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Visit MO

10/11/2014

Visit Mo.com has information on the Glasgow Civil War Reenactment

MO Wine Please "Top 10 Wineries 2013"

02/27/2014

If you have not visited the "MO Wine Please" site please take a minute to check them out.  Davina and Michael have the best adventures in Missouri and have a list of their favorite 2013 wineries.

Closed Christmas Day

12/25/2013

Merry Christmas to you and your family and friends

Close early Christmas Eve

12/24/2013

We will be open from 11am to 3pm Wednesday, Christmas Eve

Merry Christmas


KOMU interview

10/25/2013

Gene Marksbury teamed up with Michael Fuller, a professor of archeology and anthropology at St. Louis Community College, to recreate wine from centuries-old recipes. Fuller discovered three separate wine recipes during archaeological digs in the Middle East.

Interview by India Everett of  KOMU News

http://www.komu.com/news/wine-tourism-helping-glasgow/

Visit MO

10/01/2013

Visit MO.com will give you ideas for your next adventure right here in our state. 

http://www.visitmo.com/bushwhacker-bend-winery.aspx

Vox Talks about Medieval Wines

09/17/2013

Article written by the students in the Wine Country writing class taught by Nina Furstenau.  Vox Talks is the daily news and views about mid-Missouri culture and entertainment.
Students in the Wine Country Writing class, taught by Nina Furstenau, will be getting a chanc - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.BaoKoa82.dpuf
tudents in the Wine Country Writing class, taught by Nina Furstenau, will be getting a chance to - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.BaoKoa82.dpuf
tudents in the Wine Country Writing class, taught by Nina Furstenau, will be getting a chance to - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.BaoKoa82.dpuf

http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/
Bushwhacker Bend Winery, located in Glasgow, opened its doors in October 2011. Since then, owner and winemaker Gene Marksbury has been experimenting with new wines and even a mead. - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.ATiqKyHd.dpuf
Bushwhacker Bend Winery, located in Glasgow, opened its doors in October 2011. Since then, owner and winemaker Gene Marksbury has been experimenting with new wines and even a mead. - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.ATiqKyHd.dpuf
Bushwhacker Bend Winery, located in Glasgow, opened its doors in October 2011. Since then, owner and winemaker Gene Marksbury has been experimenting with new wines and even a mead. - See more at: http://www.voxmagazine.com/blog/2013/09/bushwhacker-bend-experiments-with-medieval-wine-recipes/#sthash.ATiqKyHd.dpuf

Midwest Wine Press Article

03/03/2013

An archaeologist with a passion for ancient winemaking techniques has teamed up with Bushwhacker Bend Winery in Glasgow, Missouri. Michael Fuller, an archaeology professor from St. Louis, Missouri plans to make three wines from ancient and medieval recipes. The herbed red wine, a wine from Persian quinces and a medieval style mead are due for commercial release starting later this year.

A home winemaker for many years, Professor Fuller’s interest in ancient wines was sparked in the 1990s excavating a thousand year old monastery in Tell Tuneinir, Syria along a branch of the Euphrates River. While Syria is currently synonymous with a war zone, the Phoenicians made wine in Syria thousands of  years ago. ”We found an ancient winery with the crushing vats, fermentation vats and the wine jars. (See Link for more of the story)

http://midwestwinepress.com/2013/03/03/recreating-ancient-wines-using-midwest-ingredients/

The Glasgow Missourian

10/21/2011

Bushwhacker Bend Winery was featured in "The Glasgow Missourian" on Thursday, October 21, 2011. For those of you that get this newspaper, check out the great article!