The Hermann Wine Trail is getting ready for the Holiday Fare Wine Trail Nov. 19 & 20, an annual celebration of good food and good wine, shared with family and friends. Sample holiday foods paired with wines at seven stops on the Hermann Wine Trail. Tickets are $30 per person and must be purchased in advance. Ticket sales end Wed. Nov. 16 at 4 pm. So don’t wait and get your tickets here.

Winery events this month:

Adam Puchta Winery  Adam Puchta Winery Doe Camp

  • Friday, Nov. 4 – Doe Camp, 6-10 pm. 6th annual Doe Camp which is a fundraiser for the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer and the Just Call Me Ray Foundation. Doe Camp is a ladies night out where we feature wine tastings, vendors, massages, raffles and more. The event is open to the public. All funds raised by selling raffle tickets for gift packages. Admission charge of $1 per person
  • Winter Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10 am-5 pm; Sunday 11 am-5 pm  (November – April)
  • Closed Thanksgiving

Bias Winery & Microbrewery   Bias Winery Hayride

  • Saturday, Nov. 5 – Hayride & Chili Dinner – 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. Hayrides around the vineyard and through the woods, your choice of daylight or night ride. $17.50 per person. Not recommended for children.  Advance reservations required.
  • Closed Thanksgiving

Hermannhof Winery – Open for wine tasting and fun!

  • Closed Thanksgiving

OakGlenn Winery 

  • Saturday, Nov. 5 – Live Music, 1-5 pm. Johnny Henry is a St. Louis native who has just released his debut album which features a collection of music that exemplifies Johnny’s personality and introduces Country music fans to his big voice and compelling story. You don’t wanna miss this afternoon of FREE music at OakGlenn Winery!
  • Sunday, Nov. 6 – Live Music, 12-4 pm. Class Act
  • Saturday, Nov. 12 – Live Music, 1-5 pm. Enjoy the afternoon at OakGlenn Winery listening to the soulful sounds of Bryan Foggs. Bryan has been in the St. Louis music scene for many years and sings the classics from Mustang Sally to Let’s Stay Together and more. FREE performance!
  • Sunday, Nov. 13 – Live Music, 12-4 pm. Jessica Tipton is a soulful, solo artist who performs everything from Fleetwood Mac, Keith Urban and Glen Campbell covers to some of her own songs. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of FREE entertainment, great views and award-winning wine.
  • Saturday, Nov. 19 – Live Music, 1-5 pm. Even Steven plays solo acoustic guitar and sings all those classic rock songs you know by heart; from REO Speedwagon to The Beatles to the Steve Miller Band. You’ll love his sense of humor, his corny jokes and his awesome music. You don’t wanna miss this afternoon of FREE music at OakGlenn Winery!
  • Sunday, Nov. 20 – Live Music, 12-4pm. Even Steven plays solo acoustic guitar and sings all those classic rock songs you know by heart; from REO Speedwagon to The Beatles to the Steve Miller Band. You’ll love his sense of humor, his corny jokes and his awesome music. You don’t wanna miss this afternoon of FREE music at OakGlenn Winery!
  • Saturday, Nov. 26 – Live Music 1-5 pm. Enjoy the afternoon at OakGlenn Winery listening to the soulful sounds of Bryan Foggs. Bryan has been in the St. Louis music scene for many years and sings the classics from Mustang Sally to Let’s Stay Together and more. FREE performance!
  • Sunday, Nov. 27 – Live Music 12-4 pm. Born and raised in southern Missouri, Scottie Kemp has music running through his veins. Scottie is a solo artist performing country classics and great classic rock songs. Enjoy this Sunday afternoon of FREE live music at OakGlenn Winery!
  • Closed Thanksgiving

Röbller Vineyard – Open for wine tasting and fun!

  • Closed Thanksgiving

Stone Hill Winery Grapes to Glass Stone Hill Winery

  • Saturday, Nov. 12 – Grapes to Glass, 3-4:30 pm, A special VIP winery tour and tasting, led by a member of Stone Hill’s winemaking staff. Go behind the scenes to visit a Norton vineyard, underground cellars, tank building and press house. Check-in at 2:30. Reservations required; limited space. Purchase tickets online at stonehillwinery.com or by calling 800.909.WINE.
  • Closed Thanksgiving

Hermann Weekend Activities:

  • November 25, Lantern Parade, 6-9 pm. Hermann’s Christmas season officially begins with a Lantern Parade through downtown. In Germany, the traditional Festival of Lanterns celebrates the generosity and compassion of Martin of Tours, a German knight who gave half his coat to a beggar. Christmas carols and refreshments after the parade. All ages welcome.
  • November 26 – The Sounds of Starkenberg. Enjoy the sounds of the season. Concerts at 1:00, 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. feature Barry Bierwirth on the historic Pfeffer organ, the St. Paul UCC handbell choir, vocalists Carrie Tilly and Campbell Hemeyer, cellist Keely Uthlaut and sing-along carols. Soup supper and country store, 2:00 to 6:30 p.m. in Valentine Hall.

Find more Hermann information here.

See you on the trail!

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