Friday, July 20, 2012

Divine Llamas

While searching for ideas for today's post, I came across this video from a couple years ago.  We visited the Divine Llama Vineyard for a wine tasting.  It was a double treat to visit with the resident llamas.  You can read more about that here in Wine and Llamas.

Here's what they had to say about it.

Llama #1: Just once you'd think they would come see us first. 

Llama #2: Yeah, they beeline to the tasting bar without so much as a glance our way. It's only after they hear about how our llama beans* fertilize the vines that grow the grapes that make the wine that they ignore us for, that we get some appreciation.

Llama #3: My friends, we don't have to stand for such second class treatment. Follow me!

*this is the term the folks at Divine Llama use for llama poop.


  1. Oh, they're so cute! I think that's exactly what they were saying :)

  2. Llama #3 is such a rebel. He's my favourite. :-)

  3. Hello.
    Hahaha! What a fun post! Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.
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  4. They're kind of cute.. in a goofy sort of way.

  5. Llamas are actually really cute animals. :P They're not as annoying as miniature/regular-sized donkeys, either. P: I like the comments/thoughts you came up with for them. :)

  6. Babs- They were really cute and quite comical.

    Nicky- I think he was the prettiest of the bunch!

    Andy David- Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for stopping by.

    Hilary- Aren't they, though! Some of the wines were named after the llamas.

    Liza- They also had miniature horses and even a little donkey (burro?). They were all adorable. Thanks for visiting!

  7. Linda -- I love the sound of the llamas. That was cool. The one who was talking did sound like he was whining a bit, but then a llama at a Vineyard would probably "wine." Oh, I know that was BAD wasn't it?

    1. Missed this one from a long time back. Sorry! cute and he was a bit vocal.


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