If you’re looking to experience the best that native American and French-American hybrids have to offer, you should start your search in Missouri. Missouri wineries are known for placing a heavy emphasis on history and tradition and continue to pay as much, or more, attention to native American and French-American hybrids as they do to vitis vinifera varieties. Missouri is known for its success with Norton as well as Chambourcin, Chardonnel, and Seyval Blanc. Missouri has also started having some success with grapes such as Riesling and Cabernet Franc. Missouri wineries are scattered throughout the state with dozens of wineries conveniently located near the metropolitan areas of Springfield, St. Louis, and Kansas City. Scroll down to find Missouri’s best wineries. The “Highest Visitor Ratings” section lists Missouri wineries that have received visitors’ highest ratings for service, views, and wine quality. The “Highest Wine Critic Ratings” section lists the producers of Missouri’s best wines based on awards won at international wine competitions and ratings from publications such as Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast. The “All Missouri Wineries” section contains a comprehensive, and continuously updated, list of Missouri wineries. Click “map view” to access the advanced winery search to find wineries that provide vineyard lodging, have food available to complement their wines, host vineyard weddings, or produce wines from organic grapes. We make it easy to find the best wine tour and tasting destinations in Missouri wine country.