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Ladoga Ridge Winery

Ladoga  Ridge Winery Ladoga Ridge Winery is a family-owned and operated winery and vineyards operation. Longtime Smithville residents Galen and Leinda Haddock invested much thought, time and hard physical labor to develop this business - literally, from the ground up. From planting the grapevines, meeting state and federal requirements, and perfecting the labels for each bottle of wine, to staining pergolas, putting the finishing touches on the warm and welcoming tasting room, and working with area merchants to fill the gift shop with local wares, the Haddocks have pressed forward toward their dream. The couple says they could not have done it without the help of their children, Bryant, Melissa and Brittany, and the support of a few close friends.

Take 169 Highway to DD Highway (Main Street) in Smithville. Turn east on DD Highway and continue to the 4-Way Stop Sign. Turn north (left) on Bridge Street and continue across the bridge. Just after crossing the bridge, turn east (right) onto F Highway. Go 1.6 miles on F Highway to a sharp curve in the road. Cross over F Highway (stay straight) to Pope Lane. Continue north on Pope Lane. You will see the Ladoga Ridge Winery sign.

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Ladoga Ridge Winery 100 E. Pope Lane, Smithville, MO, US, 64089 Email:
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