The challenge to living in the middle of Missouri wine country ( which we do ), is that is so easy to visit local wineries, try some wine and then realize that someone has to drive home.
We Review The Anna Rosa America Blush from Westphalia.
Last week while visiting our local farm store where we like to shop for meats and local produce, we found a few wines from a Missouri winery that we have not yet visited or sampled. So we bought a few bottles to try.
Nestled in the rolling hills of central Missouri lies the town of Westphalia, known to locals as the “Pearl of Osage County.”
American Winos, recommends the Blumenhof Winery Experience!
My wife and I, count ourselves as lucky to live right in the middle of the Missouri wine country. Maybe it is true that you make your own luck as we choose to live here over a decade ago.
Our Review of The Blue Duck Restaurant.
Washington, Mo sites right along the Missouri River in Franklin County, Missouri. It is a small but growing town with a population was 13,892 from the 2010 census. It has an active tourist industry, as well as a respectable manufacturing base.
For the 3rd year running, due to popular demand by the many American Winos that attend, the Uncorked KC Fall Wine Festival is back this year. Who says that Kansas city doesn’t know how to throw a party!
Oldest Missouri Wineries
There are more that 120 different missouri wineries, producing approximately 980,000 gallons of wine per year from over 400 vineyards. These numbers are from 2016 so probably it is low as it seems like I find new ones every year.