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Hermann Wine Trail

Hermann, MO, USA
About Hermann Wine Trail
Winding through some of the prettiest scenery in Missouri, the Hermann Wine Trail meanders for some 20 miles along the Missouri River between Hermann and New Haven. Nestled along the trail are seven charming family-owned wineries. The Hermann Wine Trail hosts five annual wine and food events throughout the year; Chocolate Wine Trail in February, Wild Bacon Wine Trail in May, Berries & BarBQ Wine Trail in July, Holiday Fare Wine Trail in November and Say Cheese Wine Trail in December.
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MelM wrote a review Jun 11
4 contributions
I have attended many of your wine trails and have always loved them. We attended the Wild Bacon Wine trail this year and I brought many people who had never done one. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed in the ridiculous overboard COVID measures that were taken that limited shopping and really the "fun" that goes with a wine trail. Because of these limitations, it was difficult if not impossible to even get served at a couple of the places. Two of the best wineries were not in it, and adding Curling Vines that you have to drive 30 minutes to get to is just not realistic in the time frame that is given for the trail. I had talked up these wine trails to my group, only to be pretty disappointed.
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Date of experience: May 2021
Tina H wrote a review Feb 2020
6 contributions2 helpful votes
We did the chocolate trail and enjoyed lots of sweets and sweet wines. It was a busy weekend for Hermann and we enjoyed the event.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Response from Patty H, Manager at Hermann Wine Trail
Responded Mar 2, 2020
Hi Tina, Thank you for your nice review! We are so glad you enjoyed the Chocolate Wine Trail! Be sure to check out the winery calendar on our hermannwinetrail.com website too! We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you at another wine trail event! cheers, Patty - President, Hermann Wine Trail
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Slady wrote a review Dec 2019
Overland Park, Kansas80 contributions84 helpful votes
A large group of ten friends and family came during the Say Cheese wine trail. We stayed at two B&Bs in town that were a little dated but charming and clean. We stopped at four wineries on Saturday. We were just a little disappointed in the sizes of the samples ... both wine and food. The keepsake glass is also very tiny. The wineries themselves and the ambience is very charming. We didn’t mind the crowds as it made it more festive! We were a little more disappointed when one of the wineries wasn’t open on Sunday due to the snow, especially since it was advertised that there would be no cancellations due to weather! We left by noon on Sunday and did not get to finish the trail. While at one winery, we heard a large group of visitors complaining that they had arrived by train with plans to ride the trolley all day to the wineries and found that it had cancelled all services too!! The town is beautiful in the snow!!! We may try another wine trail event in hopes of a better experience. This one just didn’t wow us!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Response from Patty H, Public Relations Manager at Hermann Wine Trail
Responded Jan 15, 2020
Thank you for your review. We are very sorry that you were disappointed with the Say Cheese Wine Trail. We promote the event as serving "wine and food samples" and the foods are small plates. The wineries serve a 1.5-2 oz. wine sample pours, so visiting 7 wineries that would be 10.5 ozs. total. We want to be responsible and feel this is a good sample size. Our wineries try very hard to come up with creative dishes to pair with their wines for each of the themed events. We could not control the weather. We are very sorry that OakGlenn Winery made the decision on Sunday to not open due to the snow and ice. This is the first time ever, that one of our wineries closed due to snow and ice on a trail event. The Hermann Trolley is a private business and the Hermann Wine Trail is not affiliated with the trolley. We appreciate your business and hope you visit the Hermann Wine Trail for another event. Sincerely, Patty - President, Hermann Wine Trail
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Angie U wrote a review Nov 2019
New Canton, Illinois5 contributions
This was my first time in Hermann in the Fall and it was fantastic. Weather was beautiful, plenty of people but nothing overcrowded. Sitting out at the winery at Oak Glenn was the cherry on the cake!!
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Date of experience: November 2019
Lori F wrote a review Nov 2019
27 contributions2 helpful votes
Went to Hermann for the 1st time and did winery tour. So much fun and got to try new wines from different locations. some good some so so some bad but well worth it!
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Date of experience: November 2019