Tag Archives: Missouri wines

The Missouri Wine Lover’s Bucket List

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There are a few things I believe every Missouri wine lover should experience in his or her lifetime. Get out there and experience all Missouri Wine Country has to offer. 1.    Go on a Missouri Wine Trail Event With more than 125 wineries in Missouri, you may feel a little overwhelmed when you start to plan your excursion. Luckily, there ... Read More »

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Missouri Wines

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1.  Missouri has an official state grape (and it’s a pretty awesome). The Norton grape was named the official state grape of Missouri in 2003. Norton is a Native American grape, and believed to be one of the oldest varieties still commercially grown. Norton is known for making big, bold, dry red wine and is completely unlike any other varietal. ... Read More »