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Wine industry began in Missouri in the 1840s when an influx of German immigrants, inspired by the enthusiastic findings of writer Gottfried Duden, relocated there They eventually founded the town of Hermann, and the state’s first commercial winery, Stone Hill. The success of these wines, most notably The Black Pearl, Hermannsberger, and Starkenberger sold in St. Louis and other large cities, and inspired others to follow. The transcontinental railroads gave a further boost to the wine industry, although it also allowed California wines made from Europeam varietals to prosper. Because European varietals didn’t grow well in the Missouri climate, the most successful wines were produced from French-American hybrids and natives such as Norton. But their popularity kept Missouri the second most popular American wine source leading up to the Prohibition. 
 
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  • Chambourcin

    Little is known about the exact parentage of Chambourcin. It was a hybrid developed by Joannes Seibel in the Loire Va...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Norton

    Norton was first created in the experimental garden of the eccentric Dr. Daniel Norton in 1820s Richmond, VA. His int...

  • Vignoles

    Popular in northeastern and midwest regions of America, this white wine-producing hybrid produces an excellent desser...

  • Seyval Blanc

    Well suited to cool climates, this popular French-American hybrid is the second most planted vine in England, behind ...

  • Chardonel

      Grape: Chardonel Color: White   Main Regions: New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio. ...

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  • Indian Creek Wine

    In 1917, C. L. Lawson built the home at Indian Creek Winery for Charles L. & Pinkie J. Elzea. A ...

  • Sugar Creek Winery

    Never mind that hilly, wooded area in West Kirkwood Missouri known as Sugar Creek, we've found ou...

  • Strussione Vineyard

    After Marty and Mary Jo Strussion purchased the property, they soon decided that it would be the ...

  • Pirtle Winery

    Family-owned and operated since 1978, the Pirtle Winery produces superior quality wines with a gr...

  • Bias Vineyards & Winery

    Bias Vineyards and Winery is a small family-owned winery with a limited production. Our wines are...

  • Claverach Vineyards & Winery

    Claverach Farm and Vineyard is a small family business, newly opened in Eureka, Missouri Area. Th...

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Missouri on Snooth

  • B-I-L was prepping for an estate sale and found this: Does anybody know ... might be from the 1940s.The Missouri state tax stamp is a pretty interesting clue. My knowledge of Madeira is pretty slim.  It appears that Cossart Gordon is a respected maker.  So, I'm going to tap the collective wisdom of the crowd.  Should he drink it or can he sell... Read More

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  • Seeing that list some of the states have big wine industries (California, ... ... Oregon and Virginia) but why Missouri is such friendly place for wine drinkers? Also, from the outside, I see the US as a country that strongly believes in free entreprise, and since the Reagan era has lifted a lot of barriers and regulations. So, why alcoholic b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines not available locally


  • Diego, a few years ago somebody posted a link to a report that discusses your ... ... District of Columbia, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oregon and Virginia were the highest rated states.  All of them:Allow winery-to-consumer shippingAllow retailer-to consumer shippingDo not have government control of wine salesAllow Sunday sales of win... Read More

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  • Had a little going away party for a friend that is moving to Jefferson City, Missouri: Started with a bottle of riesling that got broken and this:I don't know why but I like cheap Vinho Verde and the same for Gruner Veltliner.  Good - but cheap is fine for me.  This was good.Then we did this with food - lottsa Italian food:Left to right - the Ti... Read More

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  • Nice reference link Emark. Hope that helped a bit Alan C? Although you were ... ... d'Yquem. I live in Missouri now, and sweet wines still dominate here, and throughout the Midwest. DMCKER, always a pleasure to read your input on anything. I still have a lot of respect for Broadbent's contributions to the world of wine collecting, and he was ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Historical Wine Question


  • SNOOTHER 2135490, why don't you use a name? We'd be very happy to have ... ... all pretty much from Missouri when it comes to wine. Would almost certainly be interesting to drink some bottles with you in a number of circumstances, even if I might not feel the need to pay a consulting fee for the pleasure. Good luck on that business. Perhaps y... Read More

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  • Hermann Wiemer Magdalena Cabernet Franc 2012

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  • Nicely done!  BTW, Emark isn't the only one with a few wines on hand ... won't hand deliver to Missour Read More

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  • DM, Scarlett is a Cab from McGah Family Vineyards made by our very own Mike ... barrel yesterday. Becklyn Missouri Hopper, Kennefick Ranch, BGIII and Dr. Crane Elysian. Great fruit intensity so far. Still have not gone through ML so it's about the fruit and not the nose at this point. Sneak peek is promisin Read More

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  • Chandler Hill Savage Norton Black Label Reserve

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    AmaZing! Read More

    Wine review by WineSplash


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