Missouri Wine Country

In the surrounding area of Femme Osage Valley, you can find ten different wineries. Take a beautiful cruise down Hwy. 94, a beautiful winding drive in the Missouri Weinstrauss (wine street).

 

Your tour of Missouri Wine Country may start with the Chandler Hill Winery off of Hwy. F, just 10 minutes away.

 

As you travel down Hwy. 94, you will find The Yellow Farmhouse Winery in the town of Defiance then Sugar Creek and Montelle Winery perched atop the bluff, overlooking the Missouri River Valley.

 

As you enter into the town of Augusta, you will find the Augusta Winery and Mount Pleasant Winery.

 

(Don't forget the Augusta Brewery Company if it is beer you are looking for!)

 

As you leave Augusta, down Hwy.94, you will find the Noboleis and Balducci Vineyards.

 

To round out your tour, as you approach the town of Dutzow, will be the Blumenhof Winery.

 

If you still have room for some great food and maybe another glass of wine, you can travel just less than 15 minutes away to the newest, and very popular, Cedar Lake Cellars.

The oldest vineyard area in the United States is in Augusta, MO. Source: History.com