Summer Fun Guide: Food & drinkGO! MAGAZINE
May 24, 2011
Missouri is home to more than 70 wineries. The three wine trails closest to St. Louis are the Hermann Wine Trail (Bias, Dierberg Star Lane, Hermannhof, OakGlenn, Puchta, Robller, Stone Hill), the Missouri Weinstrasse (Augusta, Balducci, Montelle and Sugar Creek) and Route Du Vin, near Ste. Genevieve (Cave, Charleville, Chaumette, Ste. Genevieve, Sand Creek and Twin Oaks). Most offer tasting rooms, outdoor seating and weekend entertainment. In Southern Illinois, try the Shawnee Wine Trail, where a dozen or so wineries (from Alto to Owl Creek to Von Jakob) are just minutes from one another. There are several bed & breakfasts and antiques shops to round out a day or weekend trip. The annual Shawnee Hills Wine Trail & Art Festival takes place over Memorial Day weekend at Riverside Park in Murphysboro. More info:
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