Missouri April 23, 2018
10 Small Town Wineries In Missouri You’ll Want To Explore
Did you know that America’s first vitacultural area was actually established in Missouri? Missourians have been producing fantastic wines since German immigrants first settled along the Missouri River in the early 1800’s. Today there are many thriving winery and vineyards across the Show Me State. With so many great wineries it’s hard to visit them all but we’ve complied a list of great small town wineries that you’ll want to explore this year!
1. The Barrens Winery - Perryville
The Barrens Winery is on a large estate in Perryville, located about an hour south of St. Louis. You'll find Barrens is the perfect place to unwind. In addition to fantastic wine, you can also have a great meal here. Find Barrens at 2815 N Highway 51, Perryville.
2. Seven Springs Winery - Linn Creek
Seven Springs is a simply stunning winery tucked into the hills near Lake of the Ozarks. You can enjoy a delicious meal on the patio and a glass of wine too! It's the perfect place to visit when planning a relaxing lake weekend. Seven Springs Winery can be found at 846 Winery Hills Est.,
3. Belmont Vineyards and Winery - Leasburg
Belmont Vineyards is located just off Interstate 44 in the rolling hills of the Ozarks. Enjoy a glass of wine in their large outdoor seating area. If you're out visiting Meramec Caverns or Onondaga Cave plan to stop at Belmont Vineyards after. Visit this beautiful winery at 5870 Old 66,
4. Hummingbird Vineyard & Winery - Mexico
This lovely litte winery outside of Mexico (Missouri, of course), makes some of the best wine slushies around! They grow their grapes on site ansdall of their wines are made only with Missouri grapes. Visit the winery at 16586 Audrain Road 953, Mexico.
5. Bushwhacker Bend Winery - Glasgow
Located in the heart of Glasgow, this small town winery has some of the best river views around. Enjoy a Missouri Norton while watching barges travel down the Missouri River. Find this small town winery at 515 1st St., Glasgow.
6. Van Till Family Farm Winery - Rayville
Your going to absolutely love relaxing in this tranquil greenhouse winery. They also make delicious wood fired pizzas on-site. It's so beautiful here you may find yourself having a hard time saying goodbye. Find the Van Till Family Farm Winery at 13986 Highway C, Rayville.
7. Windy Wine Company - Osborn
Situated on a lovely Missouri century farm is Windy Wine Company. You'll love their incredibly unique wines. We're sure you've never tried a white chocolate strawberry wine before! Visit Windy Wine Company at 9478 MO-J, Osborn.
8. Twin Oaks Vineyard and Winery - Farmington
Enjoy Missouri made wines at the family owned and run, Twin Oaks Vineyard. Enjoy the views from their tasting room that is surrounded by the vineyards. Bring a picnic basket or enjoy something from their menu. Find them at
6470 Hwy F, Farmington.
9. Black Silo Winery - Trenton
If you find yourself in northwest Missouri, stop and enjoy a class at Black Silo Winery. Located in Trenton, this family run winery just opened again for their 5th season. You'll love their quite vineyards nestled into the Missouri countryside. Find Black Silo at
4030 E 10th St., Trenton.
10. Noboleis Vineyards - Augusta
Located in the first american vitacultural area is the stunning Noboleis Vineyards. Take in the stunning views from atop the hill and enjoy a refreshing glass of Missouri wine. Find Noboleis Vineyards at 100 Hemsath Rd., Augusta.
Have you been to any of these small town wineries? Tell us what your favorite small town winery is in the Show Me State in the comments below.