With more than 160 years of rich winemaking heritage, Stone Hill Winery is an intriguing union of old world history and new world technology.
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The Vineyards of Stone Hill Winery
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Rocky Top Vineyard
The Rocky Top Vineyard is named for the sandstone bedrock that sticks out of the ground along its eastern perimeter. The vineyard is located 6.5 miles south of Hermann on Highway 19. The soil is a relatively shallow Weingarten silt loam. Elevation is 880 to 900 feet. This four-acre vineyard is planted entirely to Chambourcin.
First planted in the spring of 2004, the Morre Vineyard is our newest and now largest site. The vineyard is located 14.5 miles south of Hermann on Highway 19 just south of the Hermann Viticultural Appellation. Morre Vineyard lies between 860 to 950 feet of elevation. The soil on this site is a Union silt loam. Currently, the vineyard is planted to 16 acres of Concord, 20 acres of Vignoles, 18 acres of Traminette and 18 acres of Catawba vines.
Our Winery Vineyard is located on the north slope of the Hermann winery property. The beautiful view of Hermann with this vineyard in the foreground has become a favorite scene for painters and photographers. This is our smallest vineyard, measuring slightly over one-acre and is planted entirely to the Norton grape. The soil is a Menfro silt loam. The elevation on this site is 560 to 620 feet.
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