New Oak Vineyards

(816) 240-2391 11644 Flournoy School Road
Wellington, MO 64097
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New Oak Vineyards was established in 1998 by the owners Tim and Barbara Gasperino whose dream was to produce their own wine from the fertile land located near the Missouri river in Lafayette county. The vineyard and winery are named after the Missouri mighty oak trees, which greatly influence the wines of Missouri, and the wines produced here at New Oak Vineyards. The difference between the taste of a local wine from a small winery and an imported, mass-produced wine is the distinctive fresh grape flavor. It’s like comparing concord grapes from the vine with grapes from the store. The vineyard grows six varieties of grapes. They include Norton, Chambourcin, St. Vincent, Chardonel, Vignoles, and Seyval and cover a total of 10 acres. The vineyard surrounds a 10 acre lake which provides enough water to irrigate the plants. The vineyard and winery is located near the historical town of Lexington on the Lewis and Clark trail. Lexington is known for the civil war Battle of Lexington fought in Sep.1861. Lexington also has the old Oliver Anderson mansion, restored and furnished in the mid-19th century. In Lexington you will also find many antique shops and Bed and Breakfasts. The winery exhibits the Italian Read more »

Varietals Produced by New Oak Vineyards View all

  • Vignoles

    Popular in northeastern and midwest regions of America, this white wine-producing hybrid produces an excellent desser...

  • Norton

    Norton was first created in the experimental garden of the eccentric Dr. Daniel Norton in 1820s Richmond, VA. His int...

  • Chambourcin

    Little is known about the exact parentage of Chambourcin. It was a hybrid developed by Joannes Seibel in the Loire Va...

  • Concord

    Concord started out as a chance hybrid between vitis vinifera and vitis labrusca. It was first introduced in 1843 by ...

  • Chardonel

      Grape: Chardonel Color: White   Main Regions: New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio. ...

  • Seyval Blanc

    Well suited to cool climates, this popular French-American hybrid is the second most planted vine in England, behind ...

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  • Last day in wine country (actually yesterday). Well this is it for this trip as far as being in the vineyards goes, might as well go out big. Started the day quite proper with a morning excursion to Iron Horse and their sampling of bubbles.  We've made this a must do since ever since our first pre-noon foray back in 2010.  Absolutely nothing as ... Read More

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  • Day 3, just when you thought it couldn't get any better. Yesterday was a hell of a day, great wine, great people and a lot of fun. Today we headed over the hill to the "other side" where we met up with Robin Akhurst, winemaker extraordinaire and just an all around great guy. We met Robin two years ago thru no other than our favorite local expert... Read More

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  • The CFO and I and four others are back in CA doing a weeks worth of tasting.  Today is the Sonoma Barrel tasting to be followed by a couple more days in Sonoma and two days in Napa. Reports to follow. Read More

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  • Let it be said that I purchase most of my wine at Total Wine & More.Here's how I do it and I am usually 95% satisfied with ALL of my purchases.I decide on the varietals I need first then shop in my price range for the highest rated and my tried and true favorites on Total Wine & More Website. From dry to sweet, white to red and to heavy cabs fro... Read More

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