Indian Hills Winery


Martie and Nicole Sifford
9625 CR 250
Puxico, MO 63960
County: Stoddard
Business: 573-222-3709

About Us

My wife Nicole and I (Martie), own Indian Hills Vines and Wines. I have been a country boy all my life except for the four years I spent in the United States Air Force. You know the old saying , ” You can take

the boy out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the boy.” I have done all kinds of farming from gardens to hogs. I have tried about everything. My father and I had cattle and were doing custom hay baling for several years. Because of my allergies and my father’s retirement we got out of farming. I now teach fourth grade at our local school district.

I have always been a dreamer and was looking for something to do. My wife Nicole Siffordand I were sitting at a winery one day in the spring of 2005 enjoying a great glass of wine, when I turned to her and said, “you know, I think we can do this.” After the look I got, you know the one, you’re crazy or here we go again, we went home, talked it over and decided to make this our next dream.

That summer we ordered 500 Chambourcin vines and started planting in the Spring of 2006. We now have around 1030 vines of both red and white varieties and a place to make wine commercially. Nicole and I love meeting new people and visiting with them. We look forward to meeting and talking with you. Hope to see you soon.

Our Products

  • Beverages
  • Missouri Grown Locator
  • Wine
  • Winery

Product Description

Please refer to our website for our offerings at


We want to make sure you can find your way to Indian Hills. Below are directions.


Take Hwy 51 approximately 2.6 miles north of Puxico to blacktopped county road 254.
Turn right on CR 254 and drive approximately 2.6 miles (to the end). The road changes to gravel after about 1.7 miles.

Turn right on CR 250 and travel about 9/10 (.9) miles to Indian Hills Winery and Vineyards on the left.

The lane to Indian Hills is located on the left in a curve of CR 250. You should be able to see vineyards up the lane.


Missouri Grown is a program of the Missouri Department of Agriculture.

Contact: 573-522-1179 |