2014-06-14 Movie Night in the Vineyard at St. James Winery Vineyard Cottage

Movie Night in the Vineyard at St. James Winery Vineyard Cottage

Movie Night in the Vineyard!
Join us Saturday, June 14 for Casablanca!

Presents: Set in unoccupied Africa during the early days of World War II: An American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications.

From IMDb.com


No outside alcohol, but please feel free to bring your own food or non-alcoholic beverages. Must be 21 to purchase, ID required.

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

Opens at 5:30pm, Movie starts at sunset.

19506 CR 1000 St. James, MO | Call 573 261 3352 or visit StJamesWinery.com for more info!

About St. James Winery

For more than 40 years St. James Winery has been producing unique regional wines. We make wines that reflect the natural character of each of our grape varieties and of the special place they are grown: the Ozark Highlands.

Constant research and development, plus a splash of innovation, in the vineyards and throughout the winemaking process bring us excellent results. From the handling of the grapes in the vineyards, where our unique grape varieties are matched with each microclimate and soil type, to the choice of yeasts, which are carefully selected to complement our varietals, our winemakers test, taste and fine tune. From the barreling and aging to the bottling of our wines we work to make sure the one-of-a-kind flavor profiles of our distinct varietals shine.

Our hard work in the vineyards and winery has paid off. St. James Winery is consistently one of the top gold medal winning wineries in the country. Our customers’ love of our fruit forward style has made us one of the top selling regional wineries in the United States.

This region was settled by Italian immigrants who brought a rich wine tradition. Our logo is a one room school house. This building is adjacent to our vineyards and honors the families that began the wine tradition in the area.

Before Prohibition, Missouri was the second largest wine-producing state in the US. When the 18th amendment passed, much of the wine industry was destroyed and did not begin to return until the late 1960s and 70s.

The Hofherr family opened St. James Winery in 1970, with an original production of 8,000 gallons. This offering included the now familiar Velvet Red, Velvet White, and Pink Catawba. Velvet Red is still our best seller. The winery remains a family company.

During the last 40 years St. James has become a leader in the Midwest industry, remaining in the top ten most medaled wineries in the country every year for the last decade. St. James Winery now produces more than 500,000 gallons of wine per year. Our wines are sold in 18 states.