Trenton Chamber of Commerce to sponsor weekend trip to Hermann, Missouri

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The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce announces plans to sponsor an August weekend trip and tours of the historic community of Hermann, Missouri.

Those dates are August 26th through the 28th. Details are to be posted on the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce website as well as in pamphlets that have been produced.

The itinerary includes on Friday, August 26th, a tour,  and tasting at Stone Hill Winery; and a narrated bus tour about the heritage and culture of this German village.

The schedule August 27th includes wine tasting at Hermann Hof Winery with ten stone cellars; a tour of the 160-acre living history
farm; tasting of fresh and smoked sausages and bratwursts at the Hermann Wurst Haus; shopping the downtown area; wine tasting and dinner at the Oak Glenn Winery. The August 28
th schedule includes a tour of the Our Lady of Sorrows Shrine. The landscape includes the Shrine chapel, St. Martin’s Church, and unique grottos. Another wine-tasting opportunity is listed at the “Endless Summer” winery which is described as specializing in fruit wines.

Promotional information indicates seven wineries in and around Hermann Missouri account for more than a third of the states’ total production. More than 150 buildings at Hermann are on the National Register of Historic Places.

The cost including tours, lodging, three meals, and transportation is 415 dollars for one person; 321 dollars for each of two persons; or 292 dollars for each of three persons sharing a room. Again, further details and to make reservations, contact the Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce. 

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