Page Knudsen Cowles is an owner and the Managing Partner of Knudsen Vineyards.
She has led the family’s return to winemaking and oversees the management of Knudsen Vineyard and KV Wines. She has spearheaded a substantial replanting of Knudsen Vineyard over the last decade and manages our relationship with Argyle Winery. Page is deeply committed to supporting and promoting Oregon’s wine industry.
Page also serves as immediate past Chair of the National Board of Directors for the Trust for Public Land, the leading nonprofit working across America to conserve land for people.
Page possesses boundless energy. She has many interests and connects genuinely with friends and everyone she meets. She is a great steward of Knudsen Vineyard and a powerful advocate for land conservation.
She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School and Yale College. Page is married to Jay Cowles and they have three children.
Page is the only daughter of Cal and Julia Lee Knudsen.
Colin R. Knudsen is an owner and Partner of Knudsen Vineyards. He is actively engaged in the family’s return to winemaking with particular oversight of financial, marketing and strategy aspects of the business.
A Pacific Northwest native, Colin loves spending time at the vineyard and at the “beach” in Oregon. The Knudsen family’s return to winemaking is a lifelong dream. He is a lover of wine, Pinot Noir in particular.
Colin is a 30-year veteran investment banker currently with BTIG, a leading global securities and investment banking firm. Colin was formerly with DLJ and Credit Suisse, and was a founder of boutique M&A firm Coady Diemar Partners. He specializes in providing M&A and corporate finance services to Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) companies.
Colin is a graduate of Columbia Business School and Brown University. He is married to Rita McNally and has four children.
Colin is one of three sons of Cal and Julia Lee Knudsen.
David C. Knudsen is an owner and Partner of Knudsen Vineyards and is engaged in oversight of all operations.
David is also President and CEO of Ostrom Mushroom Farms. Founded in 1928, Ostrom is the largest mushroom grower and packer in the Pacific Northwest. In 2018, Ostrom broke ground on a state-of-the-art mushroom farm in Sunnyside, WA. In the summer of 2019, Ostrom will start this farm up and looks forward to operating and growing its business in Sunnyside for many years to come. David has served on the American Mushroom Institute board since 2010.
David resides in Sunnyside with his wife Claudia Cannon and their two dogs.
David is a graduate of Wharton Business School and the University of Washington.
David is one of three sons of Cal and Julia Lee Knudsen.
Calvert Conrad Knudsen is an owner and Partner of Knudsen Vineyards. Cal provides oversight related to the management of all operations of the vineyard and winery.
Cal has been active in the automotive parts delivery service business for 20 years. Cal’s love for sports of all kinds makes him an avid and incredibly well informed fan of all the local sports teams.
A native of Seattle, Washington, Cal has lived in the Pacific Northwest his entire life.
Cal is one of three sons of Cal and Julia Lee Knudsen.