The beautiful Hood River Valley is world famous for its apple, pear, and cherry orchards. Thirty years ago, pioneering winemakers also realized that the soils and weather were ideal for growing wine grapes. So now, nestled in among the orchards and in view of Mt Hood, are small family-run boutique wineries that offer some award winning, hand-pressed wines.
To get the full experience, we recommend selecting 2 to 3 wineries you would like to visit and we will do the rest. Any more than that would diminish your tasting experience.
Meeting PlaceWe will pick up your group either downtown, Holladay Park by Lloyd Center, or at an address of your choice.
Price$65.00 per person Monday-Thursday plus booking fee.
$80.00 per person. Friday-Sunday plus booking fee.
6 people minimum, 20 people maximum .
(Parties of 15 plus, might determine which wineries are available, and/or incur added charges by the wineries. They all have different policies)
IncludedWater and snacks
Not includedSince wine tasting room fees vary and some people might want to just share a flight, we do not include the tasting fees.
Lunch OptionsWe recommend bringing your own lunch. Or we can stop at a local restaurant (not included) or we can supply a box lunch for an extra fee.
Tasting roomsThe tour includes 3 of the wineries listed below depending on their availability. If you have a preference for one or more over the others, please let us know and we will see what we can arrange.
CATHEDRAL RIDGE WINERY
A family-owned boutique winery with an exceptional view of snow-capped Mt Adams. They offer a large selection of award-winning wines, all made on site.
MARCHESI VINEYARDS & WINERY
Taste a little bit of Italy. Marchesi Vineyards & Winery is a small boutique vineyard that specializes in producing wine reminiscent of the old country.
PHELPS CREEK VINEYARDS
Located on beautiful Hood River Golf Course, their wine tasting room features wine produced from their nearby estate-grown grapes.
HOOD CREST WINERY
Hood Crest Winery focuses on big red varietals such as Merlot, Malbec, Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Pinot noir and red blends, as well as Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer and Riesling.
The name Viento is Spanish for “wind”, to reflect the constant vibrancy of the wind in the Columbia River Gorge. They carefully craft all of their wines to emphasize balance, fruit character and the vineyard. The results are wines of balance, softness and wonderful flavors.