Solar Eclipse 2024

March 28, 2024

Just over 6 years ago, Missouri experienced the first solar eclipse since 1918. On April 8, 2024, parts of Missouri will encounter totality once again. To celebrate, many Missouri wineries will be releasing limited-edition labels and hosting events – or even both! You don’t want to miss this eclipse as it is the last one until 2045. 


Adam Puchta Winery – 2017 Totality Event Estate Norton APW Totality

The Adam Puchta Winery team harvested this bottle of wine during the Total Eclipse in 2017. This full-bodied dry red wine exhibits a mellow, fruit-forward nose with nice depth and tannins on the palate. There are limited quantities of this wine available, so make sure you grab a bottle or two. 


Cave Vineyard & Winery – Solar Eclipse Watch 

Located in the path of totality is Cave Vineyard & Winery. Watch the eclipse while enjoying award-winning wines and delicious pizza! Bring your own blanket and glasses.


Edg-Clif Vineyards & Winery – Total Eclipse of the Sun Celebration

Celebrate this historical event by attending the Total Eclipse of the Sun Celebration at Edg-Clif Vineyards & Winery. Sit out on their lawns looking over the Vineyards, enjoy a BBQ Lunch, moon pie desserts and a Solar Sangria Drink for the Solar Eclipse. They will provide viewing glasses. Reservation is required to attend as there are limited spots available.


COST: $35/person


Fence Stile Vineyards & Winery – Partial Eclipse Viewing Fence Stile

Join the Fence Stile team for a Partial Eclipse Viewing. While watching the eclipse, savor a delicious lunch and themed cocktails alongside amazing wines. Make sure you purchase tickets and bring your lawn chair and viewing glasses.


COST: $45/person


Hunter Valley Winery – Solar Eclipse Viewing

Hunter Valley Winery, in Cape Girardeau, is in the direct path of totality. Bring your chairs, your friends and family to enjoy a spectacular view. Music will be played as well as burgers on the grill. Viewing glasses will be available for purchase. 


Hemman Winery – Solar Eclipse Celebration and Totality WineHemman

In the quaint town of Brazeau, Missouri is the adorable Hemman Winery. For the ‘event of the year’, there will be a tasty nacho bar that requires a reservation, so make sure you purchase your tickets in advance. Bring lawn chairs or blankets to view this event.


COST: $10/person


Shamrock Hills Vineyard and Winery – Solar Eclipse Watch Celebration

During their first anniversary, Shamrock Hills Vineyard and Winery will be celebrating the solar eclipse. Viewing glasses will be available for all attendees. 


Stone Hill Winery – Solar Eclipse Viewing on the Hill 

View this historical event from Stone Hill Winery’s hillside with picnic boxed lunches available including eclipse glasses from the Vintage 1847 Restaurant, along with a photo-op area, wine and wine slushies.


Wild Sun Winery – Solar Eclipse Watch Celebration Wild Sun Eclipse

Wild Sun will be celebrating the wondrous beauty of the 2024 Solar Eclipse. Gates open at 11 AM and with 10 acres of southern exposure, it is sure to be an awe-inspiring event! Reservations are required and attendance will be limited for their guests to relax and enjoy the day listening to live music. They will feature a sample tasting of their vintage port wine, affectionately named ECLIPSE after the stunning solar eclipse event of 2017.


COST: $10/person. 


Wherever you are in the Show-Me State, make sure you stop by a Missouri winery to celebrate this year’s solar eclipse.


Note: This list was compiled via survey sent out to all Missouri wineries. 


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