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Abbey Road Farm Wine Collective Releases New Spring Wines

Posted on May 22, 2020

PORTLAND, Ore. (May 21, 2020) – Abbey Road Farm, the 82-acre farm in the heart of the Willamette Valley, is excited to debut new spring wines from its farm collective of winemakers. Resident winemakers include James Rahn Wine Co., Stedt and Statera Cellars. Together they craft their own unique wines and collaborate on the namesake Abbey Road Farm label and the newly debuted Wilkens Family Wines. James Rahn Wine Co features wines made naturally from the great Pacific Northwest, including Riesling and Pinot Meunier. Luke Wylde of Statera Cellars, a small winery producing single vineyard Oregon Chardonnay and his solo project Lares. Stedt features small-batch wines, handmade by husband and wife team Chris and Ja’Nien Lubberstedt. The Abbey Road Farm property was recently planted with almost 40-acres of grapes including 13 different varieties. The namesake label features releases including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir Rosé and more, with special farm life portraits from Nate Brown. This spring celebrated the inaugural release of the Wilkens Family Wines including the 2018 Wilkens Family Wines Pinot Noir and 2018 Wilkens Family Wines Chardonnay.

The Abbey Road Farm Tasting Room is a great way to try these new releases and is now open Wednesday through Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Snacks are available on site for purchase as well as bottles to stay or to go. For those unable to visit in person, the Abbey Road Farm wine club membership shipments include wines from a collective of winemakers; currently 3 unique winemakers and 6 different labels. With four levels to choose from, there is something for everyone. 


Abbey Road Farm is a unique destination with a luxurious converted silo inn, and beautifully crafted winery, tasting room, and events center located on a bucolic 82 acre working farm and vineyard in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. All facets of Abbey Road Farm operate under one mission: celebrate the bounty of Yamhill County and steward the land responsibly. Abbey Road Farm is an immersive agrarian escape for all. The farm features one of the West Coast’s most captivating accommodations, three functional grain silos were combined and converted to create the luxurious Silo Suites B&B. Stays include a bounteous Oregon breakfast prepared by on-site innkeepers, Eric Bartle and Sara Kundeliaus, also known as the Wilderness Hunters. Guests get direct access to farm life and the Abbey Road Farm Tasting Room, just a few steps away. The Abbey Road Farm Event Center is a beautifully crafted converted riding arena, capable of hosting extraordinary events large and small. The newly opened Abbey Road Farm Tasting Room features flights and pours made on location under the Abbey Road Farm label and produced by resident winemakers James Rahn Wine Co. and Statera Cellars. The Tasting Room is open Wednesday through Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., snacks are available on site for purchase as well as bottles to stay or to go. The property was recently planted with almost 40 acres of grapes including 13 different varieties. Abbey Road’s resident winemakers James Rahn Wine Co., Statera Cellars, and Stedt Winegrowers are featured in the Abbey Road Wine Club. For more information, visit Follow Abbey Road Farm on Facebook @AbbeyRoadFarmOR and Instagram @AbbeyRoadFarm

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