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WELCOME TO

Missouri’s First
Green Winery 

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Upcoming Wine Events

 

Wine’d Down Friday Night – Grill Your Own Dinner & Live Music
april 19, 2019

Come out and "unwine'd" from the work week with us, as you grill your own dinner while listening to some live acoustic music by Christopher Cardwell. Bring out your favorite meat, and we’ll provide the fire, utensils and seasonings for you to grill it to perfection! We’ll also have an assortment our award-winning wines, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages available, as well as our picnic pails with cheese, salamis and fresh baked bread. Cost to attend is FREE.

SIPPIN’, SMOKIN’ & SINGIN’
LIVE MUSIC SATURDAY NIGHT

APRIL 20, 2019

Gather your friends and come relax in our indoor barrel room night with live acoustic guitar music by Erin Eades. We’ll be selling wine and beer by the glass and bottle, and we’ll also have picnic pails with warm, fresh bread and delectable cheeses and salamis available for purchase. Cost to attend is FREE. No reservations are required to join the fun...just come on out!

EARTH DAY AT MISSOURI’S FIRST GREEN WINERY
APRIL 27 & 28, 2019

Celebrate Earth Day weekend with Missouri’s first “green” winery! We will also be serving up our special “Sustainable Sangria” made with misfit fruit for $5.99 per glass. Take a stroll along our self-guided Eco Trail to see our sustainable ideas in action. If you drive an electric or hybrid car, show us your car key and you’ll get two FREE wine tastings and be entered to win a fabulous gift basket.

 

Visit the Winetasting Room

Whether you’re heading out on to taste some award-winning, sustainable Missouri wines or are looking for a fun wine event near you, you’ll feel right at home in Jowler Creek’s relaxed and down-to-earth wine tasting room. We’re open Wednesday-Sunday and welcome you to come unwind and enjoy our award-winning wines.

 
 

Missouri's First Green Vineyard & Winery

Jowler Creek Winery is Missouri’s first green vineyard and winery. We’re located just 30 minutes north of downtown Kansas City and use green practices, such as solar power to make our wine, sheep to control weeds, and chickens to reduce insects in our on-site vineyard.

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