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Oakvale Wines

Established in 1893 we are proud to be one of the oldest working wineries in the Hunter Valley and privileged to be part of one of Australia’s oldest and most well-known wine regions.

Family owned and operated, we are passionate about all facets of winemaking. We strive to produce unique and distinctive premium handcrafted wines which are a true reflection of both the region and our uncompromising approach to winemaking.

Our wines are sold exclusively through our Cellar Door which nestles serenely at the base of the Brokenback Range. Here our friendly and knowledgeable staff are available seven days a week to help wine lovers of all levels explore our range of wines and discover the unique characteristics of the Hunter.

Featured Products
2014 Shiraz

Hand-picked, fermented in open vats and stored in fine oak for 12 months.

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2014 Apple Cider

Hand-picked and basket pressed, this sparkling alcoholic Cider is made from 100% Australian apples.

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2014 Ablington Vineyard Chardonnay

Wild ferment Chardonnay in neutral old oak, no added acids, cultured yeast, bacteria, finings. A true expression of a single site Chardonnay.

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Kateland Carr
5 February 2016 | Kateland Carr

Winemaking Action 2016!

Slow and steady does it for the 2016 vintage. So far we have received our Verdelho and Semillon grapes with more to come soon! We've decided to do a few new things this year just to add a little spice to life.  Continue »

Kateland Carr
2 December 2015 | Kateland Carr

Vineyard Update

Bud Burst, Flowering, Fruit Set, Veraison... Those are the four main stages of grape development. While February to April is the busiest time of year in the wine industry there is still plenty to do in the months leading up to harvest time.  Continue »