Welcome to the Heart of Central Nebraska Wine Country! This is area is rich in history, agriculture, arts and culture, and recreation. We truly get to live the "Good Life" each day and hope that you can enjoy some of it as well during your stay with us.
Ready to Relax? Our 14 acre estate vineyards are here for you to relax. Enjoy a stroll on our sustainability trail that meanders through the property and tells the story of the sustainable practices we use throughout our vineyards, production facilities for beer and wine, as well as our cottages. We have the beautiful Spring Creek that creates the northern boundary of the vineyard property. We have 10 natural gas fire pits and a creekside stage. We host live music throughout the summer on the stage. Grab a glass, can or bottle of your favorite beverage and enjoy an afternoon of sitting by the creek at your cottage and reading a great book, watching the water slowly flow to new adventures, or just sit back and catch up on the sleep you have been meaning to find.
Adventure Awaits: If adventure is the name of your game hold on! We are located approximately 15 miles north of the incredible Johnson Lake State Recreation area. The location is one of Nebraska's premier recreation locations. You can rent bicycles, kayaks, paddle boards, e-scooters, boats, and much more to enjoy the day on the water! During the peak season enjoy axe throwing, and many great dining options at the lake.
History Is Everywhere: If you prefer to learn the history and culture of what makes our home an incredible place to live we have many options for you! In Lexington we have the incredible Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles. One of the largest collections of military vehicles in the United States, you can peruse vehicles from WWI through our modern military. Also, in Lexington the Dawson County Museum tells the story of how our little piece of heaven was settled and founded. In Cozad, Nebraska (15 miles west), enjoy the beautiful Robert Henri art museum. This museum not only holds priceless art created by Mr. Henri, a native son, but also Nebraska artists who rotate through the museum throughout there season. In Gothenburg, NE (30mi. west), see the original Pony Express Station that served this area. The station is open to visitors throughout the summer season.
You Can Shop Till You Drop:
Cozad Shops (15mi. west):