This Article is About
stress levels
outer banks
many different types
different things
new friends
new business
business opportunity
Great Way To Learn North Carolina - Tour It By Wineries
Join 1000's of Authors at StreetArticles Today!

Great Way To Learn North Carolina  -  Tour It By Wineries

The best way I found to learn North Carolina is to tour it by wineries. You will find wineries from the Smoky Mountains, to the outer banks and everywhere else in between. They are almost always miles off the beaten path. The range of topography and culture you will experience is mind blowing!!!

Touring North Carolina by wineries is a huge opportunity or "excuse"to travel. If you happen to have just moved to the state and love wine, travelling the state in this particular fashion would not only be great fun but also especially helpful to your adjustment to your new home state. This will allow you to become more familiar and comfortable with both the new environment and the people. This should definitely help lower your stress levels caused by moving to a new unfamiliar place. Don't you think?

You may also find a new favorite wine, which should definitely help lower your stress levels!! They do make some very good wines in North Carolina, this is the fastest growing wine state in the country.

Besides helping to lower your stress levels and as a way to get inebriated, there are other reasons why you should tour North Carolina wineries.

There are over 100 wineries in the state. Touring the state by winery will get you into just about every corner of the state. A great introduction to all the different things the state has to offer. All the attractions and believe me, this is a huge tourist state with thousands of attractions. You're sure to find many places you will want to re-visit once you get settled down in your new life.

You also may find a few opportunities which you never new existed. Learn new information that matches your specific niche in life. And not only through traveling on the roads but also through actually going into the winery and meeting and talking to the people. There are many different types of people inside these establishments, you may meet a new friends, find a new business opportunity, or learn great advice from one of the locals. There are actually endless opportunities that may cross your path once you begin touring.

You don't have to actually go inside each winery, but to get the most out of this journey, make sure the ones you do decide to visit take you on a nice tour of the state.The best way to begin is to find a list of North Carolina wineries. Or a map that has the locations marked out. There are over a 100 different wineries in the state but the good thing is North Carolina is not a huge state so in a single weekend you can probably visit a good number.

Street Talk

No comments present
You May Also Like
Chateau Tebeau Winery - Ohio Wineries
Chateau Tebeau Winery, is one of the great Ohio wineries located in Northwest. Its exact location is in Helena, OH on State Route 635. This winery is family owned and operated and many of their wine variety have either won or placed very high at the Finger Lakes International Wine…
By: Earl Hoffman in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Mar 17, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Leading the Nation Ohio Wineries
California, Oregon, Washington and even Texas are four states that produce a significant amount of wine. If you start talking wine production in the United States one of these states would be mentioned right off the bat. Probably California. But do you know which state has the richest history when…
By: Earl Hoffman in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Mar 15, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Wineries In Northeast Ohio
When speaking of the best Ohio wineries, it's impossible to ignore the wineries in northeast Ohio. Sure, the southwest region of the state in and around the Cincinnati was where the industry first began and flourished and the Central and Southeast near Hocking Hills and the beginnings of Appalachia are…
By: Jimmy Bunns in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Jul 27, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Ohio Wineries Take the Time for Yourself
If you are a Ohio resident you may be surprised to learn how close you live a winery. You may also be surprised how entertaining a visit to one can be. It's estimated that no resident lives further than 45 minutes from a winery. You go about your day taking…
By: Earl Hoffman in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Mar 13, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Growth Of Wineries In North Carolina
In the past decade there has been no other state that has seen such huge strides made in growing their states wine industry as North Carolina. I was recently on the phone with a close friend who moved to Michigan probably close to 9 years ago. He was telling me…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Oct 20, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Visiting Small Ohio Wineries
Ohio wineries come in all shapes and sizes. By shape, I mean some either cater to their entertainment or some their food menu. Or some even cater to the mood, the setting, the ambiance they attempt to portray. I guess this is OK, whatever floats their boat! Each owner will…
By: meat hunter in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   May 19, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Ohio Wineries And Toledo Park Levy
Ever visited one of the northwest Ohio wineries? Ever visited one of the Parks in Toledo, the major city in northwest Ohio? I'm guessing you probably have never visited either. As a northwest Ohioan do you want to know what pisses me off? Yes sure you do because most of…
By: meat hunter in  Politics   Jun 20, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Visit More North Carolina Wineries And Drink
The other day I was looking at some economic data on North Carolina. I saw a few negatives but also one bright positive. One of the most positive state economic trends I saw was the tremendous growth over the past decade in the North Carolina wineries, especially around the Yadkin…
By:  in  Food and Drink  >  Wine Spirits   Feb 14, 2013  
  Likes: 1

Stress Levels Among College Students
Over the years the stress levels among college students has been, according to reports, on the rise. In fact stress in general has been on the rise so this is an understandable phenomenon. Still we need to do all we can to help younger folk calm down and not take…
By: Hannah Levi in  Health and Fitness  >  Mental Health   Sep 03, 2012  
  Likes: 11

Avoid Perfectionism at Christmas And Control Your Stress Levels
Christmas is rapidly approaching. How do you approach your Christmas preparations? Are you the type of person who likes to do everything in the two or three weeks before the big day or are you someone who prefers to be well prepared so you can relax a bit? People like…
By: BIS_Coach in  Self Improvement  >  Stress Management   Dec 05, 2012  
  Likes: 1

Undergraduate Advice: How to Study Effectively
If you want to ensure that you maximise your opportunities at university, one of the most important lessons that you can learn is how to study effectively. As many undergraduates have found to their cost there are many new experiences to embrace at uni which if not careful can take…
By: BIS_Coach in  Reference and Education  >  College University   Aug 17, 2011  
  Likes: 4

A Collision Course With Life
There’s a truck barreling toward your little vehicle on that dark and rainy road. Its headlights are dazzling and the reflection of them bounces back the fear of being on a collision course and somewhat out of control. “Watch out!” your well meaning friends may shout. “Look! It’s a truck.…
By: Heather Bradford in  Self Improvement  >  Positive Attitude   Jun 28, 2012  
  Likes: 9

Tips for Reducing Your Own Stress
Do you ever think about the best ways for reducing your own stress levels? I was thinking about this the other day when I received yet another phone call from a very good friend of mine who has just gone through a break up with her long standing partner. He…
By: BIS_Coach in  Self Improvement  >  Stress Management   Dec 01, 2011  
  Likes: 0

The Easiest Way To Stop Procrastinating
There's an old proverb from my youth that extols, “Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” While humorous, that sort of procrastination rarely works with the reality of modern life. If you're a chronic procrastinator, then you're likely familiar with the stress levels involved when two or…
By: Jon Eborn in  Self Improvement  >  Inspirational   Sep 16, 2013  
  Likes: 0

Tips on Time Management for Dippers
Are you the type of person who likes to have multiple hobbies or projects on the go? I admit I am and if I’m not careful it can lead to me over-stretching myself and then finding that my stress levels are rising because I have lots of half finished projects.…
By: BIS_Coach in  Self Improvement  >  Time Management   Dec 16, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Article Views: 1909    Report this Article