Wed. Dec 1st, 2021

Divine Llama Vineyards offers a unique experience to people of all ages. Adults can drink wine and bring along their children to enjoy the animals all together. (Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

Located in Yadkin, NC, Divine Llama Vineyards is the largest llama farm in the Southeast. The farm covers 91 acres full of vineyards and llamas. When visiting Divine Llama Vineyards, there is a wine tasting room next to some vineyards, followed by a rock path leading to the llamas and other vineyards. 

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

The tasting room provides covered seating with beautiful views of the vineyards. There is a patio with rocking chairs and tables right behind the purchasing bar; t-shirts and stuffed animals are available in addition to the wine. Families can gather on the patio or on tables under gazebos. Many bring their own food and a blanket and have a picnic in the sun by the vineyards.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

Divine Llama Vineyards is open from 12-6 pm Thursday-Saturday and 1-6 pm on Sunday. Each day, a different food truck caters lunch at the farm. Que Viva Latin Street Grill centers in arepas and other Latin dishes.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

Right next to the food and drink area is a rock path leading to the llama section of the farm. The metal llama sculpture marks the entrance–a popular place for photo ops. 

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

Along the rocky path is an extended vineyard area, another great spot for picture taking. Visitors can walk down the rows and admire the greenery and growing grapes. The walk to the llamas is about ½ a mile.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

At the end of the path, there is a farmhouse with a llama weathervane atop. This house is the centerpiece of the area–there are pastures connected to it and every llama area wraps around it.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

There are many different sections of the farm. Visitors stand outside of the fence to watch the llamas eat, sleep, and move around. If you are lucky, the llamas will come up to the edge and allow you to feed them grass and pet their fur.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

There is also an area where the llamas raise their babies. Next to this is a grassy area with small ponies and a donkey.

(Photo Courtesy of Lyric Chassin)

During the entirety of observing the llamas, there is a gorgeous backdrop of trees and Pilot Mountain. Divine Llama Vineyards offers a unique experience of wine tasting and llama observation, sealed together with the never ending outstanding views. For more information on Divine Llama Vineyards, go to https://www.divinellamavineyards.com/ and follow them on Instagram @divinellamavineyards.

By Lyric Chassin, senior editor

Hi! My name is Lyric and I am a senior editor and the website editor for The Mycenaean. I am also Vice President of Quill and Scroll Society, Makeup Crew Head, and a member of National English Honor Society.

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