Augusta was the first federally designated viticulture area in the United States. The area around Augusta, including the villages of Defiance, Dutzow and Marthasville, encompasses several bed and breakfast inns, boutique shops, a microbrewery and excellent wineries where guests can savor award winning Missouri wines while enjoying a picnic lunch, live music and great views.
Blumenhof is German for Court of Flowers, named after the Blumenberg's ancestral farm in Germany. Blumenhof specializes in making award-winning wine from locally-grown grapes - grown within 60 miles of the winery. Enjoy estate bottled wines made by the Blumenberg family since 1986.
Situated atop Osage Ridge, 400 feet above the Missouri River bottoms. Breathtaking views; a tasting room; gift shop; free Wi-Fi; an expansive outdoor deck under the trees.
Founded in 1859, Mount Pleasant Winery is within the Augusta Appellation, the first federally designated viniculture district in the United States.
The tasting room offers samples and sales. Award-winning estate-bottled wines and ports are aged in the original limestone cellars.
Enjoy a bottle of wine while relaxing under the trees on our large, terraced patios.
The Augusta Brewing Company & Beer Garden is located on the KATY Trail in Augusta. With Augusta's strong German heritage, there has always been a love of great beers. Try one in this unique setting.
This circa 1865 house is located one block from the Katy Trail, amidst Augusta's acclaimed wineries. Apple Gate offers three guest suites, each with private bath and private entrance; one has a kitchenette. A full, hot breakfast is served.