Blumenhof Winery – The Most Awarded All-Missouri Winery

Blumenhof Winery: The Most Awarded All-Missouri Winery

Vineyard in Fall Colors by Billyo O’Donnell

Blumenhof Winery is located on Highway 94 in the historic village of Dutzow, Missouri’s oldest German settlement, founded in 1834. Blumenhof, which in German means “Court of Flowers,” takes its name from the Blumenberg family’s ancestral farm in northwestern Germany. German heritage is also expressed in the Missouri winery’s architecture and in the warm friendly ambiance that invites visitors to “stop… and smell the Blumen.”

OPEN EVERY DAY

(except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day)

Monday – Thursday:  10:30 – 5:30

Friday: 10:30 – 7:00 (open till 8PM June-October)

Saturday: 10:30 – 5:30 (open till 8PM June-October)

Sunday: Noon – 5:30

Our vineyards were established in 1979. Beginning with the first vintage in 1986, Blumenhof has been dedicated to producing and bottling an unsurpassed selection of Missouri – grown varietal wines. Over the years, these wines have won scores of awards at prominent wine competitions, including the Missouri Governor’s Cup in 2011.

Best Missouri Winery 2011From Left to Right:  First Lady Georganne Nixon, Mark Blumenberg, Governor Jay Nixon, and Eric Blumenberg

What Makes Blumenhof Different

We Love Making Great Wine

We crush, press, ferment, bottle, and label all of our wines on site in Dutzow.

We only produce Missouri wines made from grapes grown within 60 miles of Dutzow.  Our main vineyard (located in Treloar, Missouri) produces about 90% of our grapes and is owned and managed by us.

We Want You to Have a Great Experience

You’ll be invited to sample wines in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

You’re welcome to pack a picnic lunch (or dinner), and bring any non-alcoholic beverages you’d like to enjoy with your meal. If you’d like to leave the cooking to us, see our Food and Beverages page for more information on our current offerings.

In the late summer/early fall see our Facebook page for details on when we’re crushing grapes – it’s your chance to see wine making, talk to the vineyard manager and our wine maker.

Indoor seating is very limited – large groups please call ahead (800 – 419 – 2245).