20 May 2008

Summit Hill Winery

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Bob and I took advantage of our lovely Missouri spring day to enjoy dinner al fresco at one of our favorite hang outs, the Summit Hill Winery. This winery showcases Missouri wines and has some great food. My favorite is that two bottles are named after local Catholic churches and $1 of a purchase of a bottle of "their" wine goes to that church!


17 comments :

  1. What a fabulous place to dine...
    happy day,bj

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  2. Now that looks like contentment!
    Becky K.

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  3. Sounds like a lovely way to spend the day!

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  4. It's lunch time and that shrimp looks "divine" - gotta go eat now!!!

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  5. Sounds fabulous! Great pictures! Miss you! Check in soon! :-)

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  6. Wonderful photos and what a sweet place to be. I always loved the Missouri Wine Trail!

    I have been thinking about you...

    Love,
    Sue

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  7. YUMM-O! That sounds great. We discovered a little wine place down in Granbury, Texas (they make their own wine and sell it - no grapevines to look at, though. lol). Anyway, they have THE best wine...the cranberry shiraz and the grapefruit Rio red are both soooo good. It's best I don't head to Granbury too often. I'd be too tempted to become a wino. lololol

    Kari

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  8. Hi Terri,
    We've stopped there a couple of times for a glass of wine on the terrace. We've never had a meal there..we should do that sometime! It's such a beautiful place. When we were there I felt like I was in Provence.

    Pat

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  9. Wow...what a way to spend the day. Yum, that dish looks delish!

    Hugs!
    Kat

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  10. So glad to see you Terri...or actually I'm seeing Bob, hearing from you. We have a place near Charleston called Moncks Corner, named after the Monestery where the Moncks made mead and wine...they're still there to this day! If you ever get down this way, you should stop in and visit them...
    so glad you're back in, I've missed you
    hugs
    Sandi

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  11. Being in Washington state...I have heard that there are a LOT of wineries here...I think my DH and I should go on a field trip sometime and check them out!

    Hugs,
    Robin

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  12. Truly a lovely way to spend the day! And great shot of BOB! Handsome guy that he is! And the food looks heavenly. Miss you and hope to see you soon on my blog! Hugs!

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  13. What a great way to spend the day!

    It's been wonderful visiting your lovely blog. Take care.

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  14. Dinner looks wonderful, as does the scenery. And in fact Bob does too!

    I love the wine/church donation idea!
    Becky

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  15. Thinking about you Terri, hope you and Bob are well...
    Sandi

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  16. Sounds like a lovely way to spend the day :o) I have been thinking about you and your family and hope you are all staying safe with all this crazy weather we have been having lately?!?! Today is the first day we haven't had some kind of storm...........
    ~Des

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  17. Terri, where are you? Miss seeing you around!

    Kari

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