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Where To Buy Hermannhof Wine UPDATED

Missouri- 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. It is a very nice dessert wine.

where to buy hermannhof wine

We invite you to enjoy a meal and a craft beer at our Bavarian restaurant and brewery at The Old Tin Mill. Or, if you came for the wine, head to our tasting rooms on Main Street to taste wines from Dierberg, Star Lane and Three Saints. Finally, head down the street and taste the craft of G. Husmann Wine Co.

A nod to its German roots, the Hermannhof Winery sausage shop is a unique departure from the traditional winery. Part deli, part snack shop, the store is a great place to purchase everything you need to accompany any Hermannhof wine you purchase. In addition to sausage, the store sells cheese, bread, crackers, sandwiches, and more. If you plan to spend a leisurely afternoon at the winery,stop in to get a picnic lunch or meat and cheese plate to enjoy with a bottle of wine. The nearby beer garden is another great place to enjoy the snacks and wine you purchase. This space is the perfect casual, semi-shaded spot to spend part of your day at Hermannhof.

Down in the wine cellar of Hermannhof, they prepared a delightful serving of Braised Beef Short Ribs with Chocolate and Cinnamon. Visitors to the Hermann Missouri area had both a wonderful setting and small taste of a popular dish with a chocolate twist. Hermannhof Winery paired their savory plate with their famous Norton. The dark wine brought out the dark taste of the chocolate perfectly, especially since the ribs were seared to perfection. If you tasted the ribs at Hermannhof, please let us know about your experience in the comment section.

Tour the stone wine cellars and building (both are on the National Register of Historic Places.) Our winery is open daily. We are located on Highway 100 at the eastern edge of Hermann, near the Missouri River, with easy access to Amtrak and antique shops.

As the wine and the old-world culture entice visitors annually, local businesses make it their mission to offer them a holistic experience. Cue Hermannof. Tourists can stay at the boutique Inn at Hermannhof, tour the Hermann Farm Museum, eat at the Tin Mill Steakhouse, and sample the Hermannhof wines, the Tin Mill Brewing craft beers, and the Black Shire Distillery spirits.

Hermannhof now offers more than 14 unique locations on property for weddings, corporate retreats or other special celebrations. Want to attend events with the locals? No problem. The team has a packed calendar of events and activities throughout the year, including history tours, wine trails and the annual Wurst Fest, Oktoberfest and Whiskey Fest.

Construction of the initial building, used as a brewery and winery, was built from 1848 through 1852 in the French section of the early settlement of Hermann. Hermannhof's wine making was initially a small part of the highly successful brewery.

By 1904, the Hermann area produced 3 million gallons of wine, mostly by small wine grower/producers, many of whom utilized the facilities of Hermannhof until prohibition forced the vineyards to be uprooted and the equipment destroyed or sold to Europeans.

They planted two estates - their namesake Dierberg Vineyard, and Drum Canyon Vineyard, from which they produced wines under the Dierberg label. They then developed a warm climate site, planting the Star Lane Vineyard, also in Santa Barbara County which they developed under that brand.

When we stepped in to the Hermannhof winery tasting room, they explained that "the Missouri wines are offered here, and the California wines are next door". While we were originally intent of exploring the Missouri wines, having already visited several Missouri producers, we were intrigued and went next door to explore what quality California wines were on offer.

We learned that Dierburg produce estate wines sourced from their two thousand acres of Southern California Santa Barbara County vineyards. They market and distribute under the Dierberg, Starlane and Three Saints brands.They grow Bordeaux varietals Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and Burgundy varietals Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, as well as Syrah.

Winemaker notes: "2016 was a straightforward vintage with moderate yields and a good pace to ripening. Unlike 2015, the wines were not as obviously dense and masculine, and therefore we leaned a bit more on stem inclusion to ensure we built a structure that was supple and extended with firm tannins. All in all, we had about 25% whole cluster in the final blend. The wines were aged in about 35% new oak to add a bit of mid-palate texture before being bottled the following December."

When Tyler Thomas joined Dierberg as winemaker, he brought a wealth of experience with Syrah from earlier work at Donelan Family Wines. There he produced numerous vineyard-designated labels from top sites ranging from cool to warm throughout Sonoma County. This prepared him for various Dierberg sites in Santa Barbara with Syrah planter in cooler Santa Maria Valley and the appreciably warmer Happy Canyon.

Winemaker notes: 2017 was an excellent growing season with moderate temperatures and healthy winter rain. However, the vintage will likely be remembered for its heat during harvest, which impacted our coastal vineyards more than Star Lane. The fruit from Star Lane did see more heat than recent vintages and early impressions suggested fruit would be forward. As a result we were careful with how tannin developed in the wine, and used a bit less new oak. Cabernet Franc (5%), Petite Verdot (5%), Merlot (4%), and Malbec (1%) all contributed in 2017, used sparingly to add pleasure through increased complexity and balance of texture.

Winemaker Notes: "In 2005 we arrived at the concept of Astral after recognizing the exceptional quality of the hillside plantings near the top of the Star Lane Vineyard. These hillside blocks produce very low yields which create wines of considerable intensity and structure. Astral is comprised of the most extraordinary components from the vineyard in each vintage."

Astral Winemaker Notes: While a cool year the depth of flavor is reminescent of 2008 but with the structure of 2009. Rich fruit permitted extended time on skins with exceptional Cabernet from our hillside and own-rooted blocks. We only added a touch of Cabernet Franc for an extra layer. The 2010 vintage was unseasonably cool from March to June setting up a delayed and cool ripening season. The cool early season weather was followed by moderate temperatures that promoted full maturity. The extended hang time in 2010 combined with cool temperatures promoted wines of freshness of flavor. Winemaker Tasting Notes: Black-fruits and sweet floral (almost sage-like) emerge from the aromatics. This wine continues to change as it sits in the glass. A rich core of fruit holds the structured tannins in check. We expect this wine to age well. 041b061a72

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