Double Oak Vineyard & Winery

VISITING DOUBLE OAK

Double Oak welcomes you!

Double Oak ~ Tasting Room Open Times     
      Open every Saturday 11-5. Other days by appointment

Complementary wine tasting, sales, picnicking and tours.
BobGinnyHilsmanAtTastingRmBarTaste delicious award-winning wine in our tasting room overlooking a native woodland of oaks, pines and madrones. Learn about different wines, their particular tastes, and recommends for food pairing. Get a sense of wine growing and winemaking by people who have been doing it for more than 40 years. Be in touch with the process of winemaking; be close to where it happens. See how grapes go from vineyard to fermentation vessels, to barrel and to bottle. Tour the winery and walk in the vineyards.
Buy
wine that has been cellared in the best way, in the climate controlled Double Oak Winery.
   Enjoy fine art by local artists displayed in the Tasting Room: watercolors and oils, photography, and "recycle and reuse" art.

Visiting On Dbl Oak Tasting Rm Patio Bring your friends and family with you for a delightful trip to our family farm and artisan winery. Relax with a picnic on the tasting room patio or in the shade of the grandfather oak, amidst trees and flowers and the lovely quiet ambiance of our rural setting, while you sip wine and eat your picnic meal. Take pleasure in the delicious marriage of our fine wine with your tasty food. 

 

Recork BoxRecycle your natural corks at Double Oak. Bring your used corks to Double Oak to be recycled. Recycling cork is one of Double Oak's sustainable, nature-friendly best practices. Double Oak is pleased to be using corks as bottle stoppers for many reasons, the most important being that it is the best bottle closure for the wine itself.  Cork is biodegradable, renewable, energy efficient, sustainable and 100% natural. Once collected, the recycled wine corks are sent to ReCork, a large cork recycler, where they are ground down and repurposed for use in new consumer products. For more information visit recork.org.

Group picnicking at Dbl OakGroups are easily accommodated.

Double Oak is located 15 miles north of Nevada City, California. See the map and directions below. The 15 miles of highway from Nevada City to Double Oak is paved, well maintained and well marked. This is in addition to being a beautiful, scenic corridor. It takes approximately 25 minutes to travel from Nevada City to Double Oak.

Driving to our beautiful Sierra Nevada ridge top is a pleasure in itself. It is a country drive winding through a beautiful, unfiltered landscape of woodlands, forest and river, one of the last "open roads" left in California.

PLACES TO VISIT NEAR DOUBLE OAK

While you are on the San Juan Ridge…
You may wish to visit a state parks near us. The South Yuba River State Park, north of Nevada City and south of Double Oak, is great for many wonderful walks any time of the year. Enjoy spring wildflowers, cool river swimming in the summer, fall colors, and wintertime respite. Malakoff Diggins State Park to the east northeast of Double Oak also has enjoyable hikes and very interesting historical displays of the gold mining era. For more information, visit: the South Yuba River Park Association Website: www.southyubariverstatepark.org/index.html  and the State Park Websites: South Yuba River State Park and Malakoff Diggins SHP . 

You might also attend an event at the North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center. For more information about current events at the Cultural Center visit the North Columbia Schoolhouse.

PLACES TO STAY NEAR DOUBLE OAK

There is fine lodging near Double Oak at Milano’s Inn in the nearby town of North San Juan on the San Juan Ridge. This is only 4.5 miles from Double Oak. For more information: 530-292-0193. www.milanosinn.com

Nevada City and Grass Valley are within 15 to 20 miles from Double Oak, a
25 to 30 minute drive. There are many inns and B&B's in these two lovely and interesting towns. For more information, go to www.ncgold.com/lodging/index.html.

DIRECTIONS AND MAP TO DOUBLE OAK

From Nevada City take Highway 49 north for 10 miles to Tyler-Foote Crossing Road. (This crossroads is just after large signs to Malakoff Diggins State Park and North Columbia.) Turn right onto Tyler Foote and go 3.5 miles to a crossroads just past the fire station. Turn right onto Purdon Road. Go 1.5 miles and turn left onto Blind Shady Road. At the top of the rise is our signed driveway.

This is 15 miles of paved, well maintained and well marked highway. It is also a beautiful scenic corridor.
Time from Nevada City to Double Oak:
approximately 25 minutes.

Helpful hint: Please don't use a GPS, unless you wish to get an interesting story.  

   




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