Christmas movies, new and old, are starting to pop up on TV screens across the country.

One of those new movies was filmed in Missouri: “A Christmas Vintage” was filmed almost entirely in Hermann, except for a couple of scenes filmed at Lambert Airport in St. Louis.

Tammy Bruckerhoff is Director of Tourism for Hermann. She said the movie showcases the city’s wine industry.

“We actually have three of our wineries involved in the movie and it’s so exciting for our town,” Bruckerhoff told Missourinet. “The movie was actually written here specifically for Hermann and it was written in one of our coffee shops, essentially.”

She said she’s seen the movie at least five times already and calls it “wonderful.”

“It absolutely is 100% Missouri,” Bruckerhoff said. “Some of the scenes look like they might have been filmed on set, but none of it was filmed on set. It was all filmed live and in person in Hermann and at Lambert International (Airport).”

The movie was filmed last November, before there was any snowfall in Hermann – the opening scene features digitally-added snow falling to the ground during an aerial view of Hermann.

A Christmas Vintage can be seen on the streaming platforms Tubi, Peacock, and Pluto TV.

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