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Adam Puchta Winery
A tradition of fine winemaking begun in 1855 by Adam Puchta is continued today by his great-great grandson. Missouri’s oldest family farm winery is located along a creek in the beautiful Frene Valley just two miles southwest of Hermann.
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Bias Vineyards & Winery
Bias Vineyards and Winery, a small family-owned winery near Berger, produces wine from vineyards just 600 feet from the winery, which allows harvest and crush to take place when grapes are at their peak. Pressing, fermentation, aging and bottling are all performed at the winery as well.
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Curling Vine Winery
A favorite stop for I-70 travelers, at the Hermann exit, halfway between St. Louis and Columbia. Enjoy sampling wines produced in Hermann wine country, including Hermann’s famous Norton, Vidal and Vignoles. Browse the gift shop featuring Missouri made products such as cheese and sausage.
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G. Husmann Wine Company
George Husmann “Father of the Missouri Grape Industry” immigrated to Hermann in 1838 and planted his first vineyard in 1847 on his father’s farm. After his father died in a dust explosion at the local mill, which is now home to our Tin Mill Restaurant, George left for California to join the Gold Rush. He then returned to Hermann in 1852 to help take care of his sister’s farm and then proceed to build his own winery in Hermann by 1859.
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Hermannhof’s 10 stone cellars and brick superstructure are among the early Hermann buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1978, the Hermannhof Cellars were purchased by the James Dierberg family and renewal began. Today, the winery has a production capacity of 50,000 gallons. Hermannhof is a two-time winner of the Brown-Foreman Trophy for “Best New World White Wine.”
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Reserve Cellars of Hermann
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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Röbller Vineyard is located in the picturesque countryside just east of New Haven, where rich deep soils and gentle slopes provide excellent growing conditions and spectacular views. Families are always welcome—it’s common to find a kite in the sky, one of our dogs on the deck and the winemaker pouring the day’s samples. Pack up the kids and the picnic basket for a day to remember.
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Join Us for an Annual Wine Trail Event!$30 per person
Limited number of tickets are available. Advance purchase required.
Ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass.