The wine quality of the red wines was extremely poor. 3 of the 4 wines that I tasted were reduced. For those of you who don't know what that means, it's a wine fault that is characteristic of rotten eggs to a rotten cabbage like aroma. This happens to wine due to hydrogen sulfide or disulfide issues due to poor fermentation and/or handling/cellaring/bottling of the wine.
The other problem I found was that none of the wines were actually made at the winery. Almost all of the grapes used for the wine came from California and were either fermented there or made at another winery in Missouri (Les Bourgeois, Rocheport, MO). If I want California red or white wine at the price point that they're selling their wine at, I'd go else where in a heart beat! It's MISSOURI after all. If you're a winery, employ an estate winemaker and grow/buy local grapes (Norton and Vignoles for instance) to ferment on site and stop praying off of people's lack of wine education to make a quick buck. Wineries like this make the wine industry in Missouri look bad as a whole and honestly won't last long as the industry grows.
My recommendation: do something else at the Lake. If your looking for good wines look up Hermann, MO. That town is full of wineries that make excellent wine which is grown on the hills next to their wineries and they employ local people in all steps of the winemaking process.