From lush river valleys and towering bluffs to rolling hills and sprawling vineyards, Missouri wineries offer breathtaking views. They’re the perfect place to let your worries slip away while you sip award-winning wine. Here are just a few of the spectacular sights you’ll find at wineries across the Show-Me State.
Les Bourgeois Vineyards – Rocheport
Perched on a bluff top overlooking the Missouri River, Les Bourgeois Vineyards’ Bistro and A-Frame patio provide a beautiful spot to watch the water roll by. It’s hard to beat a sunset over the river with a glass of wine in your hand.
OakGlenn Winery – Hermann
Set atop a hill, OakGlenn Winery offers panoramic views of its vineyards with the Missouri River in the distance. The setting combined with live music on the patio is a recipe for a great day in Missouri wine country.
Bushwhacker Bend Winery – Glasgow
When we say this winery is on the river, we mean right on the river. If you want a close-up view of the Missouri River, Bushwhacker Bend Winery is where you’ll find it. The patio is the perfect place to take it all in.
Montelle Winery – Augusta, MO
Missouri River Valley views will take your breath away, and Montelle Winery’s three-tier deck is a great place to see it in all its glory. On a clear day you can see for 75 miles. The view is outstanding when the trees are full and green but is beyond compare when bathed in fall color.
Shawnee Bluff Winery – Lake Ozark
The Lake of the Ozarks is always a fun place to visit, and Shawnee Bluff Winery offers a fantastic view of the water. Soak in the sun while sipping local wine on a trip to the lake.
Chaumette Vineyards – Ste. Genevieve
Enjoying wine and a delicious meal or snack on the patio at Chaumette Vineyards’ Grapevine Grill – with views of the vineyards and rolling hills – will transport you to a time and a place so serene you’ll swear you’re much farther away than an hour outside of St. Louis.
La Bella Vineyards & Winery – Wellington
Less than an hour drive from Kansas City, La Bella Vineyards & Winery has a view perfectly described by its name. “La Bella” translates from Italian as “the beautiful.” A quiet lake and row upon row of grapevines will help you leave the hustle and bustle behind.
With more than 130 vineyards throughout the Show-Me State, you’re sure to discover a view worth admiring.