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Oak Knoll Winery

Oak Knoll Winery Oak Knoll is an independent, family-owned winery with two main goals: to continue producing (while always seeking to improve) some of the best wines in Oregon; and to consistently offer some of the best wine values in America. Founded in 1970, Oak Knoll Winery is an historic Oregon wine site.

Directions
FROM PORTLAND: Take Highway 26 west out of downtown Portland. After the tunnel, go approximately 16 miles to exit #57 (Glencoe Road – North Plains). Turn left at the signal and proceed south on Glencoe Road four miles into Hillsboro. Glencoe Road becomes First Avenue as you drive through Hillsboro, then becomes Highway 219 as you leave Hillsboro. Continue south on Highway 219 for four miles, then turn left onto Burkhalter Road (marked by a blue Oak Knoll Winery sign). Go one-half mile to the stop sign. Burkhalter Road continues to the right; go another quarter-mile to Oak Knoll Winery (on your right) at 29700 SW Burkhalter Road. FROM MCMINNVILLE - DUNDEE - NEWBERG: From the Yamhill County wine area, take Highway 99 north to Newberg. In Newberg, take Highway 219 north towards Hillsboro. You will climb over the Chehalem Mountain ridge. When you reach South Scholls, Highway 219 turns to the left. Continue for 6 miles until you see the signs for Oak Knoll Winery. You will turn right onto Burkhalter Road and go one-half mile to a stop sign. Burkhalter Road continues to the right; go another quarter-mile to Oak Knoll Winery (on the right) at 29700 SW Burkhalter Road. Our Tasting Room is open 11-5 daily except for major holidays.


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29700 SW Burkhalter Road, Hillsboro, OR, US, 97123 Email: info@oakknollwinery.com
Phone: 800-625-5665 Web: www.oakknollwinery.com
Fax: 503-648-3377
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Products



  2005 Pinot Noir, Vintage Reserve
This is the most recent Vintage Reserve release sine our 2001. We only make a reserve when a vintage shows exceptional quality and true characteristics of the Pinot Noir grape. This limited production has had extended time in French Oak to enhance it's inherent character. With a devotion to quality possible only through personal attention, every bottle is made with the philosophy to produce an exquisite had crafted Pinot Noir. On the palate this wine is supple and round with flavors of smoky fruits and spices.
  2005 Red Hill Pinot Noir
From the Umpqua Valley, the Red Hill vineyard has its own characteristics, producing aromas of cherry, clove, and leather. On the palate the wine is supple and round. This wine possesses a fruit forward style that is ready to drink.
  2006 Oregon Chardonnay
An elegant dry white wine with subtle notes of green apple, melon, and spice. This Burgundian style Chardonnay emphasizes finesse and balance rather than power, with a pleasing crisp texture and long, clean finish. The absence of oak brings out the true flavors of quality chardonnay grapes. This delicious wine will complement a wide range of foods, particularly poultry and seafood.
  2006 Oregon Pinot Gris Willamette Valley
The 2004 Pinot Gris bursts from the glass with intense fruit aromas. Irresistible fruit flavors are supported by an elegantly rich texture and a surprisingly crisp finish. The absence of oak and superb acid balance allows the subtle floral, mineral, and spice notes to deftly add complexity to the dominant fruitiness. Late harvested grapes from the high elevation Cloudrest Vineyard contribute unique grassy meadow subtleties to the finished wine.
  2006 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
This wine exhibits a beautiful garnet color and aromas of dark cherry, red currant with a bit of vanilla finish from the oak barrels. The wine is heartier bodied than our 2005 vintage with a very nice balanced structure.
  2007 Muller Thurgau
Muller Thurgau is a variety that is a crossing of Riesling and Sylvaner…. It is early maturing and grows well in cool climates, most known in Germany, Austria, New Zealand and Oregon. Delicious, fruity & lightly aromatic. Perfect for summer sipping or pairing with our region's abundant seafood. Available exclusively in our tasting room and online
  2007 Oregon White Riesling Willamette Valley
This semi-sweet, Spatlese-style Riesling exhibits aromas of honeysuckle and pear followed by crisp apple-like flavors accented by honey and floral notes. A cold, wet April delayed bud break, but then came the scorching July heat wave. We had 21 days over 90 degrees, which was only two days short of the all-time record. These vineyard blocks of Riesling were some of the oldest in the Willamette Valley (planted in the mid-1970's).
  American Niagara
Do you remember drinking grape juice as a kid? Oak Knoll has made the adult version - Brings back memories of your youth. After many requests for a sweet red wine here is our version. Grape juice with a kick. Available exclusively in our tasting room and online.
  Frambrosia Oregon Raspberry Wine Willamette Valley
Frambrosia Oregon Raspberry wine takes the category of "berry wine" to a new height. Fine wine shops and restaurants seek out this wine for its pure, concentrated depth of flavor, and its ability to match exquisitely with a wide range of desserts. As an alternative to late harvest wine, port, or sherry -- Frambrosia is a delight to anyone who enjoys the true essence of this marvelous fruit.

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