In early February, the Vintage Restaurant at Stone Hill Winery in Hermann, Missouri, opened for its 2017 season, featuring several new menu items. Recent entrée additions include the Traminette-cream salmon, a fresh salmon fillet topped with a creamy sauce made with Stone Hill’s award-winning Traminette wine, plus seasonal vegetables and basil-lemon rice.

The Chateaubriand is another new must-try: a grilled tenderloin filet topped with sauce bercy, a classic French sauce made with white wine, beef stock, shallots, parsley, garlic and thyme, served with a seasonal vegetable and roasted-garlic whipped potatoes.

Fans of the restaurant’s hearty German-inspired fare needn’t fret, though, as favorites are still offered, including kartoffelpuffer (potato pancakes) and the German Trio (schweineschnitzel with your choice of sauce, sauerbraten and locally made wurst with whole-grain mustard).

The Vintage serves lunch and dinner and offers guests a wide selection of Stone Hill’s high-quality wines to pair with your meal: If you opt for the Chateaubriand, for example, try it with a bottle of the winery’s award-winning 2012 Governor’s Reserve Holden Vineyard Norton.

Vintage Restaurant at Stone Hill Winery, 1110 Stone Hill Hwy., 573.486.3479, Hermann, Missouri, stonehillwinery.com/vintage-restaurant-dining