Nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Wenwood Farm Winery is a fourth generation family farm. A former dairy, Wenwood Farm produced award-winning Guernsey cattle for many years. Now, this generation’s owners, Laura Neese and Thomas Kalb, will produce another time-honored beverage – wine. We offer a full range of fine wines – hearty dry reds, semi-sweet blushes, sweet German-style whites and more – made by our winemaker, Tom, who has over 20 years of wine-making experience. Tom has worked in several wineries, both here in Missouri and in his home state of Wisconsin. You can also look forward to seeing former cattle barns transformed into a beautiful showroom, an outdoor open-air pavilion and a functioning production area.
We invite you to enjoy a peaceful afternoon in the pavilion, or sit among the charming country decorations of our remodeled showroom. Beautiful views of the picturesque Third Creek valley and a wonderful feel for the history of the area will enhance your visit. Wenwood Farm Winery offers sausage and cheese baskets, featuring award-winning Swiss Meat & Sausage Company sausage from Swiss, Missouri. Or, bring a picnic of your own. Picnic accessories are available in our gift shop -a great gift idea!
Our pavilion and showroom are also available for event rentals. From a wedding reception to a holiday party – whatever the occasion, we can serve your needs with style, indoors or out. Please call for details, including capacity and pricing.
Wenwood Farm Winery is located midway between the Hermann and St. James Wine Districts, just a few scenic miles off Highway 50 outside of the small village of Mt. Sterling. An hour and a half west of the St. Louis metro area, just over an hour northeast of the Lake of the Ozarks, or 40 minutes east of Jefferson City, Wenwood Farm Winery makes the perfect afternoon getaway or an enticing, easily accessible addition to your Missouri vacation. DIRECTIONS: From US Highway 50 at Mt. Sterling, travel south on State Highway A 4.6 miles. Turn east on Brick Church Road, and travel one mile to Wenwood Farm Winery. See our website for a detailed map, as well as additional and scenic routes.
So, come share in our history and tradition as Wenwood Farm transforms from dairy to winery. And please remember that all-important question – Got Wine?