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Jowler Creek

Missouri's First Green Winery


Upcoming Wine Events


behind the scenes winery tour & tasting
AUGUST 18, 2018, 3:30PM

Go behind the scenes, and see how we turn our sustainably-grown grapes into wine. You’ll taste through our lineup of wines while our winemaker/owner Jason Gerke leads you on a tour of our production room and vineyard! Cost: $15/person.

AUGUST 19, 2018
AUGUST 26, 2018

Summer is sadly coming to an end. Soak in the final days of summer with our special “Sparkling Strawberry Kiwi Sangria” available in the tasting room by the glass and carafe. Come out to enjoy it while it lasts!

  Jowler Creek Winery  offers fun fall wine events and wine tasting events such as our Grape Stomp where you can drink wine and stomp grapes as well as indulge in a wine dinner.

8th annual grape stomp
SEPTEMBER 21, 22 & 23, 2018

Help celebrate the grape harvesting season by dipping your toes into a barrel full of juicy red grapes! You’ll spend the evening enjoying good company, a hearty dinner, and of course, some delicious wine! 


Winetasting Hayrides

Looking for the funnest and most festive Fall winetasting in the Kansas City area this Fall? Come out to Jowler Creek Winery’s Winetasting Hayrides. You’ll jump aboard a cozy hay wagon and drink wine as you drive through and tour our certified sustainable vineyard! Both our Fall Winetasting Hayrides and evening Holiday Winetasting Hayrides do sell out quickly, so we recommend purchasing tickets as soon as you know which ride you’d like to attend. 


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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