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Röbller Vineyard’s 2018 Estate Reserve Vignoles started in the vineyard where the dry-farmed fruit began to raisin at harvest. A 24-hour cold soak captured texture, 35-day fermentation preceded Malolactic inoculation and 18 months of sur lie aging. The finished wine was bottled and aged for …

The 2020 Augusta Winery Vignoles is a semi-sweet white wine made from 100 percent Vignoles grapes. The pour is light golden in color with a pineapple and tropical fruit bouquet, while the body is fresh and crisp with a slightly sweet finish. The 2020 vintage is especially refreshing with ver…

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 …

These andouille-spiced brats are the star of any jambalaya recipe, a Mardi Gras must-have. Kenrick's Meats & Catering uses their own customized spice blend to pack a ton of flavor and just the right amount of heat. Along with seasoning, they are stuffed with tomatoes and shrimp, making t…

There are many factors to consider when making the leap of buying a home. Whether you are a first-time buyer or have a seasoned real estate portfolio, one of the main considerations for purchasing a house is lifestyle. For people who are active and enjoy the outdoors, Dielmann Sotheby’s Inte…

The 2017 Estate Bottled Norton by Augusta Winery pours a beautiful burgundy glass full of dry red wine. The rich bouquet is that of raspberry and black cherry with aromatic hints of vanilla and cigar. The full body consists of cassis and black cherry with jammy overtones and is similar in st…

Every year, many of us set goals and resolutions for the new year. Feelings of optimism, ambition and, ultimately, self-reflection, arise. The new year becomes a rare opportunity to change course. But nearly as many become discouraged soon after setting their lofty aspirations. So how do you…

Stone Hill Winery’s Chambourcin has notes of red and maraschino cherry, as well as some lovely fresh plum. The wine showcases interesting earthy aromas and saddle leather, and finishes with a dark chocolate-covered berry compote. It is very soft and drinkable with hints of black pepper and b…

The United States is home to copious region-specific food gastronomies – a blend of the natural ingredients readily available and the influences of the people who come to cultivate them. These hybrid food inspirations have led to innovation and unique dishes across the continent. Three quintessential ingredients found naturally in the area – pawpaw, walnuts and venison (deer meat) – have had an outstanding influence on Ozarks survival and the enduring food culture.

What is Ozarks cuisine? That’s the question at the core of the concept behind Bulrush, a fine-dining restaurant in St. Louis “rooted” in its Ozarks heritage. But the team does more than create beautiful dishes out of local ingredients; they have each become amateur food historians in their own right – tasked with discovering the defining culinary culture of the Ozarks.