Lewsi Winery is a small mom and pop winery operation focused on making quality wine in small batches. Lewsi recently moved to historic Ste. Genevieve and is located at 57 N. Main Street. When visiting the oldest European Settlement in Missouri stroll down Main St. and drop in at Lewsi Winery. Patty and Ken look forward to welcoming you.
Crown Valley Brewing & Distilling
Crown Valley Brewing and Distilling Company features handcrafted beer, vodka, gin, hard cider, Fizzy Izzy Root Beer, and Missouri Moonshine (made exclusively at this Crown Country location). This unique facility has a 73’ rustic wooden bar, a sitting area to enjoyfreshly brewed coffee, a Moonshine store, and an outdoor beer garden. Also, hot pub food is available for purchase. The Moonshine Store features collectibles, antiques, small moonshine stills, and much more.
Alcohol: Wine, beer, vodka, whiskey, moonshine
Route du Vin
The Route Du Vin is one of several wine trails in Missouri which includes six distinctive wineries from Ste Genevieve to Farmington, Missouri. Each winery offers seating with beautiful scenery to view while savoring the award winning wines grown in this region.
Crown Valley Winery
As Ste. Genevieve County’s largest wine producer, Crown’s dominance in the wine industry is surpassed only by its impressive array of fine, hand-crafted wines, beers and distilled spirits.Widely acclaimed for its Nortons and other varietals, Crown’s attention to detail in the production of all its products will be evident with your first taste. Their beautiful winery houses the Crown Valley Bistro which offers fine gourmet snacks, sandwiches, cheeses and desserts. Check their website for upcoming entertainment and events. A private tasting room is available for parties, meetings, and private gatherings. Wines, beers & spirits. Gift shop on site. Please click on their website (above) for hours.
Watertower Wines – Vineyard & Winery
Brad and Jean Fisher welcome you to one of Ste. Genevieve’s newest winery! Sample the wines and enjoy our countryside. To find us, takeInterstate 55, Exit 150 onto State Highway 32 East toward Ste. Genevieve, turn right on Progress Pkwy. (near the Community Center), then right on Highway M. It’s the third drive on right… we’re in the red barn! Please click on their website for hours.
Chaumette Vineyards & Winery
Serving: Lunch and Dinner Thursday-Saturday
Cuisine: Widely known for their masterful menus, Grapevine Grill serves entrees using only fresh, seasonal ingredients that support Missouri’s local food producers and may be enjoyed in the artful diningareas inside or on the sweeping porch that overlooks scenic hills and vineyards. Established in 1990 by Hank and Jackie Johnson, Chaumette is the Midwest’s premier winery destination, offering a unique and memorable experience for every guest. Their award winning wines may be experienced in the eloquent tasting room that houses the winery’s own Grapevine Grill. A gift shop and art gallery, along with live music in the warm months is just a sampling of your total wine country experience at Chaumette. Their facilities are available for weddings, corporate & private events, and the all faith chapel, St Vincent’s-in-the-Vineyard, may be reserved for private ceremonies. In addition, the winery provides modern, French Colonial style Villas that may be purchased or rented.
Charleville Vineyard, Winery & Microbrewery
Located in the western part of Ste. Genevieve County, owners Jack and Joal Russell pride themselves in offering distinctive handcrafted wines and microbrewed beers in a relaxed atmosphere. Their tasting room and patio featuresa rustic country setting high above the Saline Creek Valley.A beautifully refurbished 1860s log cabin adjacent to the tasting room serves as a two-room Bed & Breakfast for guests on weekends. Guests may sample cheese and sausage from the tasting room, bring a picnic lunch, take a hike on nearby trails, or just sit by the bonfire on a chilly evening. The staff is eager to share their wine expertise with guests. Small tasting fee. Please click on their website for hours.
Family owned Cave Vineyard and winery is a must stop destination on your tour of Ste. Genevieve’s Wine Country!Cave offers its guests a wide array of award winning, estate grown Strussione Wines all of which are available to be enjoyed from the winery’s outdoor pavilion that overlooks some of the most scenic, rolling vineyards in the county, or in the cave! Begin by sampling their wines in the tasting room, then ride the tram to the cave for an afternoon of live music, picnic lunches, or just to cool off on a hot summer day. Picnic baskets are welcome, or should you desire, one can be prepared for you in the tasting room. Please click on their website (above) for hours.
Sainte Geneviève Winery
Handcrafting small lots of over twenty different wines, Ste. Genevieve’s oldest winery continually produces award winning varietal wines and an array of fruit wines for your enjoyment.Winemaking comes naturally for this fourth generation family, crafting many varieties from their own vineyards just west of town. Their tasting room is located in the heart of Ste. Genevieve’s National Historic District and provides a pleasant respite for guests under the shade of their grape arbor or in their wine related gift shop featuring work by local artists, unique gifts, souvenirs, items for the home wine and collectibles. Browse while tasting a sample of your favorite wine. Numerous historic attractions are within easy walking distance of the winery along with most Bed and Breakfast Inns, restaurants, historic homes and antique shops in the Historic District. Please click on their website (above) for hours.
Twin Oaks Vineyard & Winery
This family owned winery sits amid the vineyards providing a perfect spot to relax and enjoy a bottle of their red, white or blended wine, or a glass of cold, premium beer. In the tasting room, with its antique, turn-of-the-century bar, sample wines while you browse through a variety of unique gifts and apparel.An assortment of fresh meats, cheeses, crackers, fruit and chocolates is also available for purchase. A tranquil pond adjacent to the patio is the perfect gathering place for you and friends to enjoy live entertainment from April through October – or get cozy in front of the tasting room’s fireplace during the cool months. The winery’s facilities are available for private parties, corporate events, and weddings. Check their website for listings of upcoming events. Please click on their website (above) for hours.
Show Me Shop
The SHOW-ME SHOP is home to the finest Missouri wines and gourmet foods. They also have a very large selection of unique gifts, greeting cards, and garden decorations.
Sand Creek Vineyard & Winery
3578 Sand Creek Road, Farmington, MO 63640
Mon, Wed, Thurs: 11:00-6:00
Sand Creek Vineyard & Winery
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Among the rolling hills and vineyards of Ste. Genevieve’s Wine Country lies one of the newest family owned vineyard in St. Francois County, Sand Creek Vineyard & Winery.Established in 2002, Sand Creek has recently opened their spacious new tasting room with its handmade railing, beautiful double doors, large stone bar, and heavenly cupola. Be sure to taste their nine distinctive wines while enjoying a picnic lunch and listening to live, seasonal entertainment on the large, firepitted veranda. In addition, the winery has sausage, cheese, crackers, chocolates, and draft & bottled beers available for purchase. The tasting room is available for private parties and special events. Please click on their website for hours.
The Barrens Winery
The Barrens Winery is located northeast of Perryville (just 20 minutes South of Ste. Genevieve) on Missouri HWY 51 North.Secluded behind the trees, there is always a gentle breeze blowing through the porch for you to enjoy a glass of wine, a bite to eat or live entertainment. The Barrens features Chambourcin, Traminette, Vignoles, Embarrass, Barrens Red, Passion, Late Harvest Chambourcin and original Lime, Strawberry, Sangria Winearitas. In addition, the Barrens’ warm, inviting atmosphere is sure to please all! Please click on their website (above) for hours.
The Bequette-Ribault House
The Bequette-Ribault House, located across from Le Grand Champ or the “Big Field,” was built in 1808. It is a “poteaux-en-terre ”or “posts-in-the-earth” building, referencing its vertical logs built directly into the ground without a foundation. Ste. Genevieveis home to 3 out of 5 remaining such buildings. In one of its restored outbuildings, a Hospitality Center features a tasting bar offering tastings and purchase of Chaumette’s award-winning wines. The Bequette Ribault House was restored by Chaumette’s owners Hank and Jacque Johnson and is open for public tours on Saturdays, noon to 4pm, Memorial Day – October, and private tours on Saturdays can be arranged during winter months by calling 573-747-1000. For more info visit our web site: chaumette.com
Weingarten Vineyard and Garten Haus Restaurant
12323 Rottler Lane (off Hwy 32)
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670
Friday, Saturday: 12:00-9:00
Closed: Monday,Tuesday, Thursday*
* Be sure to check their website for special event closures.
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Serving: Dinner Wed, Fri, Sat: by reservation.
Lunch Friday-Sunday: no reservations necessary.
Cuisine: For lunch, visitors can enjoy a delightful deli menu that features hot sandwiches, appetizers, cheeses and salads. In the evening upscaleAmerican cuisine is on the menu: steak, seafood, chicken and a variety of fresh made pastas. Weingarten Vineyard specializes in Missouri wines including Norton, chambourcin, rose, vignoles, white blends and sweet wines. Plus, everyone’s tastes differ, so in addition to Missouri wines they offer a varied collection of red and white wines from all over the world. In addition to the extensive wine selection they offer 12 different craft beers. The visitor is assured a unique experience, superior customer service, and an extraordinary atmosphere.
Alcohol: Beer, wine, mixed drinks.
Ste. Genevieve County has a long, rich history of winemaking beginning with its French settlers in the early 1700s. The French found Ste. Genevieve's calcium rich limestone soils, rolling countryside and temperate climate favorable for winemaking. In the mid 1800s, German immigrants brought their regional styles to the area to further enrich this art of winemaking. Today, many descendants of those early pioneers continue that long tradition and invite you to join them for a taste of Ste. Genevieve history. À Santé!