MO Wine and Grape

MO Wine and Grape
There is so much to discover in Missouri wine country. Grab a glass, pour some of that beautiful Missouri vino and learn from the experts at Missouri Wine and Grape. Discover all things Missouri wine related at MissouriWine.org.

Sip and Savor Summer – MO Wine Bucket List

Sitting on a patio soaking in the sunshine and a warm breeze while sipping a glass of award-winning local wine… yeah that sounds like a great way to spend a summer day. Don’t let this Missouri summer slip away without checking these seasonal favorites off your bucket list. Discover a new winery – Missouri is home to 130+ wineries. There’s bound …

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Soak in the Sun on a Missouri Winery Patio

Missouri wineries are home to some of the most relaxing patios with breathtaking views that range from seemingly endless rows of vineyards, to the Missouri river, to miles of hills and valleys. If you’re looking to get away and enjoy the beauty of the Show Me State, a patio in local wine country is the place to be. Here are …

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Discover Missouri Vidal Blanc

June is Vidal Blanc Month in Missouri wine country because there’s no better way to kick off summer than with a crisp, refreshing glass. It’s the perfect white wine for poolside sipping or backyard grilling! Vidal Blanc, served chilled, is wonderful on a warm June day. It smells like a fresh summer garden and tastes like apple and citrus fruits. …

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63 Pet Friendly Missouri Wineries

One of the best things about Missouri wine country is the gorgeous scenery. Most wineries offer beautiful grounds with outdoor seating, and when you’re enjoying sunshine and fresh air, don’t you want your furry friend with you? There are 63 wineries in the state that welcome you to come out and enjoy the outdoors… and bring “man’s best friend” along …

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Memorial Day with Missouri Wines

Memorial Day is meant to be a day of remembrance and appreciation. Friends and family gather together on this long weekend to celebrate our freedom and say thank you to those who’ve made it possible for us to do so. Let’s raise a glass! This fun weekend also signifies the unofficial start of summer. Here are some suggestions for making your …

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Girlfriend Getaways in Missouri Wine Country

It’s hard to deny there’s a special bond between ladies. We laugh with each other, tell each other like it is, and always support each other through thick and thin. Embrace and celebrate these important friendships. Take a break and get away from it all for a little while with your girlfriends. We know the perfect place… Missouri Wine Country! …

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10 Wine Trails for Your Missouri Adventure

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

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Chardonel: Missouri’s Classic White Wine

Chardonel is a hybrid grape with two well-known parents, Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc, but this grape doesn’t hide in the shadows. Missouri’s classic white wine, Chardonel, is the perfect pairing for spring weather, food, and fun. That’s why April has been named Chardonel Month! Pronounced shar-doe-nel, this white grape embodies the best characteristics of both Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc, producing …

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Show Me Wine Country: Augusta

Augusta is a quaint town on Highway 94 just southwest of St. Louis, and as you approach the area you’ll start to notice something you may not be accustomed to seeing along the Missouri countryside, grape vines. Augusta is one of Missouri’s premier winemaking regions and the country’s first official designated wine region. In 1980, Augusta was named an American …

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Missouri Winery Tasting Room Tips

There are more than 130 wineries in Missouri and they are all a little different. That’s the beauty, right? Visiting a winery can be a truly fantastic experience, and one of the best parts is the wine tasting. However, if you’re new to wine or just new to wineries, saddling up to a winery tasting bar can be intimidating. It doesn’t …

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