JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri CommonGround and the Hermann Wine Trail welcomed a sold-out crowd of 800 food and wine enthusiasts to the third annual The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail, Saturday, April 10 in Hermann. In addition to award-winning wine, The Farmers’ Table Wine Trail showcased corn, soy, beef, pork, turkey, eggs, and dairy – all foods representing the state’s vibrant agricultural landscape. At each stop, attendees heard from Missouri CommonGround volunteers through short video snapshots of their farms as they tasted their way through the seven delectable wine and food pairings.
The sold-out event was made possible through a partnership with Missouri CommonGround, the Hermann Wine Trail, and the Missouri Wine & Grape Board. Missouri CommonGround is a group of volunteer farm women sharing their experiences raising food with primary grocery purchasers. Learn more about today’s food production and meet the farmers behind the food at www.findourcommonground.com.
— Missouri Corn Growers Association
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