TASTE | LEARN | ENJOY

Tasting Available Saturday and Sunday / 11am to 4pm

Our owners, Eric and Casey, are so passionate about educating the community on great wine and excellent mead that they decided to create their own. Therefore, Eagles’ Landing Winery was born - with a focus on bringing the past and present together by combining science and art.


RED WINE


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sT. vINCENT 2017

Ozark Highlands: With shades of magenta, this wine is very much alive. Notes of candied cherries and raspberries, with a sudden spark of cranberry, burst across the palate. St. Vincent invokes the spirit of German Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir).


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pENO’S BLEND

Tart, red fruits mix with a grapey aroma. Made off-dry to semi-sweet, this blend is the perfect balance between tartness and juiciness for a pleasantly refreshing red. Serve at cellar temperature or slightly chilled.


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cHAMBOURCIN 2017

Ozark Highlands: Dark ruby with streaks of magenta. An assortment of fruits, from dark plums to tart cranberry, are laced with violets, baking spices, and bell pepper. The wine dances across your tongue, balancing between acid and light tannins.


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hIGHLAND rOUGE 2016

Highland Rouge: sourced from Ozark Highlands: A traditional "Claret"-style wine made from Norton and Chambourcin. Tart strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, smoke, and cedar.


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fROM ROSATI WITH LOVE 2018


WHITE WINE


CHARDONEL 2017

Ozark Mountain, 100% Stainless Steel fermentation, Crisp, Clean notes of apples, pears and white flowers. 2018 Silver Medal - Missouri Wine Competition.


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vIoGNIER

Ozark Mountains: Tart pear, ruby grapefruit, and key lime with soft floral notes of jasmine, green tea, and almond.


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cUVEE jEAN-lOUIS


LAKE TRIP WHITE

Lake Trip White is a sweet white wine, sourced from the Ozark Mountain region, utilizing vignoles and traminette.


MEAD


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AMBROSIA

Ambrosia was said to be the food of the gods. Powerful aromas of honeysuckle, golden flowers, and stone fruits pour from the glass. Minimal manipulations during production allow the pure essence of the honey to be showcased. Styled as a dessert wine, Ambrosia is best enjoyed chilled with your favorite fruits and a creamy goat’s cheese.


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aURORA

Brilliant golden color, reminiscent of the coming dawn. The addition of fresh orange and lemon lends a fruit sweetness and gives the aroma an assertive attack that carries the essential oils through to the finish.


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OSTARA

Named for the ancient goddess of the hearth, Ostara starts its life as a citrus-forward semi-sweet mead. The addition of American and French oak enhances the natural honey character and lends a deep toffee, caramel note that rounds out the body and softens the acidity.