Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Gorge White House is a historic home on a century-old working farm with u-pick fruits and flowers, a picnic area and small store, and spectacular views of the double mountains.
Columbia Gorge 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. Their house made wines include an award winning Heritage Bosc Pear Wine, Red Blend, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pear Blueberry, Rosé, and a newly released Cabernet Sauvignon. The Gorge White House also represents over 16 Columbia Gorge wineries. The region boasts some wonderful grapes and talented wine makers, and they’ve got them under one roof. Viento, Mt. Hood Winery, The Pines, Major Creek Cellars, COR, Phelps Creek, Garnier, Syncline, Jacob Williams, Wy’East, White Salmon Vineyard, Hoodcrest, Cabernet Creek, Pheasant Valley, Domaine Pouillon and more.