Our vineyard location is hard to beat. Enjoy a glass of one of our award winning wines while you take in the view from inside our cozy tasting room or out on our covered patio surrounded by our estate vineyard with views of Mt. Adams and the valley beyond. Enjoy the works of local artists while tasting wines expertly paired with artisan cheese boards. Our goal is to give you the ultimate local experience which is why we also serve beer and ciders brewed to perfection in Hood River.
- Food for purchase
- Dog friendly
- Electric Vehicle charging station
- Large groups welcome (please call ahead)
- Wheelchair accessible
- Outdoor seating
- Bike Friendly
Not family friendly.
Beautiful location, but absolutely no kids even outdoors. Sucks since we had two families going on the fruit loop tour. Screw 'em, taking our business elsewhere.
Great view spoiled by snobby attitude
Visited here before, therefore took 'out of town' guests to this facility for the wonderful view. Tasting room was full so was advised to go to the wine garden across the parking lot. OK. No "wine flights" in the wine garden - only 'wine by the glass.' Wine there was OK but not so great 'quality wise' as to warrant returning (really a miserly pour) more expensive than other wineries in the area. But the 'stand out' issue was the general snobby 'I'm doing you a favor' attitude by the staff at the tasting room and wine garden - which left a bitter taste in our mouths. No pun intended. We did not feel valued or welcome for that matter. Was everyone there having a bad day? However, the charcuterie board was delicious. Other wineries in the area offer tastier, more attractively priced wines; including personnel who are happy to spend time talking about their offerings. In the future we will go there instead.
Amazing views and wine!
If you are looking to spend some down time and love wine, this is the place! We enjoyed the food plates as well. Very nice place.
First Rate, Definitely Worth A Visit
We're so grateful that the dining room manager at Timberline Lodge recommended we stop here on our drive to Portland. We have toured wineries from coast to coast over the years and Stave and Stone rates up with the best of them. The facility is beautiful new construction, elegantly rustic and nestled into the countryside with a jaw-dropping view. We had a lovely lunch sharing a small plate and charcuterie boad and enjoyed their delicious wines. Friendly staff. And adjacent is an attractive lavendar farm also run by the family, where the honey-lavender ice cream is not to be missed.i
Please, no chlidren
Just tell people that you don't want children to visit. Some years ago, we brought our grandchildren to Stave and Stone, and enjoyed the marvelous views and very good wines. We sat out on the patio. They had hot dogs! We had a cheese plate. There was a discreet, wine-club-only room to the side. So when the kids came this summer, we checked the website for days and times, and then drove all the way up there. First thing you see is a sign on the door saying no one under 21 may enter. OK. Then the receptionist clarified: not in the tasting room, not on the patio. Kids can go to the lavender farm, some distance away. The views are still tremendous. We left without tasting anything, so cannot critique.