Exploring the Wineries of the Columbia Gorge

“A world of wine in 40 miles.”

That’s the marketing slogan of the Columbia Gorge Wineries, an organization of wine estates located in the unique winegrowing climate of the Columbia Gorge.

Not only is the climate of the gorge unique, but so is the scenery. It’s a place of natural beauty that straddles two states (Oregon and Washington). In fact, it has been designated a “National Scenic Area.” You can read more about it here.

And on the weekend of April 13-15, more than two dozen wineries will open their doors and welcome guests for a special “Passport Weekend.” The cost is $15 per person, which opens the door(s) to a wide array of tasting experiences.

Here’s a list of participating wineries:

  • AlmaTerra
  • AniChe Cellars
  • Cathedral Ridge Winery
  • COR Cellars
  • Domaine Pouillon
  • Dry Hollow Vineyards
  • Garnier Vineyards
  • Jacob Williams Winery
  • Major Creek Cellars
  • Marchesi Vineyards
  • Maryhill Winery
  • Memaloose Wines
  • Mt. Hood Winery
  • Naked Winery
  • Outdoor Wino
  • Pheasant Valley Winery
  • Phelps Creek Vineyards
  • Pour Moore Wine
  • Springhouse Cellar
  • Sunshine Mill/Quenett
  • Syncline
  • The Gorge White House
  • The Pines 1852
  • Viento
  • Waving Tree Winery
  • Wy’East Vineyards

Click here to order tickets online.

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