Plan Your Trip
Spend a Day in Hermann Wine Country!
Winding through some of the prettiest scenery in Missouri, the Hermann Wine Trail meanders for some 20 miles along the Missouri River between Hermann and New Haven. Nestled along the trail are seven charming family-owned wineries; Adam Puchta, Bias, Hermannhof, Dierberg Star Lane Tasting Room, OakGlenn, Robller and Stone Hill. Wine Trail vintners sponsor five popular wine-and-food pairing events each year:
Whether you’re a wine expert or a novice, a first-time visitor or a regular, the Hermann Wine Trail offers an exciting wine experience like no other.
To help you get ready for your trip, we’ve put together a few tips.
Planning a Winery or Wine Trail Trip
Before hitting the road, create a plan, including directions. Check out our winery calendar for individual winery events and live music.
Decide When to Visit
Weekends are the busiest time to visit a winery. If you don’t mind mingling with other guests, then the weekend is the time to go. If you’d rather avoid crowds, consider planning a visit during the week. Check the winery hours on our winery pages.
Do Your Homework
Visit our winery pages for valuable information on the history, wines produced, and winery policies. Winery tasting policies (charge for samples or free sampling), is listed in the Features section on each winery page.
Make Stops Along the Way
Be sure to include stops at local restaurants, shops, museums, and other Hermann attractions. This is a great way to get a good taste of the local culture.
What to Do Once You Arrive
Relax, have fun and enjoy the experience!
Be open to trying new varieties and styles. You may just find your new favorite wine!
Don’t be afraid to ask questions – even simple ones. Tasting room staff are knowledgeable and love to share what they know!
Keep in Touch
Sign up for winery mailing lists to find out about new wine releases, wine specials and winery events.
See you on the trail!