Wine tasting takes place in the old “farm shop” next to the White House which has been converted to a bright and cheery tasting room.
Hood stop on the fruit loop
If your hungry and thirsty driving around on the fruit loop, this is one of the few stops where you can get a good bite to eat at their food truck and some good hard ciders to try.
Lovely wildflowers and orchards
made a quick stop here just for some photos and to look around but the place is lovely and offers a beautiful outdoor seating area to enjoy their excellent wines.
Add this to your Hood River itinerary!
Wonderful morning with family picking cherries, blackberries and raspberries! Fair prices and we enjoyed the fruit throughout our Hood River stay. Very hot in summer- wear a hat and sunscreen. Jams and other food items for sale in gift shop- make great souvenirs. Enjoyed a cider flight after picking- delicious and so fun to try all the different types. Highly recommend you add this to your iHood River itinerary.
Good pear wine
We like to stop at local wineries when travelling and made a U turn when we went by this place. The house was closed but we really just wanted to look at their wines. Unfortunately, most of their wines are on the dry side and we prefer the sweeter end of the scale. We did taste a few and went home with a bottle of nice Pear wine.
Beautiful home with lots of huge trees!
What an amazing place we discovered - took a U-turn to drive there. Beautiful dahlia fields where you can pick your own. Food truck with lots of good-looking food. Picnic tables everywhere, even a clean restroom! We enjoyed walking around the field; asked for coffee - sorry, not available. Didn't feel like tasting cider, beer or wine - too early in the day as we still had a lot of driving to do. Lots of parking in the back. Free entry.