Winding along the Missouri River from Hermann to New Haven, the Hermann Wine Trail includes seven participating wineries. The trail hosts several themed events yearly, each of which includes a seasonal wine and food pairing.
All seven have a tasting room, where you can sample their fine Missouri wines, and an outdoor seating area for picnicking. It is not unusual to have live music at these wineries on summer weekends. In addition to the “Wine Trail” events, each of these establishments has a calendar of special individual events throughout the year.
All seven of these wineries reflect the area’s German heritage and long history of wine making. When you attend a wine trail event, you visit any or all, where each winery presents a special treat, according to the event's theme.
- Adam Puchta Winery, America’s oldest continually owned and operated family farm winery; the Puchta family has produced wines since 1855.
- Stone Hill Winery offers tours of the cavernous, arched, underground cellars. The facilities include three tasting rooms, a spacious gift shop, and a restaurant.
- Hermannhof Winery boasts 10 stone cellars and brick superstructures that are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Hermannhof is a two-time winner of the Brown-Foreman Trophy for “Best New World White Wine.”
- Dierberg–Star Lane–Three Saints is comprised of three vineyards, utilizing grapes grown in California.
- OakGlenn Winery sits on a high bluff, with magnificent views of the Missouri River.
- Bias Winery covers two bases, with the inclusion of their Gruhlke's Microbrewery.
- Robller Vineyard Winery has a terraced garden where you can picnic, fly a kite and enjoy their award-winning wines.
For a complete list of Missouri's wineries and wine trails, visit the Missouri Wine & Grape Board website.