Midwest Living Review
Visiting this vineyard and tasting room on a concert night is like being invited to a wonderful grownup party. Small and large groups gather around the terraces, sipping Nebraska wines, dining on gourmet wood-fired pizzas and listening to live music under the big country sky. It's impossible not to relax. As you look out on the grapevines, the farm valley and the lovely landscaped pond, it's easy to start dreaming about living in the country. And with the introduction of glamour camping—or glamping—you can try it out for a night. Four fully furnished, room-size tents offer vineyard views just a short stroll from the tasting room. Inside the tents, you'll find the types of comfy beds, dressers and amenities you would see at a country B&B. Staying overnight is a wonderful way to extend the fun and save yourself the nighttime drive back to Omaha or Lincoln, which are both less than an hour away. You'll wake up to nature's sights and sounds—there are ducks, deer, turkeys and eagles—and enjoy a three-course breakfast in the tasting room. Returning to city life won't be easy. Expect to spend a little upwards of $100 for combined glamping, alcohol and meals.