12 Best Wineries in and Near Kansas City

Do you want to tour some wineries? If so, you might want to consider Kansas City, Missouri. Wine, wineries, and vineyards might not be the first things to come to mind when one thinks of the city, but they offer some really good ones!

If you’re not convinced yet, allow us to take you on a tour of the 12 best wineries in and near Kansas City, MO, today, then. As you can see, we have tons of stops today, so without further ado, let’s go!

The 6 Best Wineries in Kansas City

First, let us tour the wineries in the city.

1. Amigoni Urban Winery

$$ | 913-890-3289 | WEBSITE

Amigoni is an ideal winery to visit for all wine lovers. They do not only offer oenophiles with good wines but memorable wine-centered experiences too.

If you have the time for more than a wine flight, you might want to take part in at least one of their wine experiences.

You can book for the cellar experience, where they will take you through the wine-making process, the art of senses and barrel experiences, where you can refine your taste buds, or the blending experience, where you can make your own wine blend!


2. Fountain City Winery

$$ | 816-442-8893 | WEBSITE

Fountain City is a winery run by a husband-and-wife duo. They have a little bit of everything, serving beer, cocktails, and wine, of course! They have a decent selection of wines, enough for you to likely find something to tickle your taste buds. However, it is their Laughing Stone we recommend you try.

To get the best out of your visit, you might want to time it on a Friday as they almost always have live music or games on this day.


3. KC Wineworks

$$ | 816-256-4608 | WEBSITE

KC Wineworks is a winery to check out if you need a venue with some (or lots) of wine for an event. The winery is wide and spacious enough to hold several dozens of wine lovers. Additionally, its atmosphere can fit almost any celebration.

We recommend you at least get a glass of their Crossroads Red when you visit. Aside from their wines, their charcuterie board is also a favorite. With that, you might want to get a charcuterie board along with your glass.


4. Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants

$$ | 816-531-1500 | WEBSITE


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Cooper’s Hawk is a winery to visit if you are looking for good wine, good food, and a good time.

Cooper’s Hawk uses grapes from all over the world, traveling far and wide to find the best ones for their wine. With that, it is no wonder they now have more than five hundred wine awards to their name.

This winery is not only known for its wine, though. They are also known for their culinary excellence. With that, make sure to try their dishes too when you visit!


5. TerraVox Winery

$$ | 816-386-2156 | WEBSITE


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TerraVox is a winery focused on American Heritage Grapes and dry-style wines.

Their grapes are 100% estate-grown. With that, their wines are 100% theirs, and you will likely taste their hard work with every sip of their wine. It is a winery to visit if you want to take a bit of Kansas City home.

However, make sure you do not forget to book an appointment if you plan to visit. The winery and vineyard are by appointment only.


6. Somerset Wine & Cider Bar

$$ | 913-915-7177 | WEBSITE

Somerset is an urban micro-winery owned by a husband-and-wife that opened its doors in 2001. It is a seasonal winery only open for five months a year, but undoubtedly one you want to check out if you are in the area between May and September.

Somerset is an ideal place for date night for a pair of wine lovers. The winery looks like a giant flower garden. Additionally, they have some live music to set the mood. Finally, of course, they have lots of wine!


The 6 Best Wineries Near Kansas City

Next, let us look at the wineries near Kansas City, and you do not have to worry. These places are only around a 20-minute drive.

1. Belvoir Winery and Inn

$ | 816-200-1811 | WEBSITE


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Belvoir is a winery that boasts itself as a wedding venue and destination. It is undoubtedly a place to consider for a pair of oenophiles to tie the knot!

On top of that, they are open seven days a week for free wine tastings, and their wines feature Missouri grapes. With that, it is a place to check out if you want to taste some Missourian wine. The wine tasting is not all there is, though. If you come and visit for the wine, you might also want to partake in one of their public events – like the murder mystery!


2. Top Hat Winery

$$ | 816-248-9436 | WEBSITE


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Top Hat is a family-owned winery that can serve a wide array of drinkers. They currently have at least sixty wines. Additionally, they have around twenty ciders too. As you can see, there are lots of choices here!

As you might already know, Kansas City is known for its BBQs. Top Hat is not only known for its wines and ciders. If you want some BBQs with your grape, it is a place you might want to add to your stops.


3. Mallinson Vineyard and Hall

$$ | 816-896-5744 | WEBSITE

Do you want to go on a trip filled with wines and grapes? Mallinson is a winery you want to check out then.

You might want to stay at the Mallinson vineyard to escape all the buzzing and bustling. It’s a lovely place that can erase your worries. Even the drive to this winery might help calm your nerves already with all the greenery!

That’s not all, though. After all, what’s the use of staying at a vineyard without the wine? Mallinson also offers some pretty good wines to try during your stay. (Try the Strictly Missouri Norton!)


4. Ladoga Ridge Winery

$$ | 816-866-4077 | WEBSITE


Ladoga Ridge is a family-owned and operated winery and now might be the best time to note that, despite that, it is not a family-friendly winery.

Minors (including infants and toddlers) are not allowed on the winery grounds except for family events and approved rentals. With that, it is a winery to check out with your wine-loving friends to have fun without much worry!

Ladoga Ridge is one of the few wineries in the area that offers wine slushies, so we recommend you try one of their slushies if you give them a visit!


5. Jowler Creek Vineyard & Winery

$$ | 816-858-5528 | WEBSITE

Jowler Creek is a winery owned by siblings – Jason and Kit Lacy. As you can guess, the siblings love wine. However, that is not their only passion. A big part of their hearts belongs to agriculture.

With that, Jowler Creek became the first green winery in Missouri. It was the first winery in the state verified by the ASAP across five categories. Now, if you share the passion and views of the siblings and are also fans of flavorful wines, Jowler Creek is a winery you want to add to your stops.


6. Stonehaus Farms Winery

$$ | 816-554-8800 | WEBSITE

Stonehaus is one of the oldest wineries on the list, having opened its doors to the public in the 1990s. With that, it has been around for almost three decades already. If you want a winery with a history, Stonehaus is a winery to check out.

Whether you like your wine sweet, dry, or in between, you will likely find something here to tickle your taste buds. However, we recommend you try the Moscato if you could!


Final Words

That’s where our winery tour ends today!

Kansas City might not be best known for wines, wineries, and vineyards. However, as this list of the 12 best wineries in and near Kansas City, MO, has shown, the city boasts a significant number of them, and they are of high quality!

Kansas City is not the only place with some great wineries and vineyards in and around it, though! Check out our other talks to see more areas to consider for your future winery tours!

Best Wineries in and Near Kansas City

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