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Painting 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 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.

2011 Missouri Governor's CupFrom Left to Right:  First Lady Georganne Nixon, Mark Blumenberg, Governor Jay Nixon, and Eric Blumenberg