Oak Knoll Winery

Oak Knoll Winery is built on the site of a dairy farm and incorporates some of the historic structures dating back to 1917. This former dairy is located in the pastoral farmlands of Washington County, eighteen miles west of Portland, Oregon, in an agriculturally zoned and protected area. The name Oak Knoll was previously used by one of the dairies on this site and refers to a hillside of oak trees located directly across from the winery’s main entrance. Three brick grain silos still stand on the property, and the main wine cellar was once a milking parlor.

he Winery, Oak Knoll, is the oldest winery in Washington County, and first achieved notoriety for Pinot Noir when the 1980 Vintage-Select bottling won Best of Show and the Governor’s Trophy at the 1983 Oregon State Fair wine competition. One of the judges at that event was famed California winemaker and consultant Andre Tschelistcheff. When he learned who made the Best of Show wine, he phoned Ron Vuylsteke and told him: “I have spent the past fifty years of my life searching for the world’s finest Pinot Noirs, and yours is among the greatest I have ever tasted.”

Oak Knoll Winery
29700 SW Burkhalter Road
Hillsboro, OR 97123 USA

Phone: (503) 648-8198
Toll Free: (800) 625-5665

Fax: (503) 648-3377

E-Mail: info@oakknollwinery.com

Office Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PST
Monday through Friday.

Tasting Room Hours:

May to September
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(Monday-Friday)
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Saturday-Sunday)
October to April
11am to 5 p.m. (Open Daily)

We are closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas eve, and Christmas Day.