Our Story

From our cellar to your table…
Giant Oaks Winery is proud to introduce our exquisite selection of wines blended from California, Washington, Chilean, and Pennsylvania grapes and infused with the finest American and French Oak. Because quality is of the utmost importance, routine visits to the vineyards which harvest our grapes are made, to ensure only the finest fruit will become the final bottled product to carry the Giant Oaks Winery labels. Our grapes are then directly shipped to our processing area which means no middle-man or sitting time.  The result is a captivating taste in each bottle because our wines are made with grapes at the peak of ripeness.

What began as a hobby with a single barrel has developed into tens of thousands of bottles produced annually, a customized wine processing cellar, a community wine tasting room, and a lifelong passion.

Enjoy our bottles along with our small plates in our tasting room where friends – old and new-  meet, or grab a bottle to go for enjoyment in your home.

We are honored to provide our customers with wines for all occasions, inspiring the transformation of any casual gathering into an exciting and fulfilling experience.

Giant Oaks Winery

Current Bottles Available

Most of our wines have a proprietary blend of petite Sirah and/or petite Verdot to enhance fruitiness, color, and mouthfeel. Giant Oaks is proud to produce a fine selection of wines for your enjoyment. Our menu identifies the regions where our grapes are grown. We take great pride in producing our wines locally.

Our Menu
Wine List

White Wine / Bottle

Vignoles – Green County, PA $26.00
Moscato – Greene County, PA $28.00
Blush – Oronodo, WA $26.00
Pinot Grigio – Columbia, WA $26.00
Sauvignon Blanc – Columbia, WA $26.00

Red Wine / Bottle

Lambrusco – Greene County, PA $26.00
Red Blend – Greene County, PA $26.00
Pinot Noir – Leyda, Chile $31.00
Cabernet Franc – Lodi, CA $31.00
Merlot – Walla Walla, WA $28.00

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Filtered and polished my first barolo yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less

Filtered and polished my first barolo yesterday.

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So how was it? Looks good!

Great color !!!!

I am going to have to try that!

Nice legs


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