Reserve Cellars of Hermann

Experience the most beautiful tasting room in Hermann.

Reserve-Cellars-logoReserve Cellars of Hermann
34 Reserve Cellars Lane
Hermann, MO 65041
573-486-3320

 

 

Premium Wines

White and Red Blends from our Missouri and California vineyards

  • SPARKLING
  • BRUT SEKT: white blend
  • WHITE
  • FUME BLANC: white blend
  • CHARDONNAY RESERVE: white blend
  • ROSE: rose blend
  • WEINBERG JULIUS RUEDIGER RESERVE: white blend (coming soon)
  • GOLDEN DEER: white blend
  • RED
  • SALUTE!: red blend
  • ELEVATION: red blend
  • SYNERGY: red blend
  • ROOTS: red blend (coming soon)
  • FRUIT WINE
  • JOSEPHINE’S ORCHARD PEACH
  • JOSEPHINE’S GARDEN PATCH STRAWBERRY
Features
  • Beautiful outdoor patio
  • Tastings are held in gorgeous setting
  • A/C indoor seating available
  • Quiet and peaceful setting on the historic Hermann Farm + Museum property
  • Tin Mill beer, bottled water, tea and soda available. Wine cocktails available depending on the season.

Tasting Fee – $15 includes 5 samples

Winter Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 12-5 pm (weather permitting)
Weekdays you can find our wines for retail sale at Hermannhof Winery. Additionally, we have a few of the wines available for tasting on the Hermannhof tasting menu offerings.
Wine Trail events: Saturday 10 am-5 pm | Sunday 11 am-5 pm

Closed Holidays: Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day & New Year’s Day


Reserve Cellars of Hermann

The Reserve Cellars tasting room is located in the former press house and cellars of George Husmann “Father of the Missouri Grape Industry” on the historic Hermann Farm in Hermann, MO. Our wines blend the legacy of both our Missouri and California vineyards, creating delicious wines as well as an intriguing story.

Location – Press Haus and Wine Cellar

This two-story press house and wine cellar was built at the same time as the main 1847 house, demonstrating how important wine-making was to Charles Teubner. The press house and cellar were used by George Husmann, the father of viticulture in Missouri and one of the most important figures in the establishment of the American wine industry.

During the Kallmeyer’s time on the farm, farmhands slept upstairs. They would spend their days working the fields, spend their nights sleeping above the wine cellar, and they would be fed hearty meals by Mrs. Kallmeyer.

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$35 per person

Limited number of tickets are available. Advance purchase required.
Ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass.

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