Cuttings from Missouri grape vines helped restore the French wine industry after they fell desolate as Mildew and then Phylloxera spread throughout the country. Winemaking wouldn't hit its stride in Lafayette County until the late 1990's. But today Lafayette County has more than wineries any other county in the state and are considered among the best produced anywhere in the United States.
The Wineries close to Lexington
Terre Beau Vineyards
100 South Lynn, Dover, MO. 64022
The rolling hills and fertile loess soils of Lafayette County offer not only a stunning rural landscape, but have produced Missouri’s oldest and largest apple- and peach-growing region.
The Orchards and Road Side Farm Stands close to Lexington.
9364 Mitchell Trail ● 816-289-2496
Two miles west of Lexington on 24 Hwy. U-Pick strawberries, blackberries and pumpkins. Farm market includes asparagus, rhubarb, peaches, melons, apples, local products and much more.
Open early spring through Halloween.
19510 Garr Rd, Lexington MO
660-259-4228 • 660-259-2938
Open mid-July through mid-November. Mon-Sat 8 am - 5:30 pm.; Sun 10am -5pm
Homegrown apples and peaches, squash, pumpkins, apple butter, honey & more
Meierer Produce Market & Orchard
19046 Dwarf Lake Rd. Lexington, MO
We are open 7 days per week and carry locally grown seasonal vegetables and fruits, as well as farm fresh eggs.