Quickly, bring me a beaker of wine, so that
I may wet my mind and say something clever.
Meyer Farms Wine is proud to introduce five extraordinary wines that showcase the quality of wine-making in Missouri. In recognition of the family’s history in Lawrence County, and acknowledging the truth of “Behind every great man, stands a great woman,” the first five wines have been named in honor of five great ladies from the Meyer family.
The Norton is a hardy American grape, and is the official state grape of Missouri.
Jana is a full-bodied, dry red wine with rich berry flavors and spicy earth overtones.
Uncork a bottle of this wine to serve with that steak off the grill or appetizers in front of the fireplace.
A blend of St. Vincent, Concord, and Chambourcin grapes, this medium-bodied red wine presents aromas of raspberry and cherry.
Served chilled, this wine is the perfect accompaniment to Missouri’s warm summer evenings.
A tantalizing blend of Cayuga White and Catawba creates a blush unlike any other.
The Cayuga White has been described as “Germanic” in style, with a light-bodied fragrant citrus flavor.
The Catawba grape produces a medium bodied, sweet, fragrant strawberry-like flavor.
The result is Connie, which is a dramatic fruit flavored Rose. This wine is the perfect finishing touch for any evening.
The Vignole is one of Missouri’s most versatile white grapes.
With a rich floral nose and fruity flavors, this wine has hints of pineapple and apricot.
Janie delivers a touch of sweetness with a crisp, subtle finish.
As you uncork a bottle of this wine, take a moment to enjoy its rich, floral bouquet.