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Crown Valley Winery

Crown Valley Winery Nestled in the rolling hills and scenic views of Coffman in historic Ste. Genevieve County, Crown Valley Winery is a gem to behold. Our state of the art facilities are situated on over 300 acres of which 120 are vineyard. The architecture and interior of our Winery features unique materials such as hand-carved oak doors with reclaimed stained glass, copper and wrought iron crafted by local artisans, leaf stamped copper bars and church pews from the 1930’s. hether you are a connoisseur or just beginning to learn about wine, Crown Valley Winery is a wonderful discovery that offers an atmosphere that is both relaxed and informative. Our facilities are second to none in the region and our award winning wines are world class. We have a great variety of wines that are pleasing to all palates and all price ranges. Although we are a brand new winery, we have already begun assembling an impressive list of medals from some of the most prestigious wine competitions across the country.

From I-55, take Exit 150 (Hwy 32) west, then make a quick left onto outer road (Hwy B). Continue 14 miles on Hwy B, turning left onto State Route WW at Coffman. Crown Valley Winery is 1/4 mile on the right. From US Hwy 67, take Hwy 32 east, through 4 stoplights. Continue straight on Hwy OO for 1 mile then left onto Hwy F. Continue 12 miles on Hwy F, turning right onto State Route WW at Coffman. Crown Valley Winery is 1/4 mile on the right.

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23589 Street Rt. WW, Ste. Genevieve, MO, US, 63670 Email:
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Fax: 573-756-2131
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rhodies says...
Norton Wine Review: An incredible wine industry investment in SE Missouri with land and facilities by Crown Valley Winery. Though one of the newer Missouri wine producers, Crown is also one of the leaders in pushing for Missouri wines recognition. We were lucky in missing the reported throngs that get bussed into this setting. Tastings are based on a basic or premier schedule. Since we were not interested in wines using "imported" California grapes, we still got the handsome glass with our basic fee. Our host had such a clever demeanor, I'm sure we bought more wine than we had originally bargained for. Great shipping price for case purchases (1 cent ain't bad) and that's after the applied case sales discount. Back to the Norton wine. Very middle-of-the-road for a Missouri Norton, be it their Norton-Chambourcin blend (Crown Red) or their 44 months in French and American oak barreled Norton. A new Australian vintner is now on the Crown Valley Winery scene since we were there last and it will be interesting to watch and taste differences in their Norton wines in the years to come.