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St. James Winery Recognized as One of Top 15 Wineries Worldwide

St. James, MO – St. James Winery recently placed in the top 15 of the World Association of Wine and Spirits Writers and Journalists annual list of the 100 Top Wineries in the World. This year St. James Winery has won three major international competitions, received 13 Best of Class awards, and earned more than […]

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Think Outside the Bottle

Labor Day Weekend is coming up, the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy the late summer sunshine. Take St. James Winery wines along with you. It’s easy when you think outside the bottle…to the 1 liter pouch and the 3 liter box! St. James Winery’s Friendship School White (Pacific Rim Grand Champion & Long […]

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August is Vignoles Month

August is Vignoles Month in Missouri! A versatile, French-American hybrid grape, Vignoles is a favorite at St. James Winery because it is so uniquely suited to flourishing in Missouri’s Ozark Highlands AVA. Our Vignoles is a perfect balance of sweet fruit and citrus zing. This delicious white wine features crisp grapefruit and pineapple flavors which […]

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Grand Champion Status for Friendship School White

For years St. James Winery has said, “Friendship School White very well may be the perfect white wine.” Now we’ve got proof! The 2014 Pacific Rim Wine Competition selected St. James Winery’s Friendship School White wine as its Grand Champion, besting approximately 1,200 other wines entered to be named top wine at the 29th annual […]

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Back to School — Friendship School!

St. James WInery Wine Pouches

It’s back to school time — Friendship School wine time! For years people have loved St. James Winery’s Friendship School White and Friendship School Red wines for their high quality and great value. But they’re also a perennial favorite because of their versatility. Here are some of our favorite ways to indulge in these two […]

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St. James Winery Introduces New Eco-Friendly Pouches

St. James WInery Wine Pouches

This summer St. James Winery is thinking outside the bottle! For the first time, St. James Winery’s popular Friendship School line of wines – Friendship School Red and Friendship School White – are available in convenient, outdoor-friendly pouches. Enjoy these fun, easy-drinking wines in any setting. Lightweight and portable with a built-in, cut-out handle, each […]

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St. James Winery has Exceptional Year at Los Angeles International

St. James Winery at Los Angeles Wine Competition

Eight St. James Winery wines received 90 points or better, including two 97 point ratings, at the 2013 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition, held May 15 and 16 at the Los Angeles County Fair. The LA Wine & Spirits Competition uses a 100 point rating scale for gold medal winning wines. Best of […]

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Magical Tastes

At St. James Winery there aren’t any tricks involved in making our delicious wines. Still, sometimes when we taste the results, we wonder if maybe there was a little bit of magic involved after all. Certainly, the results of the 2012 wine competition year have been magical. Here’s how some of your favorite wines have […]

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Doubly Good

This year the Indy International Wine Competition was doubly good to St. James Winery as two of our wines — Friendship School White and the 2011 Rougeon Rose — brought home Double Gold medals! St. James Winery had an additional handful of gold medals for: Blackberry Wine Blueberry Wine Peach Wine Strawberry Wine Stock up […]

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Twenty-One a Lucky Number for St. James Winery

St. James Winery - Missouri's largest and most awarded winery

If St. James Winery were playing blackjack, it would have definitely come up a winner at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition by hitting 21! Twenty-one bottles of wine were shipped from St. James, Missouri to California for the competition, and when it was all said and done, each one of those bottles came home […]

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