The investor wants to transform Augusta into a national destination
AUGUSTA, Missouri (AP) – A Florida investor with Missouri roots is spending an estimated $ 100 million in hopes of turning a Missouri Wine Country region into a destination that will draw visitors from across the country.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that David Hoffmann, CEO of the Hoffmann family of Cos., Spent months buying land in the small town of Augusta along Route 94 in St. Charles County. , including four of Augusta’s five wineries, including at least 750 acres of vines. He sees the area as Missouri’s own version of Napa Valley.