Abbey Road Farm’s mission is to celebrate the bounty of Yamhill County, be stewards of the land and bring Abbey Road Farm to its fullest potential. Our intent is to use organic practices in all farmable acreage (vineyard & produce), utilize sustainable energy when we can and educate and inspire our guests to appreciate the land where their food comes from and create an association between celebration, hospitality, and a connection to the land.
Emily Everett - General Manager
Pam & Skip Berkery - Innkeepers
Michael Slocum - Ranch Hand
Kristen Baxter - Events Manager
As co-owners of Quaintrelle, a farm-to-table restaurant, Daniel and Sandi Wilkens have developed a great appreciation and admiration for the agricultural landscape in Oregon. From the moment they stepped onto Abbey Road Farm, they felt an immediate connection to the land. They envisioned a destination that celebrates the bounty of Yamhill County and their passion for food, wine, hospitality, and agriculture.
To fulfill their vision, they are converting the farmable acreage into a vineyard and produce farm. They will focus on lesser-known grapes, in addition to pinot noir. The produce farm will supply their own farm-to table restaurant, as well as other establishments and farmer’s markets. They will continue the Silo Suites B&B operations and the Agrivino Wine & Dining Events facility that features Italian cuisine and wine four nights a week. The horse arena will be converted into a premier event center and winery.
The goal of the farm is to be a place where anyone can come and enjoy the best of Oregon’s food, wine and hospitality. This is carrying on the vision of the former owner who fell in love with the concept of “agritouismo” while spending a good portion of his youth in Europe. They want to honor his vision and take it to the next level.