Peach Creek Vineyards in College Station lets you have a glass of your favorite red wine with alpacas, taking wine obsession to the next level.
We all love to enjoy a nice glass of wine on the weekends or holidays. You know that one glass that helps us relax and takes all our week-long struggles away!
Get ready to have a furry companion when you drink because the Peach Creek Vineyards in College Station, Texas, is giving you an experience of a lifetime— to have a glass of wine with alpacas.
There’s something soothing about hanging out with alpacas. Perhaps it’s their thick, shaggy wool, fluttery eyelashes, and intriguing, pebble-like teeth.
Peach Creek Vineyards is known for hosting ‘Alpacas & Wine, What a Great Time!’ events by releasing the cutest furry companions around the vineyard, hoping to get a snack from drunk people walking around trying to pet them. What a great time to be alive!
The vineyard is known all around the Lonestar State for its quality wine, which is made from only Texas fruit.
Since Peach Creek Vineyards opened in 2011, it has continued to win several global awards for its delicious homemade wine.
According to their itinerary website, you’ll be able to enjoy the vineyards delicious wines, while hanging out with the alpacas.
The furry animals come from Bluebonnet Hills Alpaca Ranch, and they wander around the Texas Hill Country waiting for you to pet them and take perfect Instagram photos.
So, ensure you bring your phone with you, because who can prove they have drank wine with an alpaca?
During the event, you’ll also be able to buy products made from alpaca fiber and talk with farmers as to how they raise these cuties, and why they surprisingly choose to become alpaca ranchers.
Tickets to the event range from $1 to $20, depending on if you want a glass of wine or to buy a bottle. You’ll have a choice between red and white wine, whether sweet or dry.
For non-alcohol people out there, no worries! There’s also a “no wine” option for those of you who just want to enjoy a lovely afternoon with friends or family.
There are some places out there that offer goat yoga, but who wants to exercise when you’re surrounded by cute goats? How about enjoying a glass of wine and hang out with a bunch of cute alpacas instead.
I don’t know about you, but this sounds like a perfect deal for me.