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Hermannhof Winery

Hermannhof Winery Hermannhof Winery, with a proud German heritage dating back to 1852, is a National Historic Site. Originally opened as a brewery in 1852, the century-old stone and brick building and wine cellars serve as the foundation for their winemaking. The winery is located just inside Hermann, MO with their vineyards located just outside of town. Winning numerous state and national awards over the years, Hermannhof Winery is the first two-time winner of "Best New World White Wine". Hermannhof Winery produces a full selection of wines from sweet to dry. They also produce champagne made in the original French "Methode Chamenois" process. Tasting room, picnic areas, terrace, wine-related gifts, cheeses, and locally produced sausages are all available to visitors. Open daily. Please call for exact hours.


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330 E. 1st Street, Hermann, MO, US, 65041 Email:
Phone: 573-486-5959 Web:
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  Brut Reserve
Yellow straw. Attractive freshly baked bread nose with fruity and floral tones. Full lemon and grapefruit flavors with a long creamy finish. A very generous sparkling wine. Silver Medal-World Wine Championships.
Medium ruby-red with a medium body and balanced acidity. Flavors and aromas of cherries, spice, and dried fruits. Mildly oaked with an attractive herbal edge. Bronze Medal Winner, Missouri Wine "Best of the Bunch" competition, Bronze, New World International Wine Competition.
  Chambourcin Vin Gris
The Vin-Gris is produced by cold pressing the dark Chambourcin grapes resulting in a Rose' style dry wine with hints of strawberry and rose petal. Nice, clean finish.
Premium grapes grown high above the Missouri River give this rich, full-bodied wine its distinct varietal character. Barrel fermenting and sur-lie aging add tones of butter and tasty oak to the long, full finish.
  Cherry Wine
Medium ruby-red, naturally sweet and crisp. Produced from ripe Wisconsin cherries and slowly fermented to capture fresh aromas and flavors.
A sweet white wine bursting with luscious fruit flavors. Made from a blend of native Missouri grapes and European hybrids.
Dark ruby-red. Full bodied. Extracted. Moderately oaked. Moderate acidity. Concentrated full flavors of berries, brown spice, and black fruits. Notes of earth and smoky vanilla oak compliment the long, full finish. Appealing now-but should improve through 2005. Judged "Best New World Norton" and Bronze medal, New World International Wine Competition; Gold Medal, "Best of Class", National Orange Show-California; Gold and Bronze
A vintage blend of estate-grown Chambourcin and Norton grapes, crafted in the classic European style, fortified with brandy and aged two years in mature oak barrels. A wine of rich, complex aromas and flavors with superb balance and structure that will reward further cellaring. Only 1,700 bottles of each of these limited editions were produced.Split port.
  Seyval Blanc
100% estate grown and fermented in stainless steel tanks, the Seyval Blanc is medium bodied with pleasant characters of citrus and lemon peel with mineral notes on the finish.
  Spring Blush
Light salmon pink. Semi-sweet and crisp. Made from a blend of native Catawba and European-hybrid grapes. Ideal for picnics and summer fare.
  Stagswood Red
An old-fashioned red wine made from sturdy Concord grapes. European hybrids add crisp, fruity tones to balance the blend.
  Vidal Blanc
Well balanced and bursting with fruit. Comparable to a sauvignon blanc, Vidal is a nice complement to seafood.
Yellow straw. Medium-bodied with a full acidity. Layers of citrus and apricot flavors. Deeply aromatic with a long, lingering finish. Judged "Best New World Vignoles" and the only two-time winner of "Best New World White Wine" of the New World International Wine Competition-California. Gold and Bronze Medals "Best of Class", Missouri Wine Competition. Gold Medal, "Best of Class","Best of State", International Wine Competition, New York. Gold Medal, Taster's Guild International Wine Competition, 2001 edition-silver medal, New World International Wine Competition.
  White Lady of Starkenburg
Pale straw. Bright characters of citrus, green apple, and spice. Made in the style of a fine German Reisling, White Lady is our perennial best-seller. Silver Medal winner of the Taster's Guild International Wine Competition; Gold and Silver Medals winner of New World International Wine Competition-California, Bronze Medal, Missouri "Best of the Bunch" competition.


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rhodies says...
Norton Wine Review: How many ways can a winery get it so "bad"? Sure, the littered floors were wood, but how hard would it be to use a broom once in awhile? Tastings were poured into thimble sized plastic cups. We tried other Hermannhof wine offerings after knowing they had struck out big time with their Norton wine. Alas, our disappointment drove us to higher ground (Stone Hill Winery).