MISSOURI — The month of September brings with it all the stables of fall – Friday night football, pumpkin spice everything, trips to the pumpkin patch with the family – but what about a little something for the adults?

Well, you’re in luck. September is Missouri Wine Month and KMZU’s Brian Lock was able to chat with Executive Director of the Missouri Wine and Grape Board Jim Anderson, who invites Missourians (who are 21 or older, of course) to get out this month and sample some of the wines produced right here in the Show-Me State.

Click below to hear their conversation, which aired Tuesday on KMZU.

 

Agritourism is a rapidly growing sector of Missouri’s economy and Anderson said that the agritourism trend is helping boost Missouri’s wine business.