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When J.W. Osborne purchased 1800 acres of land just south of Yountville, he knew that there was something special about the area. He named it Oak Knoll and sought to replace all of the mission grapes that were being used extensively in California wines at the time and replace them with something better. Osborne was correct, because Oak Knoll is a very special place. Its mild weather makes for a very amiable climate and is home to 12 different varieties of grapes. Many varietals are grown here that are uncommon in much of Napa Valley such as Rieslin and Pinot Noir

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When J.W. Osborne purchased 1800 acres of land just south of Yountville, he knew that there was something special about the area. He named it Oak Knoll and sought to replace all of the mission grapes that were being used extensively in California wines at the time and replace them with something better. Osborne was correct, because Oak Knoll is a very special place. Its mild weather makes for a very amiable climate and is home to 12 different varieties of grapes. Many varietals are grown here that are uncommon in much of Napa Valley such as Rieslin and Pinot Noir


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