Fall Events in Missouri Wine Country
September 05, 2019
Fall is on its way and we couldn’t be more excited to spend the season in Missouri wine country. Many of our wineries have upcoming events that we know you will enjoy.
Adam Puchta Winery
September 13 and October 4 visit the winery for Grill Your Own Steak Night.
Sit back and enjoy live music every Saturday in September and October.
Oktoberfest comes to the winery every weekend in October.
Save the date! November 1 is the 9th Annual Doe Camp benefitting the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer, as well as, Just Call Me Ray Foundation.
Friday Night Live will take place on September 6 from 6-9 p.m. This event will host the last of the Summer Concert Series featuring the Paulo Small Band, summer wine cocktails, swag giveaways, short round wine trivia, BYO yard games and fresh baked pizza (or you can pack your own delicious snacks.)
Hot Jazz & a Heroine book signing featuring author Camille Faye will be September 7 from 1-5 p.m. Camille will sign copies of her newest book in the Voodoo Butterfly series from 2-4 p.m. Enjoy southern-inspired wine cocktails while listening to live music from the FoA jazz band.
October 26 from 1-5 p.m. Augusta Winery will host their 9th Annual Hallo-Wine Party. Go dressed in your Halloween attire, play games, enjoy candy and wine pairings, swing to the music of the FoA band and sip on their festive wine cocktails. This event is family-friendly.
Does your doe need a survival kit for deer season? Grab a kit and stock up on wine while enjoying happy hour specials at the Pre-Season Doe’s Day Out November 2 from 1-4 p.m. Shop the tasting room, check out local vendors and take a chance at winning prizes.
For more information on Augusta Winery’s events, visit their website.
Dale Hollow Winery
Enjoy live music and a food truck on Dale Hollow Winery’s beautiful property September 14. There will also be live music on September 28 and October 12. For more information on the performers, click here.
The annual Grape Stomping Contest is near! Visit Hemman Winery on October 5 and 6 to compete for your chance to become a member of The Purple Foot Club.
Jowler Creek Vineyard and Winery
Dip your toes into a barrel full of juicy red grapes at the 9th Annual Grape Stomp on September 6-8 and 13-15. After the work is done, you will enjoy an evening of good company, a light dinner and of course, wine!
What’s better than Fall Winetasting Hayrides? Experiencing the best that Fall has to offer as you hop on a lantern-lit hay wagon and ride around the vineyard at night, all while tasting Jowler Creek Vineyard and Winery’s wines along the way. Visit the winery’s event page for dates and times.
Enjoy live music? Jowler Creek Winery offers live music every Friday and Saturday night.
Les Bourgeois Vineyards
Take part in a grape stomp, listen to live music and enjoy activities for the whole family at the Crush Festival October 5-6. More events can be found here.
OakGlenn Vineyards and Winery
Live music, dancing, picnic food and beverages are just a few things you can find at OakGlenn Vineyards and Winery on Saturdays in September. Check out their online calendar to see who the live talent is going to be.
St. James Winery
You’re invited to the Third Annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 13 in The Gardens, a beautiful backyard between the winery and brewery. This is a free, family-friendly Italian heritage event that celebrates the bountiful harvest of the Meramec Highlands. Enjoy live music, good food, great drinks and family-friendly activities while you shop around from local vendors.
Stone Hill Winery
Don’t miss your chance to take a special VIP winery tour during Grapes to Glass on September 14 and November 9. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine in a take home souvenir glass when you check in. Guests will experience a behind the scenes tour and explore Stone Hill’s onsite Norton vineyard, cellars, tank building and press house while learning a few secrets to their winemaking success. Purchase tickets here.
Oktoberfest is coming to Stone Hill Winery not once, not twice, but eight times. Visit their event page for all the dates.
The Peculiar Winery
Be a part of the winery’s first ever Oktoberfest celebration October 5 from 3-6 p.m. Live polka music by The Alpen Spielers and pizza from KC Fooditude are just a couple things that will be offered at this event.
Tipple Hill Winery
Assemble your stomping team of four and get your costumes ready. Registration for the Grape Stomp and Harvest Party on October 5 from 5-9 p.m. is open! Enjoy food made from scratch, costume and stomp contests and music by Curtis Stroud Band.
Ever wanted to attend a Murder Mystery dinner party? Now is your chance. Tipple Hill Winery will host one on October 25. Keep an eye on their website for more details to come.
Additional Missouri wine country and wine trail events include:
20-21 - Augusta's Harvest Festival
Weekends in October - Oktoberfest in Hermann
*This information is based on wineries that responded to a survey so it may not include all Missouri winery events.