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From perfect pairings to do-it-yourself crafts, it's no secret that wine is more than a beverage. Here, you'll find all kinds of fascinating stories, recipes and videos to make the most of your Missouri wine experience. Cheers!

Not your average box brownies
Friends and family will be more than impressed when you bring these brownies to your next gathering. Instead of the hassle of a made-from-scratch...
DIY Cork Christmas Garland
Reduce your waste, reuse your old corks and recycle them into beautiful holiday decorations. Take your stash of corks and transform them into DIY...
Buy Missouri Grown this Holiday Season
Osage River Popcorn Company – Osage Beach, MO Find a wide variety of tasty popcorn flavors in store and online. The Osage River Popcorn...
12 days of gifting with Missouri wine
Shopping for the special people in our lives can sometimes prompt us with head-scratching moments wondering where to start. This little jingle...
Coq au Can (Wine Can Chicken)
Love a beer can chicken? Try swapping the beer with your favorite Chambourcin to celebrate this varietal in November! This easy and delicious...
Shop local in Missouri wine country this season
Thanksgiving is fast approaching with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping to follow. Crowds of eager shoppers will soon flood shopping...
Through the Glass photo contest winner announced
Beauty in Missouri wine country is never hard to find and always fun to capture. The first ever Missouri Wines: Through the Glass photo contest...
Thanksgiving Wine Pairings for Every Course
Don’t get stuck trying to decide which wine to pair with each dish this Thanksgiving. Navigate this handy guide by starting with what style...
Missouri Wines Win Major Accolades
Missouri wines from across the Show-Me state take home national awards each and every year. Keeping with tradition, Missouri was recognized for...
Craft your own wine traditions this holiday season
Traditions surrounding wine production date back to 6000BC in Mesopotamia, now Georgia. The Shulaveri-Shomu people were thought to be the earliest...

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