Stray from the Ordinary
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Crafting a getaway around wine tasting can be fun, whether you are traveling with your sweetie or a group of friends. Choose an area that has several wineries within fifty miles or so, and start planning your itinerary. Most wineries are open to visitation year round, with tasting rooms to help you select your favorite bottles, and shops where you can purchase them.
There are many ways to organize a wine tasting trip, and all should involve Nebraska B&B’s and Unique Lodgings, where you will be housed in comfort and well fed. You can all pile into a car, pick a designated driver, and visit as many wineries as you can fit into one day. Or you can travel by bicycle, visiting fewer wineries but really earning that glass of wine.
Eastern Nebraska is home to most of the state’s wineries, although they are to be found throughout the state. There are about seven wineries in and around Lincoln, and almost ten along the Missouri River. Use one Nebraska Lodge as your home base and take several days to visit all the wineries in that area. Then head west, stay at several Nebraska Bed and Breakfasts or Unique Lodgings over the course of a few days, and visit every winery in the state.
Nebraska has a budding wine industry that is worth noticing. In the early 1900s, approximately 5,000 acres of Nebraska land was devoted to growing grapes for wine. A combination of poor weather conditions and the Prohibition caused the industry to shrink drastically in the first half of that century, but it is making a well-deserved comeback today.
Of course, most Nebraska wineries are too small and too new to distribute their wine widely. In order to discover these wines, you need to go to them. If you live in Nebraska, you can proudly serve locally grown wine at your dinner parties. If you live out-of-state, you are will astonish your friends by serving them award-winning Nebraska wine. Let the wine tasting begin!
If you are looking for something different for your next vacation, we hope you’ll consider exploring Nebraska’s Wineries.
Featured Winery Lodgings
Wunder Roost Bed & Breakfast
Phone: 402-430-9130 or 402-430-9969
Roca (Lincoln), Nebraska
Our century-old country square is 18 minutes from downtown Lincoln’s Haymarket, State Capitol, and University of Nebraska. Seasonal market and gardens and a winery next door.
Whispering Pines B&B
Nebraska City (Omaha), Nebraska
Relax. Retreat. Renew. From romance to rustic, choose from five bedrooms with private baths! The 1878 home and 6 acres is beautiful in every season! Create your memories and celebrate an anniversary, birthday or girlfriends getaway! Hot tub outdoors, play parlor games or get cozy in your room.
Prairie Creek Inn
Walton (Lincoln), Nebraska
“Making memories that matter in country-quiet comfort.” Just 5 minutes East of Lincoln…spectacular experience, indoors and out! Reunions, weddings, anniversary/birthday parties, or getaway!
Bakers Bed and Breakfast
Blair (Omaha), Nebraska
Need an escape from the big city, but don’t want to drive too far? We’re your place! Built in 1900, our B&B has the charm of old with the conveniences of today. Close to Blair’s quaint downtown, with lots of great places to eat & cute shops to enjoy, this is the perfect place to relax and breathe.
Stray from the Ordinary
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Balcony House B&B
Relax in the warmth of old fashioned hospitality away from the hustle of city life. The Balcony House Bed and Breakfast is located in Imperial, Nebraska.
- Home Cooked Breakfast delivered to your room or dining room with guests
- Located near beautiful Enders Lake Recreation Area
Burchell's White Hill Farmhouse Inn
- Quiet Country Charm in the Middle of a Working Farm
- Family Gatherings, Business Meetings, Reunions, Parties, and Weddings