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Les Bourgeois Winery

Les Bourgeois Winery
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Location Columbia, Missouri, USA
Appellation Missouri Rhineland
Founded 1985
Known for Concord, Riverboat Red, Riverboat White, Pink Fox, Solay, LaBelle, Premium Claret, Jeunette Rouge, Fleur Du Vin, Port, LBV Brut Sparkling Wine
Distribution Regional (Missouri, Louisiana, Illinois, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas)
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Les Bourgeois Winery and Vineyards, Missouri's third largest winery,[1] is in Rocheport, Missouri in the Columbia Metropolitan Area. The winery produces over 120,000 gallons of wine a year, sold locally as well as distributed through the Midwest.[2] Properties owned by the company include a 35-acre (140,000 m2) resort area with vineyards, a restaurant, an A-frame and casual picnic/outdoor wine garden overlooking the Missouri River, and a 34,000-square-foot (3,200 m2) production facility.

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