[Nfbmo] Fw: Wineries

danflasar at aol.com danflasar at aol.com
Sat Jan 23 15:15:18 UTC 2010

Yep, Stone Hill in Hermann, Augusta, St. James and there's another winery  
near Ste. Genevieve.   I think 
the original post said that we should bring *a* bottle of Missouri wine for 
 the auction so let's coordinate 
who will bring what?  I have no problem bringing a bottle or  two.
    One thing to take into consideration is that we want  wine made from 
grapes that were grown *in*
Missouri, preferably on site at the winery. There are vintners who buy  
grapes from who knows where and 
likely not from Missouri to process locally.   Though this might  be good 
wine, it doesn't necessarily
reflect the specific soil, weather and temperature characteristics of a  
particular region like Missouri which
has a rich farmland, a high karst (limestone) concentration, many hills,  
lush vegetation and very definable
process them 
In a message dated 1/22/2010 8:34:21 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
jamesmoynihan at kc.rr.com writes:


Fellow Federationists

We consulted with J. C. and  Kristen, our son and daughter-in-law who go to 
wine tastings at different  wineries. They say this is an excellent 
Missouri  wine.


Jim and Jana Moynihan
----- Original Message  ----- 
From: Kristen Loesch 
To: Jim and Jana Moynihan 
Sent: Friday,  January 22, 2010 5:34 PM
Subject: Wineries

Adam Puchta:  http://www.adampuchtawine.com/

Stone Hill Winery:  http://www.stonehillwinery.com/


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