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How Stone Hill Winery captured sunshine in a bottle in its Vignoles

How Stone Hill Winery captured sunshine in a bottle in its Vignoles

Shaun Turnbull tells Doug Frost why the Vignoles features his favorite Missouri grape to make, but the hardest to grow.

Stone Hill Winery’s Vignoles exudes rich pineapple and fresh citrus fruit flavors and aromas. Fermentation is stopped at just the right moment to achieve the perfect balance of natural sweetness. It’s a great accompaniment for spicy foods, sipping by itself or with desserts. The shy-bearing Vignoles grape can be challenging to grow and achieves its richest complexities in sunny vineyards, harvested in late August.

Stone Hill Winery Vignoles

Stone Hill Winery, 1110 Stone Hill Highway, Hermann, Missouri, stonehillwinery.com

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