NC Grape Escape Tours Provides Winter Specials from November through February

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NC Grape Escape Tours is running winter specials on its 12 different local wine tours from November through February.

NC Grape Escape is running winter specials from November through February on transportation through wineries.

NC Grape Escape offers 12 different tours, each with a different list of local wineries in central North Carolina. Custom wine tours can also be done. A minimum of eight people is required for each tour, and cost includes travel to and from a meeting point, events, and on-board bottled water and snacks. Lunch and wine tasting fees can also be included in the cost. Typically, each tour involves four or five vineyards, and most leave around 10 a.m. and return around 5:30 p.m. Children are not allowed on the wine tastings. NC Grape Escape will also teach the basics of “wine etiquette,” and inform parties of the events happening at each winery destination.

In addition to wine tours, NC Grape Escape also does wedding and special event shuttles. They also have an hourly rate if a party is in need of a designated driver for the night. Along with their 12- and 15-passenger vans, they’ve also just added a 24-passenger shuttle bus and a limo/party bus to the fleet.

For more information, visit the website at, or call 336-403-7575. On the website, a list of the pre-selected tours is available for some ideas.

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NC Grape Escape Tours provide a wine tasting adventure! The best local wineries can be found in their part of North Carolina, and they offer transportation to their wineries so customers can enjoy wine tastings, winery tours, outdoor concerts and special events.

Enjoy a leisurely day or afternoon visiting North Carolina's local wineries. NC Grape Escape Tours offers 11 pre-selected winery tours or will gladly customize a trip to include wine tastings their customers would like to experience. For more information visit their website at

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