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Buffalo Creek Vineyards and Winery

Buffalo Creek Vineyards and Winery Buffalo Creek Vineyards and Winery is solely owned by James Stephens, a retired Electrical Engineer with the Department of the Army. Jim started the Vineyards and Winery as a second career. Jim's goal is to produce wines that have clarity and excellent taste. Visitors are always welcome. Jim is happy to take visitors on a tour of the wine making activities and questions are encouraged. Seyval, Ruby Cabernet, Vignoles, Foch, and Concord vines are all grown in the nearby vineyards. The grapes are picked in the fall at the peak of ripeness and immediately crushed and or pressed then the must (juice and crushed grapes) is delivered to barrels in the production room for the fermentation process. The bottling and labeling are performed here as well. The Winery offers a selection of both red and white wines from dry to to sweet. In addition to our grape wines, we also produce Peach and Persimmon wine made from locally grown fruit. Buffalo Creek Winery sits atop a one hundred seventy foot bluff above the lake in a rustic, remodeled farm barn. Renovated with rough sawed lumber, the barn also features big picture windows in the tasting room and the second floor gallery. The atmosphere at Buffalo Creek Winery is relaxed and comfortable "on the hill". Two large lounging decks are available for your relaxation. One is covered and attached to the tasting room and the other is adjacent to the Winery building on the bluff. Both have ample lounging chairs, benches and tables, overlooking the lake, where visitors can sit back and relax.

BY CAR: Between Stover and Laurie in Morgan County on Mo. Hwy. 135, (6 miles Southeast of Stover; 18 miles Northwest of Laurie) turn Southwest on County Road T and continue 9 miles to the Winery on the Lake of the Ozarks. BY BOAT: On the North shore of the Lake of the Ozarks near the 70 Mile Marker. Look for the sign on our three well dock.

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29003 Possum Trot Road, Stover, MO, US, 65078 Email:
Phone: 888-247-1192 Web:
Fax: 573-377-2262
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  70 MM
A Semi-sweet Foch and Concord blend, garnet color, bright and soft with fruit and a slight tart finish.
  Buffalo Gal
A fermented blend of Seyval and Foch grapes. The wine bouquet and flavor are berry like, light, smooth, semi-sweet .
A Delicious and fruity, semi-sweet wine.
Vinted from the grape named for the famed WWI French General, Foch has medium body, herbal bouquet, and slightly pungent finish. Great with rich foods and red meats.
New! 2005 was a vintage year for wild (Mustang) grapes in Missouri. Our Mustang wine is fall-bodied (check the "legs"), rich with flavor and bouquet. Aged with French Oak chips, providing a soft vanilla-like finish. 375 ml
  Osage Chief
Made from Chardonnay grapes and is rich with vanilla oak flavor and bouquet. The wine is sweet with pear and citrus flavors and a smooth finish.
Peaches make very good fruit wine, rich in aroma and character, while good young, it also ages well, developing amber color and complex flavor.
Dessert wine (16% alc) made from the plum-like fruit of the persimmon tree. This tree is common in the Ozarks; the fruit is strongly astringent until ripe, turning yellow/orange and becoming sweet and palatable. The fruit was a common dessert item for early Missouri settlers and Osage Indians. 375 ml
  Quercus Alba
A new style, aged with Missouri White Oak (medium toast). Great with beef, pasta and Mexican cuisine. Serve at room temperature or slightly chilled.
  Royal Norton
  Ruby Cabernet
A dry red wine, rich with vanilla oak flavors.
A clean, crisp, medium-bodied wine with an herbal, fresh flavor. Seyval pairs well with pork, seafood and Asian cuisine.
  Show Me Red
A Blend of Foch and Concord grapes, aged with Missouri oak. Goes well with Steak and other Red Meats
Semi-dry and fruity with an apricot bouquet. The Queen of Missouri wine, aged with French high-vanilla oak.


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