Savage Oakes Vineyard & Winery

Savage Oaks Vineyard and Winery in Union, Maine is a wonderful place to visit during your stay with us.  The breathtaking 95 acre working farm grows its own grapes to produce their wine.  The farm also is home to Belted Galloway cows, among other animals and to fields of wild blueberries.  They offer a wine tasting daily from 11-5 and for $5 you can take a 45 minute guided tour of the property

Tour information from their website:

“Maine has a well deserved reputation for producing high quality products and friendly, helpful people. This attitude is well represented in the farming community. Our farm winery offers a unique look at the “ins and outs” of Maine farming. We incorporate the modern tools of today with the proven time tested traditions of the past. Our 45 minute guided tour includes a walk out to Maine’s most productive vineyard, consisting of 10 different hybrid, cold tolerant grapes located on a hillside where Belted Galloway cattle used to graze. Along the way we’ll stop at our 15 acre wild blueberry field. This field has been producing wild blueberries for hundreds of years because wild blueberries aren’t planted, you either have them or you don’t. Maine is the nation’s top producer of wild blueberries. If you’re lucky, maybe you can find a few around the edge of the field to try. On our way back to the tasting room keep a look out for our Belted Galloway Cattle grazing in the fields or relaxing under the trees. Some refer to the breed as “Oreo Cookie” cows. Once you see them, you’ll know why. Back at the tasting room we’ll take a tour of the winery. We are small but efficient, proving you don’t have to be big to be good. Lastly, we’ll go into the tasting room where you will have a chance to try the wines. Each wine has a story.”

 
 

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