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Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery

Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery We invite you to visit Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery at Barrett Hill Farm in Union, Maine. Today, the sloping Wild Blueberry fields and herd of Belted Galloway beef cattle continue a farming tradition that spans over 200 years. In 2002, we set out to shape and assure our farm's future by adding a vineyard with several varieties of cold hardy hybrid grapes. At the winery, we use traditional, small scale methods to hand craft a diverse selection of wines from a diverse selection of fruit. Come take a stroll past our blueberry fields to the vineyard, where you can picnic or simply enjoy the view.

15 miles west of Rockland, 30 miles east of Augusta. Barrett Hill Road is off Route 17, directly across from the intersection of Route 131 South. The Winery is located at 174 Barrett Hill Road - .3 miles from Route 17.

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174 Barrett Hill Road, Union, ME, US, 04862 Email:
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  Apple Wine
Made from a unique blend of Maine apples and fermented and aged in stainless steel. Semi Sweet
  Barn Red
In honor of our classic 1790's barn. Made from our Leon Millot grapes harvested at the peak of ripeness. Fermented with extended skin contact and aged in American Oak.
  Come Spring
Named for the Ben Ames Williams novel about the founders of our town. A blend our Leon Millot and Marechal Foch grapes, fermented to dryness with short skin contact. After a short aging in American Oak the remainder of the aging is done in stainless steel tanks.
  Daybreak Blush
Primarily from our Cayuga grapes, blended with a small amount of Marechal Foch. Residual sugar; 2.5%.
  Marechal Foch Rosé
A rosé using our own Marechal Foch grapes, crushed and pressed cold with little skin contact. Fermented in stainless steel tanks. Residual sugar; 1.5%
  Seyval Blanc
Our answer to Chardonnay, fermented to dryness and aged in American Oak.


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