DAILY WINE TASTINGS
Wine tastings are $7 for five preselected wines, which we change weekly. You can add any additional wines to your tasting experience for $1 each. All of our wines are available by the glass or bottle. You can open a bottle and enjoy it while you explore our tasting room or take wine home to enjoy later.
We offer a 5% discount on the purchase of six bottles of wine and a 10% discount on the purchase of 12 bottles.
LOCAL BEER TASTINGS
We offer a variety of local beers on tap that are available for tastings or to enjoy by the glass. Our menu is always changing with seasonal beers and new offerings. You can build your own flight of four beers for $8 and additional beer tastings are $1 each. Everything is available to enjoy by the glass and some are even available in cans or bottles to take home.
While you are visiting, enjoy some small plates featuring our favorite local cheeses, breads and spreads. Our plates feature cheese from Green Dirt Farms in Weston, Mo., and Shatto Milk Company in Osborn, Mo., fresh baked bread from Kansas City’s Farm to Market Bread Company and spreads from KC Canning Company.
Cheese Plate $8
Locally produced Green Dirt Farm and Shatto cheeses with Farm to Market baguette and rosemary fig jam from KC Canning Co.
Plowman’s Platter $10
Volpi Genoa and Sopressata Salami, Green Dirt Farm cheese, Boulevard Pale Ale Mustard, olives and Farm to Market baguette.
Farm to Market Crackers $2
Locally produced crackers sprinkled with toasted parmesan cheese.
Olive Boat $4
THE STORY BEHIND OUR TASTING ROOM
Amigoni Urban Winery is located in the historic Daily Drovers Telegram Newspaper in the Stockyards District of the West Bottoms.
The building was constructed in 1909, and for 50 years was a daily newspaper for the livestock industry. The front tasting room was the newsroom and our barrel room is where they had the press. If you look closely near the back of the room, there is still ink visible on the ceiling! Jay Neff, who ran the Daily Drovers Telegram newspaper was mayor of Kansas City from 1904-1905. A journalism building at the University of Missouri is now named after him.
Our designer John O’Brien, owner of the Dolphin Gallery in our neighborhood, restored our space to the majestic look of the era and truly recycled a building, with over 24 reclaimed doors and tile resembling the early 1900’s.
Tasting of 5 Wines
NO RESERVATION NEEDED