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There's really only one way to get to know a tract of land while simultaneously unearthing your country roots: by touring crops on the back of a Tennessee walking horse. More majestic than an average car and more comfortable than the shoulders of your tallest friend, the trained steeds of Equestrian Wine Tours escort passengers through the red hills of Dundee and right up to the doors of countryside wineries. During each tour, groups weave through rolling vineyards behind one of the company's knowledgeable guides, learning about grapes, growing seasons, and wine lore. But if you're not up for steering your own horse, Equestrian Wine Tours still has you covered: horse-drawn carriage tours cover the same grounds while keeping passengers tucked within a Central Park–style buggy.