Adam Puchta Winery

1947 Frene Creek Road
Adam Puchta Winery, the oldest single family owned winery in the United States, has been continuously owned by seven generations of the Puchta family since 1855. Visitors can taste award-winning wines, explore the historical buildings and cellar, listen to live music, arrange to stay in the Winery’s own Guesthaus and Cabin, or participate in one of the many events throughout the year.

Curling Vine Winery

486 Booneslick Road
New Florence, MO 63363
In addition to locally-made wine from Missouri grapes, Curling Vine offers wine and juice tasting and a selection of Missouri products in a family-friendly atmosphere.

Dierberg – Star Lane – Three Saints Tasting Room

338 East First Street
A variety of California wines from Dierberg Estate Vineyards and Star Lane Vineyards, as well as Three Saints wines from the Dierberg family’s vineyards in Santa Barbara County, are available for tasting and purchase.

Endless Summer Winery

11 Grosse Lane
Big Spring, MO 65041

Endless Summer Winery is a family winery specializing in fruit wines and unusual offerings such as jalapeno and pecan wines.


302 East First Street
Named in honor of George Husmann, considered the Father of the Missouri Grape Industry, G. Husmann Wine Company offers visitors a variety of red, white, and specialty wines for tasting and purchase.

Hermannhof Winery

330 East First Street
Hermannhof Winery offers views of cellars and buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, and a tasting room for Hermann wines. Deli food, including locally-made German sausages, is available. Music is often heard on the outdoor patio in the summer.

Lost Creek Vineyard

21356 Gore Road
The vineyard is located on a scenic, pastoral property adjacent to the KATY Trail, with over twelve acres of Chardonel and Noiret grapes. Lost Creek wines, which are made on-site, as well as soft drinks, beer, and a variety of snack items are available for purchase. Live music most weekends.

Martin Brothers Winery

1623 Old Iron Road
Martin Brothers Winery specializes in making traditional mead, the historical term for honey wine. Each batch is made entirely from honey, highlighting the character of each honey harvest. In addition to meads made from a variety of honey, guided tastings are available at this country winery.

OakGlenn Vineyards & Winery

1104 Oak Glenn Place
Originally the site of a winery founded in 1859 by George Husmann on a ridge overlooking the Missouri River just east of Hermann, OakGlenn Vineyards & Winery still grow some of Husmann’s original Norton grapes. The wine list includes red, rosé, and white wines ranging from dry to sweet. Beer, soft drinks, and mixed drinks are also available. Live music events play all summer on the outdoor patio.

Röbller Vineyard

275 Röbller Vineyard Road
New Haven, MO 63068
Established in 1988, Röbller offers estate-grown wines produced from the grapes of its country vineyard. Rosé and red, white, and fruity wines are available for tasting and purchase. Events and live music scheduled throughout the year.

Stone Hill Winery

1110 Stone Hill Highway
Missouri’s oldest, largest, and most awarded winery is situated on a hilltop with commanding panoramic views of the town and river valley below. Free daily guided tours through the largest series of vaulted cellars in North America. Wine tastings and a large gift shop await visitors. Steps away from the main winery, the original carriage house and horse barn is now home to the winery’s Vintage Restaurant.

White Mule Winery

2087 US Highway 50
Owensville, MO  65066
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. In addition to red, rose, and white wines, White Mule offers dinners, in-house catering, vacation packages at the on-site farmhouse B & B, and wedding venues, along with a bit of Gasconade County history.