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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!

5 Missouri Wineries With Adventure-Friendly Packaging
1. Peaceful Bend Vineyard – Steeleville Peaceful Bend Vineyard’s Grapes of Raft series of wines in a 1.5L recyclable pouch...
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Have a Few Sips on Route 66
Route 66, also known fondly as the “Mother Road” holds miles of history and still stands as a symbol of free-spirited independence....
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Celebrate National Beef Month with Missouri Wines: 31 Days of Deliciousness
What do a juicy hamburger, a savory steak, and a tender rack of ribs have in common? They are all examples of the many tantalizing forms of beef...
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11 Missouri Wineries Where You Can Stay and Play
Visiting wine country is closer than you think.  Missouri has more than 125 wineries across the state. Take a trip to wine country and...
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In the Vineyards: Bud Break
It’s spring, you know what that means… new life! And that is exactly what is happening in the vineyards of Missouri wine country...
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An Easter Treat: Pairing Candy and Missouri Wine
Yes, traditionally Easter baskets and the sweet treats they contain are for youngsters, but just because you’re a grownup now, doesn’...
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17 Wineries to Visit While Hiking or Biking the Katy Trail
The Katy Trail is a 237 mile (386 km) trail stretching across most of the state of Missouri. It is built on the former corridor of the...
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Missouri Fruit Wines – Infographic
Many Missouri wineries make quality, award-winning fruit wines, and they're not just great for sipping. Try using them to shake up the...
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10 Missouri Wine Trails to Lose Yourself On
Missouri has more than 125+ wineries and many of them have grouped together in their areas to form ten wine trails. Pre-made wine adventures…...
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29 Wineries To Visit While In St. Louis Or Kansas City
Missouri boasts more than 125 wineries in the state and 29 of them are in the backyard of the state’s major metropolitan areas. So, next time...

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