Hermann Wine Trail

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The Hermann Wine Trail meanders 20+ miles, between Hermann and New Haven. The Wine Trail holds several wine related events throughout the year, usually pairing wine with food.At each Wine Trail event, visitors may enter a drawing for a one-night stay at a Hermann B&B, and a certificate from each participating winery.There are seven participating member wineries (listed west to east): Adam Puchta Winery, Stone Hill Winery, Hermannhof Winery, Dierberg Star Lane, OakGlenn Winery, Bias Winery, and Robller Vineyards Winery


A. Adam Puchta Winery

Established in 1855, Adam Puchta Winery is the oldest continuously owned and operated family winery in the United States. The Puchta family, now in their 7th generation, continues to produce award-winning wines in a unique, charmingly historic setting.Live music on some weekends.Located beside Frene Creek, on the original family homestead, 2.5 miles west of Hermann, off Route 100.

B. Stone Hill Winery

One of Missouri's most award-winning wineries. On a hill overlooking Hermann, Stone Hill's tranquility is accented by the spectacular scenery.Take a guided tour of the cavernous, arched, underground cellars before settling in for a wine tasting in one of three tasting rooms.


A. OakGlenn Winery

On a high bluff with a panoramic view of the Missouri River valley, the large covered porch and open-air patio provide a perfect spot for rainy and sunny days. Sample wines in the George Husmann Wine Pavilion.

B. Bias Winery and Gruhlke’s Microbrewery

Perched atop the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River bottoms. Enjoy the friendly, relaxing atmosphere. All wines and beers are made on the estate.

C. Robller Vineyard Winery

Robller produces premium quality wines with a focus on French-hybrid varietals and European-style blends; however, they specialize in the Norton grape, a dry red that is Missouri's official state grape. Enjoy the picturesque, terraced grounds; perfect for kite flying. Take a picnic and seating; some tables are available.


A. Hermannhof Vineyards & Winery

Hermannhof Winery has a proud German heritage dating from 1852. Originally opened as a brewery in 1852, the century-old, stone and brick building and wine cellars now serve as the foundation for our winemaking.

The winery is the winner of numerous state and national awards; the first, two-time winner of "Best New World White Wine." Hermannhof Winery produces a fulls selection of wines from sweet to dry. Picnic areas, terrace, wine-related gifts, cheese and locally produced sausages are available.

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