10 Must-Visit Missouri Winery Patios

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The view in Missouri wine country is hard to beat, and the relaxing environment welcomes guests to unwind and let the stress be carried away on the breeze. Check out these must-visit patios and outdoor spaces at Missouri wineries!

Les Bourgeois Vineyards in Rocheport is situated on a bluff top and offers abundant outdoor seating, some covered, overlooking the Missouri river. Pop over to the A Frame for a glass of award-winning wine, a Captain’s Cooler and delicious snacks. You can also bring a picnic and their pavilions are available for rent for special celebrations.

Chaumette Vineyards in Ste. Genevieve is surrounded by breathtaking views of the countryside. It feels as if you’ve been transported despite only being a short drive from the St. Louis metro area. The wraparound porch at the Grapevine Grill and tasting room are a serene place to relax and enjoy the vineyard views.

Twin Oaks Vineyard and Winery in Farmington is always a fun and lively time. They regularly host exciting events in their indoor/outdoor space that feels like being outdoors while being protected from the elements when need be.

RiverRidge Winery in Commerce offers a garden oasis to guests. With your choice of several patios and a gorgeous view nestled in the hills above the Mississippi River, you’re sure to find comfort at this Missouri winery.

Montelle Winery sits high above the Missouri River Valley in Augusta and has a breathtaking view for miles and miles. This triple-decker patio is a must see. Enjoy delicious award-winning wine paired with tasty food from their Klondike Café. Attend one of their Sunset Dinners for a truly spectacular experience in wine country.

Seven Springs Winery in Linn Creek near the Lake of the Ozarks is a hillside beauty worth seeing. Terraced patios, vineyard views, delicious food and so much more can be found at this Missouri winery. Attend one of their unique events or create your own celebration among the vines.

Little Hills Winery in St. Charles offers a historic view while you sip on local wine. The property dates back to 1805 and welcomes guests to soak in the heritage on its beautiful garden terraces. Their restaurant is a must-visit in the St. Charles area.

Arcadian Moon Winery and Brewery in Higginsville is right off Interstate 70, but you’d never know it while sitting on their patio overlooking a serene pond. It’s a great stop along the way when you’re headed to or from the Kansas City area.

Van Till Family Farm Winery in Rayville offers a beautiful wine garden where guests are surrounded by the wonderful sites and smells of too many flowers and plants to name. The smell of the wood fired pizza is pretty great too!

Lambs and Vines Winery in Seymour is a country oasis where you can truly escape the hustle and bustle. The views are miles and miles of serene Missouri countryside. Enjoy a picnic on the patio overlooking the vineyards and maybe you’ll event get a glance at their woolly helpers who help keep the grass under control.

Plan your visit to Missouri wine country today and visit the wonderful patios!

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