© 2019 MISSISSIPPI RIVER HILLS WINE TRAIL

Est. 2012

Mississippi River Hills

Wine Trail 

Meet the Wineries

COME FOR THE WINE, STAY FOR THE EXPERIENCE

Welcome to the website of Southeast Missouri's eighth and newest wine trail. Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail features three family owned and operated wineries, each with its own unique appeal and diverse range of wines. Dry and semi-dry to sweet and fruity, there's something for everyone!

Our friendly staff invites you to experience all that we have to offer- frequent live music, annual tasting events, and endless amounts of family fun.

The trail passes through some of the state's most attractive country side. Rich in history and beauty, Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail stretches from the center of Perry County southward through northern Cape Girardeau County. Easy access to U.S. Interstate 55 and U.S. Highway 61. 

 

"The best wines are the ones we drink with friends!"

- ANONYMOUS - 

Upcoming Events

GO FOR THE EXPERIENCE, STAY FOR THE MEMORIES

LOVE GREAT MUSIC, FOOD, AND WINE?

SPEND A WEEKEND ON THE TRAIL AND HAVE SOME FUN! 

Taste of an Ozark Holiday

GO FOR THE EXPERIENCE, STAY FOR THE MEMORIES

Get in the spirit of the holidays this season. Enjoy wine pairings, live music and more as you travel to our three distinctive wineries! 

NOVEMBER 9: 12 - 6pm

"Good wine is a necessity of life."

- THOMAS JEFFERSON - 

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Explore the Area

ALL THOSE WHO WANDER ARE NOT LOST

The Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail not only offers wineries to fit everyone's taste, but also lodging, dining, and one-of-kind Missouri outdoor adventures.

Fill your weekend and vacation calendar with fantastic things to do. The world is yours to explore! Why not step onto a path and see where it takes you? Hang on to your hiking boots, golf shoes, sneakers or heels - because trails in the Show-Me State take you places you never imagined.

 
"There's always time for a glass of wine!"

- ANONYMOUS - 

Contact

YOU'VE GOT QUESTIONS. WE'VE GOT ANSWERS

 For general inquires and further information, please email us at: 

Hwy A is closed! 
Use alternate route. Go around closed signs and follow first county road to your left.  #410 follow yellow signs