Photo Credit: Chaumette Vineyards & Wineries (Genevieve, MO)
Wine Trails on the Great River Road
The Great River Road is the ultimate road trip. To make it even more fun, there’s a good number of Wine Trails that meet up with the Road. Take a day, get off the beaten path, and taste your way through some of the most beautiful areas of the country!
~Minnesota, Wisconsin & Iowa~
Twelve wineries in the Upper Mississippi River Valley. Over 100 wines to taste! From Cannon Falls, MN in the north to Marquette, IA in the south.
Five Wisconsin wineries in the heart of the beautiful Wisconsin Driftless Region. Grape wines, fruit wines, even mead can be found on this trail.
Seven wineries paired perfectly with seven cheesemakers. What could be more Wisconsin than that?
The Upper Mississippi Valley Wine Region in Iowa has nine wineries, from heritage farms and vineyards to a hilltop chateau and a river village.
Eight family owned wineries in southeast Iowa. View operations, check out the grounds, and sample award-winning wines.
Along the Mississippi River in Illinois you will find six wineries, all family-owned and operated.
Visitors to the trail are sure to enjoy the extraordinary flavors of locally-grown and produced wines, from sophisticated dry reds to popular sweet country wines.
Many of the five wineries on this trail can boast medals from national competitions. Beautiful scenery and frequent live music.
This southeast Missouri wine trail is the state’s newest, with three family owned wineries. The route is rich in history and scenic beauty.
A West Tennessee experience of community, history, and style at these seven wineries.