Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery is located in the picturesque rolling farmland of Union, Maine. The 95 acre diversified farm supports production of a vineyard with ten varieties of cold hardy, hybrid grapes as well as 15 acres of wild blueberries, naturally raised Belted Galloway beef cattle, pork and poultry.
This family owned farm dates back to the 1790’s, and it continues today by creatively tying the roots of the past to progressive uses of today. Maine’s harsh climate is difficult for growing grapes, but by utilizing an excellent site and selecting some of the most cold tolerant varieties, Savage Oakes’ vineyard has become the state’s most productive. Today, the award winning winery produces fifteen wines from grapes and wild blueberries, grown right on the farm.