Bias Vineyards & Winery

(573) 834-5475 3166 Highway B
Berger, MO 63014
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Bias Vineyards and Winery is a small family-owned winery with a limited production. Our wines are produced from our own vineyards, located 600 ft. from the winery. This allows us to harvest and promptly crush the grapes the moment they reach their peak of ripeness. The pressing, fermentation, aging and bottling are all performed at the winery on the estate as well. – Description from AlexJelena

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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...

  • Albariño

    History of the grape: Legend has it that Cluny monks from Burgundy brought the parentage of the grape, either Rieslin...

  • Concord

    Concord started out as a chance hybrid between vitis vinifera and vitis labrusca. It was first introduced in 1843 by ...

  • Burger Grape

  • Vignoles

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

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  • Napa Valley grape growers and winemakers wore out their worry beads in 2011. Rain came early, often and didn’t want to go away. It was a cool year as well, forcing winemakers to spend even more time walking the vineyards than usual. Napa Valley is accustomed to dry, warm, sunny growing seasons. It’s Cabernet Sauvignon wines are widely known for ... Read More

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  • Hoping that some of you might be able to help me out. I'm going down to AZ for vacation next week. I'm really only broadly planning which areas to go to now, and I really want to nail down some plans so I can have some idea of what we're doing! I know that there is some wine tourism in Arizona. Do you guys know anything about the wines or wineri... Read More

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  • My wife and I are starting negotiations on a road trip from Ks to Oregon. Negotiations because she's not a wine drinker ): and I have a second love...Pinot Noir! I want to take the convertible F-Type, she wants to fly. I'm sure we will get those details worked out.Suggestions on route through the state, what are must stopping points, how long sh... Read More

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  • Next week Argovino, a new reference for Argentine wines, is launching officially in New York.We already have about 200 wines reviewed on argovino.com - please stop by or follow us on Twitter at @TryArgovino.This week the Huffington Post published our manifesto on tasting, which explains why we don't taste wines blind: http://www.huffingtonpost.c... Read More

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  • Wanting to refresh my memory on certain French vintages in the Rhône Valley I came across (as I often do) the Robert Parker Vintage Chart.  Parker includes vintages from 1970 through 2010 on his website and scores them on the usual 100 point scale.  He claims that scores of 70-79 are "average" while those of 80-89 are "above average to excellent... Read More

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  • I have just recently encountered the expression "black glass tasting."  It sounds like in a black glass tasting, the participants are using black glasses so that they cannot discern the color of the wine.  I went to Wikipedia and saw this sentence regarding the rationale behind black glass tasting, "A taster's judgment can be prejudiced by knowi... Read More

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  • Albariño de Fefiñanes Blanc 2009

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