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Brett Dufur from Rocheport on 5/11/2007 9:26:18 PM:
You may also want to check out my book Exploring Missouri Wine Country, 3rd Edition. At more than 300 pages, it is the definitive guide to Missouri wine country. Many wineries line the edge of the trail and Hwy 94 and Hwy 100 in the Missouri River valley. This guide will give you some great ideas on places to go, towns to visit, and wineries you don't want to miss. Published by Pebble Publishing. Visit my bookstore in Rocheport, call (573) 698-3903 or go online to http://www.pebblepublishing.com/exploring_missouri_wine_country.htm

See you on the trail!

 
Rick Gardner from Tulsa, OK on 10/5/2008 7:45:43 PM:
If it's anything like your Katy Trail Guidebook, it's a must have! We're back again this year with our bikes and will pick up your "Wine" book on the way through Rocheport. We're heading east on the trail to wine country.

Carpe diem!

Rick & Mary

 
Nick from Sacramento on 11/24/2008 6:08:08 PM:
Can you tell meabout the wine varieties? Are they European, Native American or Hybrids? I'll be riding the Katy one of these days.

 
Trek on 11/24/2008 9:28:49 PM:
German settlers were responsible for the start of vineyards in Missouri. The Missouri Wine Country website has some good information about Missouri wine. Click on the "Articles" tab and then "Missouri Wine History" for some good information on the history and location of Missouri wineries.

http://www.missouriwinecountry.com/