NEW HAVEN, MO —Great wine and reggae music will combine for Röbller Vineyard's 26th annual Reggae Sunsplash event on Saturday, August 17 and Sunday, August 18 from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. in New Haven, Missouri, located in the heart of Missouri wine country, near Hermann. The Jamaican-themed weekend will feature live reggae music, home-style Jamaican food and Röbller's estate wines. Last year, approximately 800 visitors attended Röbller's Reggae Sunsplash.
The 2019 event will feature popular St. Louis bands Crucial Rootz (Saturday) and NonStop Reggae (Sunday) and Nezzie's authentic Jamaican food, such as jerk and ccurried chicken.
The Röbller Tasting Room will open at 10 a.m. Saturday with more than 10 wines open and ready to try. Guests can taste wines such as the St. Vincent Rosé, one of Röbller's classic summer wines, or their newest creation, the 1818 Franklin County Reserve. On Sunday, the winery opens at noon. Reggae Sunsplash begins at 1 p.m. both days.
Röbller's Reggae Sunsplash is family friendly and open to all ages. The entry fee is $5 per person for guests over age 21 (cash only). A covered pavilion and deck with patio seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis, and guests are encouraged to bring pop-up tents, picnic gear and lawn chairs to spread out across Röbller's hillside and enjoy the music and views of the vineyard.
A family owned, estate-style winery, inspired by European wine making traditions, with approximately 18 acres under vine, Röbller Vineyard is located at 275 Röbller Vineyard Road, New Haven, Missouri, off Highway 100 between Washington and Hermann. For more information, call 573-237-3986 or visit www.robllerwines.com.