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Wine Tasting in Independence


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  • Weston Wine Company
    Weston Wine Company prepares seven diamond-themed wines including a sweet red, dry white, and semisweet rose. Try a sample of each in the onsite tasting room, pairing the subtle citrus blossom, cherry, and white flower flavors with mini cupcakes and cheeses. The winery also hosts craft nights and lectures to help guests learn why wine tastes the way it does.
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    519 Main Street
    Weston, MO US
  • Whiskey Run Creek
    Bob Curttright knew that wine tasted better when it's enjoyed in a scenic setting. That's why he set out on a search for the perfect setting before opening his winery, Whiskey Run Creek. He found the setting he dreamed of in a century-old barn owned by Julius Bergmann and moved the historic structure—which was built from oak and walnut beams without a single nail—more than 18 miles to a creekside property. Now owned by Ron and Sherry Heskett, they fill visitors' glasses with wine made from Nebraska-grown ingredients. In addition to varietals, such as Chambourcin and Edelweiss, their winery produces seasonal fruit wines made with apples and cherries from local farms. Guests can relax with their wine on an expansive deck or explore renovated brick caves built in 1866.
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    702 Main St.
    Brownville, NE US
  • Cork and Barrel
    Across Cork and Barrel’s shelves, cubbies, and barrels repurposed into tabletops sprawl bottles of all kinds. Labels hint at the European and American provenance of a huge selection of wines. Notes of red peppers, chocolate, or fruit wait to leap from adventurous small-batch craft brews, from saisons—light Belgian ales—to potently hopped double india pale ales. Beer-brewing classes introduce the art of combining barley, hops, water, and yeast, and guests in art classes sip wine while swirling blues and greens for landscapes or portraits of Gumby weeping.
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    10819 Winner Road
    Independence, MO US
  • Cellar Rat Wine Merchants
    Each of the wines on the shelf in Cellar Rat has been vetted by the staff—nothing is sold to the public unless the staff would drink it or use it as a substitute for milk in cereal. The resulting more than 800 wines, 70% of which are less than $20, make for tasty everyday and special-occasion beverages, as do the number of premium spirits and handcrafted brews stocked alongside the wine. Cellar Rat’s vino experts do more than just discern the difference between good and bad wine; they also teach others how to do so during wine classes that delve into the intricacies of tasting. They even make pairing suggestions for the artisan cheeses, gourmet cured meats, and pate also sold in the boutique shop.
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    1701 Baltimore Ave.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Cellar and Loft
    Cellar and Loft, a family owned and operated business, doesn't just pour its visitors glasses of wine or beer and leave it at that. Instead, it keeps a staff of experts on hand to enlighten sippers on the nuances of their chosen drinks, such as the grapes involved in a citrus-tinged sauvignon blanc or the types of malts that flavor an imperial IPA. Age is a much-respected quality in the world of wine, and Cellar and Loft even infuses that truism into their ambience—it's housed a building that's 140 years old and has enough exposed-brick charm to attract an 18th-century masonry guild. In addition to making visitors feel welcome in the tasting rooms, the staff also invites them to travel on wine trips or join wine, beer, cheese, or scotch clubs. These groups indulge members in monthly bottles of a chosen beverage, a newsletter subscription, and weekend tastings with the California Raisins.
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    525 Walnut St.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Spit Fire
    Treat yourself to good food and drink at Spit Fire in Kansas City. Diners are expected to enjoy their meal to the fullest, so items low in fat are not available. Heading to Spit Fire for a tasty meal? Drive on over and park in a matter of seconds. Spit Fire's moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Spit Fire time and time again.
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    1809 West 39th Street
    Kansas City, MO US

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