11 Wine Trails to Discover in Missouri Wine Country

Missouri has more than 130 wineries and many of them have grouped together in their areas to form eleven unique wine trails. Pre-planned wine adventures… yes, please!

Augusta Wine Growers Association

The Augusta Wine Growers Association is located in the middle of the first area ever designated as an official American Viticulture Area, (you guessed it!) Augusta, Mo. Taste the wines and you’ll know why it came first!

The Hermann Wine Trail 

This trail is known for thematic events where each winery on the trail features a different Missouri wine and food pairing, such as the Berries and BBQ Trail and Bacon Trail.

Kansas City Wine Trail

The wineries on this trail are all within a short drive (or right in the middle) of Kansas City. Wine country really is closer than you think!

Lake of the Ozarks Wine Trail

The Lake of the Ozarks Wine Trail offers scenic beauty paired with fine wine and gourmet food to make for a memorable experience regardless of the season.

Meramec River Wine Trail

The Meramec River Wine Trail is nestled between the beauty of the Ozark Highlands and the picturesque waterways of the Meramec River.  You can sample the varying styles of wine and learn about the history the area has cultivated.

Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail

The family-owned wineries along this trail invite you to sample the many varieties the region has to offer while you enjoy the beautiful river hills countryside.

Missouri River Wine Trail

Running through the middle of the Show Me State, this trail offers amazing views of the Missouri River and wines as unique as the people who make them.

Northwest Missouri Wine Trail 

The area north of Kansas City has a trail consisting of eight wineries and winds through some charming towns with a lot to offer whether you’re a wine lover or just have a case of wanderlust.

Ozark Mountain Wine Trail

Situated in southwest Missouri, this trail winds through picturesque terrain from Joplin to Seymore. Looking for a break from the hustle and bustle, look no further.

Route du Vin

Located in the Ste. Genevieve area, this trail has a French influence and hosts events like progressive dinners and Jour de la Terre.

WineStein Trail

Located in the northwest part of Missouri, you will enjoy the scenery as you drive between each location along the WineStein Trail.

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