Missouri Wine History
Missouri is known for it’s rich heritage as a wine producing state. The area became known as “Missouri Rhineland” referring to it’s similarities to that region in Germany and the influence of the German immigrants on the industry in the 1800s. In the mid-1880s, more wine was produced by volume in Missouri than in any other state. Due to prohibition and the growth of the California wine industry, Missouri wineries today tend to be small and more focused on crafting their wine in the old world traditions.
The newly formed Lake of the Ozarks Wine Trail will be holding a charity fund raising event November 1st at The Landing on Main Street from 1-5 PM. All of your favorite local wineries, including Seven Springs Winery will be providing samples of wine paired with your favorite holiday foods. The cost of the event is $10 which includes a souvenir wine glass plus food and wine samplings from each winery. A portion of the proceeds will go to Central Missouri Food Bank. Bring some canned goods and come enjoy live music by Samaria Grace!
The wine throughout the state is among the best in the world and because scarcity, it’s also one of the best kept secrets. Missouri’s wine industry has grown into an attraction in it’s own right and complements an already thriving tourism industry. Next time you're in the Lake area, be sure to check out Seven Springs Winery and the rest of the Lake of the Ozarks Wine Trail!
For more information on the Lake of the Ozarks Wine Trail, please visit: www.lakeoftheozarkswinetrail.com
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Seven Springs is the finest Winery at the Lake of the Ozarks with a full service facility perfect for outdoor weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate events and parties. Call us today to make reservations for your special event!
Seven Springs Winery
846 Winery Hills Estates
Linn Creek, MO 65052