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.
Adam Puchta Winery,the oldest family farm winery in Missouri, has been continuously owned by the Puchta family since 1855. From Hermann, take Highway 100 west then turn left on Frene Creek Road.
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. The winery is also home to Gruhlke Mocrobrewery.
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 wineryis a peaceful, quiet retreat. From Hermann, take Highway 100 east about eight miles to Route W and Grant School Road.
Learn more about three California vineyards with a Hermann connection. Sample Dierberg Estate, Three Saints and Star Lane wines from California's Central Coast wine region.
One of Hermann's newest wineries, Endless Summer specialized in fruit wines and such unusual offerings as pecan wine. The winery is located north of Hermann, just west of Highway 19 on Route K, near the town of Big Spring.
At the confluence of the Missouri River and Frene Creek, the winery's historic main building, stone cellars and charming wine patio are close to Hermann's historic district.
Great wine begins in the vineyard at Lost Creek Vineyard, which started production with 12 acres of Chardonel and Noiret grapes. From Hermann, go two miles north on Highway 19, then 7.9 miles east on Highway 94. Turn right on Gore Road.
Founded in 1859 by George Husmann himself on a ridge overlooking the river, just east of Hermann. Some of Husmann's original Norton grapes still grow in the vineyards.
In addition to fine wines, Robller 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.
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.
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.