Missouri’s Historic Wine Country Gaining Investment and Traction

If picturesque autumn landscapes, good wine, and rich history sound interesting, you’ll find all three in Missouri’s various winery towns. Throughout hundreds of years of growing grapes in Missouri’s unique soil, agricultural communities have evolved into historic wine destinations. 

Visitors can enjoy beautiful autumn landscapes and affordable accommodations while tasting award winning wine at several Missouri wineries. Compared to the country’s more popular wine destinations, lodging, dining, and the wine itself are all much more affordable at Missouri’s wineries, which already attract nearly a million visitors a year.  

As a $125 million investment by one Missouri family is set to revitalize the first recognized wine region in America, Missouri’s wine country is on the cusp of becoming a must-visit destination for wine connoisseurs worldwide. With its rich history, stunning landscapes, affordable allure, and a bright future marked by significant investments, Missouri’s wine country is poised to make its mark as a truly world-class destination for wine lovers.

To learn more, read the article on MSN here.