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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 now has six wineries, more than any other single county in the state and are considered among the best produced anywhere in the United States.

Please note: Due to Covid-19, please check with

 individual businesses for possible revised store hours and/or other restrictions.


Wine Country day trips

 Need Inspiration? These suggested tours along short wine trails offer an adventure amidst the beautiful rolling hills of our countryside. Taste the lusciousness of the land itself captured at our six local wineries, one of the largest concentrations of wineries in the state. These routes provided courtesy of Old Trails Regional Partnership

The Wineries of Lafayette County


Odessa Country Winery

2466 McNeel Rd, Odessa, MO.

(816) 633-7843


Arcadian Moon

19203 Old US 40, Higginsville, MO.

(660) 584-6661

Open Sun-Th 11a-7p, F-Sat 11a-10p


LaBella Vineyards & Winery

11644 Flournoy School Rd, Wellington, MO.  (816) 240-2404

M-TH closed, Fri-Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5


Fahrmeier Family Vineyards

9364 Mitchell Trail, Lexington, MO.

(816) 934-2472 Joan

Th 1-5pm, Fri 10a-1a, Sat 10a-1a, Sun 1-5p


Terre Beau Vineyards

100 South Lynn, Dover, MO.  64022

(660) 259-3010

Fri-Sun 11a-6p


Baltimore Bend Vineyard

27150 Hwy 24, Waverly, MO.  64096

(660) 493-0258

Apr 1-Dec 31: M-Sat 11a-6p, Sun 1p-6p


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.

Please note: Due to Covid-19, please check with individual businesses for possible revised store hours

and/or other restrictions.

The Orchards of Lafayette County


Fahrmeier Farms

9364 Mitchell Trail ● 816-289-2496

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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.


Beckner's Orchards

8560 Appletree Rd, Lexington MO


Open Mid-June - Mid September

7 Days/Week   8:00 - 6:00

Homegrown Peaches, Sweet Corn & more


Rasa Orchards

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


Fahrmeier’s U-Pick & Produce Market

8977 County Farm Road


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Asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, peaches, raspberries, melons, apples, pumpkins, local honey. Jams & jellies, homemade fudge. U-pick strawberries, blackberries and pumpkin patch in season. Check website and social media for harvest schedules


Schreiman Orchards

29032 US-24, Waverly, MO


Open daily Mid-June-October. Homegrown peaches, apples, homemade breads, fruit pies, salsas & more!

Open daily mid June to October


Peters Market

32651 US-65, Waverly, MO


Homegrown peaches, apples, homemade jams, fruit butters, locally grown farm produce, pecans, nuts, honey, sorghum, fruit baskets. Fall school and bus tours by appointment.

Open mid July through Thanksgiving


Meierer Produce Market & Orchard 

19046 Dwarf Lake Rd. Lexington, MO


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We are open 7 days per week and carry locally grown seasonal vegetables and fruits, as well as farm fresh eggs.  

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