Larry DeLaney and his family planted the first grapevines about ten years ago across South Street from his home in the heart of Nevada, Missouri. Despite the property formerly being the site of Pohl’s Brick and digging up a brick in the vineyard on occasion, they haven’t looked back since. Five years later the vineyard was expanded. The DeLaney Vineyard grows nine varieties of grapes, including Concord, Baco, Foch, St. Vincent, Chambourcin, Niagra, Norton, Catawba and Elvira. From these grapes they make wines that range from dry to sweet and include red wine, white wine, ice wine and a blend. They also have fruit wines, from produce grown on the property.
The DeLaney family is happy to share wine samples with you when you visit the vineyard. They look forward to seeing you soon.