What is the Hermann Wine Trail?
What events does the Hermann Wine Trail host?
Wild Bacon Wine Trail – First full weekend of May
Berries & BarBQ Wine Trail – Last full weekend of July
Holiday Fare Wine Trail – Third weekend of November
Say Cheese Wine Trail – Second weekend of December
What is included in the $30 event ticket price?
Is transportation provided with a wine trail event ticket?
What are the hours for the wine trail events?
Sunday 11 am – 5pm
Are event tickets available the day of the event?
Do wineries provide special foods for people with food allergies?
Does the event ticket include general wine tasting at the wineries?
Can the ticket be used over two days or do you have to visit all wineries in one day?
It is raining, will you refund my ticket?
Do you sell gift certificates for wine trail tickets?
Does the wine trail organize bachelorette parties?
What else is there to do in Hermann?
Do wineries have lodging accommodations?
Are picnic baskets allowed on winery grounds?
Each winery has their own policy for allowing outside food to be brought on their property:
Adam Puchta Winery – Yes
Bias Winery – Yes
Dierberg Star Lane Tasting Room – Yes, you can bring in food to the patio but not inside the buildings.
Hermannhof Winery – Yes, you can bring in food to the patio but not inside the buildings.
OakGlenn Winery – Yes
Robller Winery – Yes
Stone Hill Winery – Yes, on our property outside we welcome small picnics. All coolers, bags, and picnic baskets need to be kept OUTSIDE and will be checked by security (no outside alcohol is permitted) at the time of your arrival. We do not allow non-Stone Hill Winery food items inside the winery gift shop.