Wine Country

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Missouri's climate, with its long, hot summers, good sun exposure, and thin rocky soil, is excellent for growing grapes. The moderate average temperature allows natural cellaring of wine.  The wine industry in Missouri is growing rapidly and has consistently grown for over a decade and in 2012,  more than 100 wineries are open for business.

River Ridge Winery        Indian Hills Winery       Boat House Wine Company       Hemman Winery

Eagle Pass Winery                               Chateau Kinori Vinyard & Winery

 

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River Ridge Winery LogoRiver Ridge Winery and Fermentation Room Café
County Road 321
Commerce, MO
Phone: 573-264-3712 

Website:  www.riverridgewinery.com

Hours of Operation:  Sunday - Saturday 11:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.

 

You will always be greeted by a smiling face at River Ridge Winery.  Plan to spen the afternoon if you can.  Hike a short distance to stroll through the vineyards.  Enjoy a relaxing meal in the dining room, Pavilion, or winery grounds.  Browse the unique gift shop where you will find a great selection of fun gifts, wine accessoryies, and gourmet foods.

 

Live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday, April through October, from 2 - 6 PM.  Admission is free to customers.

 

The Fermentation Room Café offers the perfect complement to River Ridge's fine wines:  great food prepared to order from fresh ingredients.  There is an interesting selelction of menu items including Queso Para Freir, Stuffed Mushrooms, Maple Dijon Spinach Salad, Cajun Crostinis and more. 


Indian Hills Winery
9625 County Road 250
Puxico, MO 63960
Phone:  573-222-3709
Website:
www.indianhillswinery.com
Email: 
info@indianhillswinery.com
Hours of Operation:  Open every weekend

Indian Hills Winery - The best wine in southeast Missouri!
Fridays: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM; Saturday & Sunday 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Special Parties by appointment.

Indian Hills winery is a family operated vineyard and winery owned by Martie and Nicole Sifford. Located just north of Puxico, Indian Hills is the first winery and vineyard to be located within Stoddard County.  The winery is eager to share the fruits of their labor and invite you to bring a picnic basket and come spend a peaceful afternoon enjoying the fresh country air, the spectacular view, and a great bottle of wine. 

 

The winery offers a light menu of appetizers, salads and sandwiches, but picnic baskets are always welcome. There's live music every Saturday starting at 3:00 PM.


Chateau Kinori Vinyard & Winery
Chateau Kinori Wine Bottle360 W. Davis Ave
Puxico, MO 63960
Phone:  573-222-2477
Email:  chateaukinori@semo.net

 

Housed in a 100 year old handle factory.  Located 40 miles northwest of Sikeston.  Gourmet sandwiches, pizzas and more.


Boat House Wine Co.Boat House Wine Company
17253 County Road 252
Bloomfield, MO
Phone: 573-722-3760
Website:
www.boathousewineco.com 
Email: 
boathousewineco@gmail.com

 

The Boat House Wine Company welcomes you to come and join them where culture and country peacefully collide.


Hemman Winery
Hemman vineyard13022 Hwy. C
Brazeau, MO 63737
Phone: 573-824-6040
Website: www.hemmanwinery.com
Email: hemmanb@hughes.net

Hours of operation:  Open Saturdays & Sundays Noon - 6PM; Also open Fridays June - December

 

Hemman Winery is nestled in the quaint town of Brazeau, Missouri. It makes its home in a genuine 150-year-old country store. Come, sit a spell on its front porch. Step inside and experience the quiet pace of days gone by. Stop on by. We’ll treat you like family.

 

 


 

Eagle Pass Winery LogoEagle Pass Winery

2431 County Road
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Phone:  573-778-3575
Website:  www.eaglepasswinery.net
Email: eaglepass52@yahoo.com

Hours of operation:  Open Fridays - Sundays 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Open year-round.
  

Eagle Pass Winery is located at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, just 10 miles north of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, between Poplar Bluff and Lake Wappapello.  The rustic, lodge-style winery is located on 20 pristine acres adjacent to the Mark Twain National Forest.  Patrons can enjoy the 1,400 square foot deck overlooking the vineyard and experience a view of the western sunset while sipping a fine glass of Missouri wine.  There is also a covered, screened deck and plenty of seating for those who prefer to stay out of the sun.  Inside, there is a tasting room and wine bar for patrons to relax and enjoy fine Missouri wines.

 

The winery is the first in the region to be open year-round that will provide quality Missouri wines, Missouri specialty beers and weekly entertainment during peak season.


Eagle Pass Winery has a casual dining menu including Paninis, Cheese, Sausage, and Greek baskets. They also offer breads with a variety of gourmet oils and spreads.