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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!

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Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes…. That won’t bore you to tears!
Photo courtesy of CHOW.com No one likes to see food go to waste, but the same-old-same-old Thanksgiving leftover recipes are tired. Let...
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Invite Missouri Wine to your Thanksgiving Feast
The Thanksgiving feast can be a tad overwhelming. Let our friends at Feast Magazine help. The November episode of Feast TV features tips and...
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A New Take on Cranberry
The cranberry is one of few fruits native to America that are grown commercially. [Fun Fact: Several popular Missouri grape varietals are also...
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Halloween Candy and Wine? It’s a real treat!
Got a pile of Halloween candy left in the aftermath of Trick-or-Treating? Create your own little treat with these delicious wine pairings....
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Ice Cream and Wine: Pairs Perfectly With Summer
What better way to beat the heat than by combining your favorite summer sipper with your favorite frozen treat? Missouri wine and ice cream...
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A Guide to Pairing Pork and Missouri Wine
Photo courtesy of the National Pork Board America’s pork industry can be traced back to 1539 when Hernando de Soto landed in Tampa Bay,...
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Cheers to Tailgating!
The onset of Fall means many things, but few are as anticipated as football season. Tried and true fans will agree that cheering on your favorite...
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Holiday Hosting with Missouri Wines
Whether you’re hosting an intimate holiday gathering or a large festive affair, there are challenges every host(ess) faces, especially in...
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Harvest: A Grape’s First Step
Hand harvesting is the most traditional method. Many wineries, especially smaller ones still employ this technique. Harvest is the first step...
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Crush: The Next Step
If harvest is the first step a grape takes on its life’s journey to your glass, crush is most definitely the second— a big, messy,...

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