“Offering sustainably grown wine grapes, strawberries, blackberries, vegetables and goose eggs.”

Etlah Hills Vineyard was founded in 2006. We have never used man made chemical fertilizers or pesticides on their vineyard. Peggy is a master naturalist and volunteers at Shaw Nature Reserve as a naturalist instructor. Peggy also volunteers with the St. Louis Audubon Society’s Bring Conservation Home project. We view our entire farm as habitat for native flora and fauna, and try to intervene with nature as little as possible in our farming operation. We have learned that Norton grapes make delicious jelly and juice in addition to making great tasting wine.

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Etlah, MO

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Peggy Menke




More about our Farm

Farm Size

1.5 acres


Norton grapes

Conservation Practices

  • No-till
  • Riparian herbaceous cover
  • Pollinator habitat enhancement plan
  • Nutrient management plan
  • Integrated pest management

Additional Practices

  • Soil testing
  • Dry farming (no irrigation)
  • Compost production
  • Erosion management system
  • Rain gardens
  • On-farm propogation