This spring, wine enthusiasts visiting Hermann will once again have the opportunity to meet the farmers behind their food and wine. Celebrating the best of what Missouri has to offer, tickets are now available for the third annual The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail event, hosted by Missouri CommonGround and the Hermann Wine Trail.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and celebrate Missouri agriculture as they taste their way through seven delectable wine and food pairings. In addition to award-winning wine, The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail will showcase corn, beef, pork, chicken, apples, dairy, and rice – all foods representing the state’s vibrant agricultural landscape.
“The Hermann Wine Trail is excited to host The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail for the third year. It is a perfect addition to our popular wine and food pairing events,” said Hermann Wine Trail President Patty Held. “This opportunity allows us to showcase the best of what Missouri has to offer, great food and wine in beautiful Hermann wine country.”
The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 4, with tasting experiences at seven Hermann Wine Trail locations: Adam Puchta Winery, Bias Winery, Dierberg Star Lane Tasting Room, Hermannhof Winery, OakGlenn Winery, Röbller Vineyard, and Stone Hill Winery. Tickets for the event are $30 and include wine and food pairings, a souvenir wine glass, and the chance to win a drawing for a Missouri gift basket and one night’s stay in Hermann. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are available online or by calling the Hermann Welcome Center at (800) 932-8687.
This event is made possible through a partnership between Missouri CommonGround, the Hermann Wine Trail, and support from the Missouri Wine & Grape Board. Missouri CommonGround is a group of volunteer farm women passionate about agriculture and sharing their experiences raising food. Learn more about today’s food production and meet the farmers behind the food at www.findourcommonground.com. Missouri CommonGround is supported by Missouri farmers, through the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council and the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council.