Southeastern Wine Road Itinerary
The Southeastern Wine Itinerary is great for a day long adventure to visit new wineries that are within a 40 mile drive of the Kansas City Area.
Your Southeastern wine road starts off at the quaint Odessa Country Winery, as you make your way back East you will stop at Stonehaus Farms Winery where you can enjoy a bottle of wine on their patio, continue on your journey back to the Crossroads District of KC to KC Wineworks, your day ends at Amigoni Urban Winery in the West Bottoms.
Be Sure to Check Winery Business Hours & Calendar of Events for Conflicts!
Travel Time from KC: 42 Minutes
First Stop: Odessa Country Winery
2466 McNeel Road, Odessa, MO 64076
Odessa Country Winery is a 40 minute scenic drive from downtown Kansas City. This vineyard houses a tasting room, a pavillion for picnics, and a small pond with remarkable views. As you enjoy your wine, be sure to catch the feeding of the catfish while you are here!
Highlights: Great outdoor seating area to enjoy a beautiful day!
Types of Wines: Semi-Sweet, & Sweet
Tasting Fee: $5 for all
Editor's Pick: Old Fashion Elderberry
Travel Time: 30 Minutes
2nd Stop: Stonehaus Farms Winery
24607 NE Colbern Road, Lee's Summit, MO 64086
Stonehaus Farms Vineyard and Winery is a family owned and operated winery located in Lee's Summit. They are passionate about giving their customers great wine and personal service in a family friendly atmosphere. With plenty of outdoor seating and a view of their pond and vineyard, it's easy to sit back, relax, and enjoy a bottle!
Highlights: Outdoor patio w/ beautiful vineyard & pond views
Types of Wines: Dry, Semi-Dry, Semi-Sweet & Sweet
Tasting Fee: Free
Editor's Pick: Apple Cranberry
Travel Time: 30 Minutes
3rd Stop: KC Wineworks
1829 McGee Street, Kansas City, MO 64108
KC Wineworks tasting room is located in the Crossroads District of Kansas City. Featuring only Missouri-sourced grapes that are turned into exquisite dryer wines. They are very knowledgeable about each pour, they actually care about teaching their customers about their wine! One of the Owner's is usually nearby if you desire more details. Sit on the comfy couch or chairs near the bar or in the back room with a barrel view to enjoy your bottle.
Highlights: Barrel Room View
Types of Wines: Dry, Semi-Dry, Semi-Sweet, Sweet, & Ciders
Tasting Fee: $7 for 5 wines
Editor's Pick: Crossroads Red
Travel Time: 8 Minutes
4th Stop: Amigoni Vineyards & Urban Winery
1505 Genessee St #100, Kansas City, MO 64102
Amigoni Urban Winery is the tasting room located in the Daily Drover Telegram building in the West Bottoms of Kansas City. While their vineyard in located in Centerview, MO, they opted to open this "Urban" winery for the convenience of their customer's in the downtown area. Amigoni specializes in small lots of handcrafted wine harvested from grapes grown at their vineyard.
The tasting room has plenty of seating inside, and a small patio outside. Make your way to the back of the building to their second bar area for a tasting and take in the scenery of the wine barrels. If you would like a quieter spot to hang out, check out the 2nd level which overlooks the entrance while you savor your glass.
Highlights: Architecture, unique wine variety
Types of Wines: Dry, Semi-Dry, Semi-Sweet, & Sweet
Tasting Fee: $7 for 5 wines, pre-selected for you
Editor's Pick: Barbera