Oak is a crucial and often overlooked component in the world of fine wine. Everything from the type, size, age, grain, and treatment of an oak barrel greatly affects the finished wine. From the golden hued Chardonnays of Montrachet to first-growth Bordeaux, the most expensive wines in the world are produced with oak aging. Take a closer look at the best wood casks used for oak aging of wine in our online store of wood barrels.
We proudly present our oak casks for wine, including a special edition. Use a sort function to find by popularity, average rating, collection and price. The smallest oak barrel is 1.4L and the biggest one is 225L. We choose only premium wood for producing our oak casks.
You can find many types of oak trees in North America, but the species used for oaking wine is American White Oak (Quercus alba). It can Be used for upwards of 100 years. The barrels for wine made of it imparts a lot of flavor. Wine experts often describe them as dill, coconut, and vanilla. One thing is for sure, it adds ruggedness to clean, fruit-forward new world wines. Do you want such magnificent story of success for you and your homemade wine? Get some real oak wood barrels for your home winery!