, based in East Bend, NC was established in 2007 by owners Michael and Patricia West, Leslie Messick and Paul Baumbach while their tasting room opened in May 2009.

But if you like to earn your drinks first, you can start with a two-mile hike, walking along side the llamas, making friends as you go along before ending your journey at the tasting facility where you can sample the seven different wines on offer, all inspired by the animals at the farm!

On top of that you'll also receive a commemorative wine glass for your efforts as part of the $50 (£38) experience - pretty decent if you ask me!

But wait, that isn't all.

If it's just the aimals you're bothered about, you can just head to the farm and spend some time feeding and hangin' out with the llamas.

Also on offer at the vineyard is llama yoga, which is oh so perfectly named llamaste.

It seems that animal yoga is super trendy at the moment, so if you don't fancy heading all the way to the big US of A, there is one in London that offers yoga with bunnies, kittens and puppies! Cute!


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