Wintertime is almost here, Quad Cities. While you don't think about sitting outside during the winter months, a Quad Cities area winery recently made a new addition to their patio that has become a popular trend among restaurants and bars with patios. You can now enjoy your favorite glass of TYCOGA wine and pizza in their new heated igloos.

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Patio igloos have become a new popular feature among restaurants and bars that have patios. Instead of leaving the patio vacant during the long winter months, bars and restaurants are installing heated igloos for patrons to rent.

On Thursday, TYCOGA Vineyard & Winery in DeWitt, IA announced they have added igloos to their patio in time for winter. Located at 2585 195th St., just north of DeWitt on Highway 61, TYCOGA has been a family-owned business since 2010 but has been creating its award-winning wines since 2014. TYCOGA makes over 20 different types of wines and serves up fresh, handmade wood-fired pizzas.

You can begin renting the TYCOGA Vineyard & Winery igloos today, Friday, November 12th. The igloos can be reserved during TYCOGA's hours and can hold 2 to 8 people. Reservations for the igloos can be made by calling or texting 563-249-2704.

TYCOGA's patio igloos cost $40 to reserve and can be enjoyed for 2 hours. TYCOGA says that each igloo is sprayed and sanitized between each use for your safety and the safety of other patrons.

Enjoy TYCOGA's award-winning wine and wood-fired pizzas this winter outside in their new patio igloos. Before you venture to TYCOGA Vineyard & Winery in DeWitt and take a look inside and check out their brand new heated patio igloos!

TYCOGA Vineyard & Winery

TYCOGA Vineyard & Winery in DeWitt, IA is allowing you to enjoy their patio during the winter months. Rent one of their heated igloos to enjoy their award-winning wine and wood-fired pizzas with your 7 closest wine friends.

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