Spring has sprung, and that means that area wineries are--or soon will be--pouring their latest bounty for everyone to enjoy. We touched base with five of the most popular wineries around to see what they have in store for fans of the grape this season.
When you pour a glass of Missouri-made wine, you may think about the aromas, flavors and complexities that emerge from the bottle, but do you consider the person behind that creation?
With temperatures soaring to all-time highs this summer, keeping cool is imperative, and nothing helps keep the heat at bay like a glass of fine Missouri wine.
Bottles of wine from Weingarten Vineyard
Mediterranean breezes, California sunshine— what’s not to like for a vinifera grape growing in one of these spectacular regions? But what about Missouri and its humidity, fluctuating winter temperatures, hot summers, late frosts and hail?
When German immigrants arrived in Missouri in 1837 and settled on the banks of the Missouri River in a small village they named Hermann, they had no idea they were planting the seeds for an enduring wine tradition.
The Weingarten Vineyard