Hermann Wine, Beer & Spirits
Before Prohibition, Hermann produced more than one million gallons of wine a year and was home to the nation’s second largest winery. Today Hermann-area winemakers are once again producing award-winning wines.
1947 Frene Creek Road, Hermann
Adam Puchta Winery,the oldest family farm winery in Missouri, has been continuously owned by the Puchta family since 1855.
From Hermann, go west on Highway 100. Turn left on Frene Creek Road.
3166 Highway B, Berger
1-800-905-2427 or 573-834-2046
A small family-owned winery with a fun, friendy atmosphere. The winery near the town of Berger, a scenic seven-mile drive east of Hermann, also is home to Gruhlke Mocrobrewery.
From Hermann, take Highway 100 east. Turn left on Route B and follow signs to the winery.
3718 Grant School Road, New Haven
Well-known in St. Louis, the Bommarito family began making wine here in 2000. Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills between Hermann and New Haven, the winery is a peaceful, quiet retreat.
From Hermann, take Highway 100 east about eight miles to Route W and Grant School Road.
485 Booneslick Road, New Florence 63363
573-835-2420 | email@example.com
Taste the fun at Missouri’s newest winery.
From the I-70 Hermann exit (#175) turn north on Highway 19, then east on the service road.
338 East First Street, Hermann
Sample wines from three California vineyards with a Hermann connection—Dierberg Estate, Three Saints and Star Lane.
Located next to Hermannhof Winery
Highway K, Big Spring
One of Hermann’s newest wineries, Endless Summer specialized in fruit wines and such unusual offerings as pecan wine.
From Hermann, take Highway 19 north. Turn left on Route K and go about one-half mile to Grosse Lane.
4 Schiller Street (corner of Schiller & Wharf)
573-486-2970 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hermann’s first craft distillery features tastings, exclusive gift shop, restaurant serving in-house smoked meats and a full-service bar focused on quality cocktails, craft brews and local wines with patio seating available.
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday —11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday — 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
330 East First Street, Hermann
Purchased by the Dierberg Family in 1974, Hermannhof Winery produces premium wines. The historic main building and stone cellars are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Located on East First Street, just across the Frene Creek bridge
4455 Kohl City Road, New Haven
21356 Gore Road (Marthasville area)
Lost Creek Vineyard opened in 2011, offering great wines in a pleasant, friendly atmosphere.
From Hermann, go north on 19 and turn right (east) on 94. After about 9 miles, turn right on Gore Road.
The winery will be on your left. Mile marker 93.8 on the Katy Trail.
1623 Old Iron Road, Hermann
573-486-0236 | email@example.com
Located five miles southwest of Hermann, Martin Brothers is a family-owned business specializing in Traditional Mead wine made from honey.
From Hermann take Highway 100 West. Turn left on Old Iron Road (2.5 miles past Village Market and before the John Deere dealership). Continue on Old Iron Road 2.5 miles to the winery.
Founded in 1859 by George Husmann on a ridge overlooking the river, just east of Hermann. Some of Husmann’s original Norton grapes still grow in the vineyards. Live music most summer weekends.
From Hermann, take Highway 100 East. Turn left at OakGlenn Place.
1101B Miller Street, New Haven
573-237-5559 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in downtown New Haven, Pinckney Bend Distillery makes hand-crafted spirits, one small batch at a time. In its first year of production, Pinckney Bend’s gin won gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
From Hermann, take Highway 100 east to New Haven. Turn left on Miller Street and continue north to the riverfront.
275 Röbller Vineyard Road, New Haven
In addition to fine wines, Röbller Winery features many special events, such as the popular Reggae Sunsplash, and often has live music on the weekends.
From Hermann, take Highway 100 east to New Haven. The winery is on the east edge of town, just past the water tower.
1110 Stone Hill Highway, Hermann
Missouri’s oldest and largest winery is perched on a hilltop with commanding views of the town and river valley below. Vintage Restaurant is on the winery grounds.
From the Welcome Center, go south on Market Street. Turn right on Sixth Street, left on Washington, and right on 12th Street, just past the City Park.
First and Gutenberg, Hermann
Located in a landmark 100-year-old tin mill in historic downtown Hermann Missouri, Tin Mill Brewing Company is the only true lager microbrewery in the state of Missouri.
From the Welcome Center, go north on Market Street. At the bridge, turn right on East First Street. Turn right on Gutenberg. The brewery is across the street from the Hofgarten.
2102 Highway 50, Owensville
573-764-4800 | Karen@whitemulebnb.com
The Schlottach family’s White Mule Winery is located on a turn-of-the-century farmstead directly behind the old Charlotte store and post office. Their great grandfather was a blacksmith who served oxen teams that traveled the Old Iron Road Trail between St. James and the Hermann wharf. The white mules that once worked the farm had a favored pasture along a sharp curve on Highway 50, dubbed “White Mule Curve” by truckers.