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Lost Oak Winery

Lost Oak Winery TIf you are looking for a family-friendly atmosphere, a relaxed patio setting, a great place for a picnic, a Texas winery and vineyard, an outdoor wedding venue or just looking for things to do near Fort Worth, Lost Oak Winery is a perfect option. We are a family-owned and operated winery just south of Fort Worth. Our desire is to provide you with a relaxed place to enjoy good, quality Texas wine, wine tastings and entertainment. We'd love to host your shower, birthday, wedding, or your Friday night out. Check out some of our hosted events. We are located in Burleson in close proximity to Fort Worth hotels, Fort Worth Convention Center, the Stockyards, Sundance Square, Mansfield, Arlington, Cleburne and the entire DFW metroplex! Although a short trip, it will feel like you've left the city behind. Our winery and vineyard offer a picturesque setting located on the banks of Village Creek with five acres of cultivated vineyards, stately oak trees and winding walking paths; spend the afternoon here!

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2116 FM 731, Burleson, TX, US, 76028 Email: info@loneoakwinery.com
Phone: 817-426-6625 Web: www.lostoakwinery.com
Fax: 817-426-4235
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Products



  Blanc du Bois
Pale yellow with a delightful scent of flowers in the springtime. On the palate we detect green apple, grapefruit, and more flowers.
  Cabernet Sauvignon
Pleasing dark colors of red and purple is the first impression this wine makes. A rich nose of cherry and red berry fruit combines perfectly with a full, fruity body. Smooth tannins with just a hint of oak complete the package. This wine should pour well for the next ten years.
  Chardonique
Smell and taste the apple of the Chardonnay and the mango and pineapple of the Chardonel. This wine has been a favorite of both our dry and sweet wine drinkers.
  Crimson Oak
Crimson Oak is a wonderful addition to the line of fine red wines from Lone Oak Winery. This is a big, full bodied wine with lots of fresh strawberry and hints of cherry on the palate. Minimal oak aging compliments the fruit character of this wine while adding to the flavor profiles and structure. A nice, lingering aftertaste will make this wine one to remember. Bottled March 15, 2008. Good now through 2013.
  Dolce Rouge
A pleasantly sweet red table wine made at our winery at Lone Oak from the classic European wine grapes. The sweetness of this wine combines perfectly with the red wine character of the grapes to give a truly balanced taste. This wine is a perfect compliment to sweet sauces and desserts or when you just want to sit on the porch and sip a fine wine while the sun sets.
  Fiore Bianco
White blends can take on their own personality with just the right combination of flavors, and in our Fiore Bianco, the Muscat comes through. Softened by the Malvasia Bianca, the Muscat and Blanc du Bois make this wine pop!
  Hog Wild
A bold Bordeaux blend consisting of 69% Merlot, 18% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Petit Verdot, and 1% Malbec. The name “Hog Wild” was derived from an invasion at the Valley View Vineyards by wild Ferrell Hogs that devoured 75% of the 2004 crop.
  Merlot
Long a hallmark of Lone Oak wines, black cherry is again the signature of this robust, full-bodied Merlot that lingers on the finish. Though limited in production, this 2006 Merlot is a stellar example of how meticulous care and attention to detail make a great wine. This unfiltered wine was hand bottled on November 3, 2007 after 15 months of aging in French oak.
  Mosaic
As the fall leaves begin to change and the sunsets in North Texas become even more beautiful, we are reminded of the year's bountiful harvest. Fall is like a mosaic of life and all that is good - a blending and tapestry such that if one element is missing, the experience is not the same. So it is with a fine wine. If one element is missing or out of proportion with the others, it simply is not the same experience. This Merlot, Cabernet and Malbec is clearly the mosaic of a finely blended wine.
  Port
“Ruby” Port was originally developed during the Seventeenth Century and is distinct because it is younger and more fruit forward than its “Tawny” Port cousin. Our Ruby Port is made from locally grown grapes blended at crush and aged for 24 months in French Oak to achieve a smooth, full-bodied wine with strong cherry flavors and hints of leather and oak- a fine balance between complexity and elegance which maintains the finesse of a true Port wine.
  Red Roan
Strong, sturdy, dependable are words that invoke the image of the North Texas horse country and the horses that are raised and trained here. These words also describe our newest release - a blend of 64% Tempranillo with 36% Cabernet Sauvignon. The intense flavor profile of this wine is similar in style to some of those in the Rhone valley of southern France. Thus we have named this wine “Red Roan” to reflect not only its style but to also honor the many horse ranchers within a few miles of Lone Oak Winery.
  Shiraz
The long awaited, unfiltered Shiraz was hand bottled on November 3, 2007. This wine, tasted by many from the barrel, is defined by Owner Gene Estes’ statement that differences in oak can determine the wine. Alternating between French and American Oak, we believe that we have achieved a balance that best complements this variety . Lone Oak Winery is pleased to release this first, very limited edition of our own carefully selected estate-grown Shiraz .
  Tempranillo
A medium-bodied red with characters of red berry and persimmon. One year in American oak gives this wine a nice hint of smoky vanilla and a very smooth finish. Close your eyes and you'll think you're in Rioja.
  Viognier
Viognier is emerging as one of the better varietals for Texas. Classic Viognier aromas of peach and pear are wonderfully apparent in this wine. A welcome alternative to oaky and heavy Chardonnay. The smooth fruity finish just completes the package and really gives it that "Wow" factor.

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