RIVER - WINE TASTING
VIEWS, ORCHARDS, AND SYRAHS!
Gorge wines are increasingly winning high praise
and recognition for their quality on the international
soil and 2 different climate zones provide a rich
diversity of wine in just a 30 mile area.
River Tours takes you to 4 wineries in this 4
hour tour. We
pick you up at your location.
Tour time is 12:00-4:00 p.m.
(formerly Flerchingers Vineyards)
MPG video of the Winery - Very Nice!
The friendly staff offers free tasting of our
award-winning, premium wines. Enjoy a picnic with
views of Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams and the scenic Gorge.
Wonderful wines and "wine perfect foods"
make every visit memorable. Recently voted
"Oregon Winery of the Year" by Wine
Press Northwest, Fall 2006.
Valley Vineyards & Winery
and Gail Hagee welcome you to their vineyard and
winery. The beautiful tasting room features a
view of Mt. Hood, historic backbar, cozy fireplace
and picnic areas. Over 8 wines to sample, gift
items, & snacks are available for your enjoyment.
Wine varieties include Merlot, Syrah, Organic
Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Organic Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer,
Riesling and Pear wine.
Gorge White House
We proudly feature local Columbia Gorge products
and what we feel are special gourmet products,
including local wine, micro-brews, fruit, flowers,
jams, artisan cheeses, wild sockeye smoked salmon,
danjou pear vinegar, dried fruit, pourable
chocolate sauces and more.
like to call ourselves the chamber of commerce
of Columbia Gorge wines! We currently have 34
different wineries represented at The Gorge White
House. We offer 6 to 12 wines daily, usually half
red and half whites and our surprising local pear
wine (we say surprising because it is not what
you expect and it is made out of local pears!).
Our wine tasting selections change continuously
so our guests may enjoy the many tastes and styles
of our local winemakers. We offer 2 beers on tap
at any one time from the 5 micro-breweries in
our area. Our guests can choose to purchase the
entire daily flight of wine or beer flight or
elect to taste a single wine or beer offered for
$1.00. We also offer wine and beer by the glass.
River Vineyards & Tasting Room
This is the oldest winery in the Gorge, owned
by Anne and Bernard Lerch. Hosting an excellent
selection of Red Wines and Ports made from local
Try the MarionBerry!
the years HRV has developed a broad selection
of wines, emphasizing rich, flavorful, full-bodied
reds, and delicious sweet ports and sherry. This
is one of our favorite smaller wineries and we
think the value is well worth the stop.
Mt. Hood Winery
Enjoy the fruits of the finest growing region
in the Pacific Northwest. It's the "sweet
spot" between the cool, wet Willamette Valley
and the hot, dry Eastern Oregon
The Pinot Noir is outstanding here and this winery
will present more top quality wines as their production
among the orchards of the Hood River Valley, this
newly opened tasting room mirrors the style of
the area's roadside fruit markets. The young winery
produces several varietals, chardonnay and pinot
noir, with a Port bottling promised by winter.
The long awaited tasting room from the Pines is
now in downtown Hood River. Open Thurs.-Sunday,
The Pines features some of the best Reds known
to wine tasters! They offer spicy, full-bodied
wines with a strong balance between fruit and
Pines 1852 is a family-owned and operated winery
The Pines Vineyard's Old Vine Zinfandel was first
planted by an Italian stone mason in the late
1800s. Louis Comini made his home in Oregon's
Columbia River Gorge, bringing with him grape
vines from his homeland in Genoa, Italy. These
original plants are still producing today by winemaker
Peter Rossback and owner Lonni Wright.
century Old Vine Zinfandel make The Pines one
of the oldest vineyards in the Northwest.
our Reservations Page for booking details.
River officially Appleation Valley- Read the Article
VINEYARDS DOES IT AGAIN!
San Francisco Chronicle-2011
Marchesi Vineyards-2009 Primitivo Valentino 'BEST
2011 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
was held in Sonoma County, California, with a
week of judging concluding on January 8. Judges,
consisting of 55 professional wine experts within
the media, restaurant and hospitality, education,
winemaking and retail wine industries, evaluated
the entries. The SFCWC broke the records with
4,913 entries in 2010 and now in 2011, it continues
to uphold the title of the "Largest Competition
of American Wines in the World" with a staggering
number of entries, 5,050 from 23 states. For eight
consecutive years, the SFCWC is able to proclaim
that it is the "Largest Wine Competition
of American Wines in the World".
The Marchesi Primitivo "Valentino,"
was the 'Best of Class' winner out of a total
of 19 medal-winning Primitivo wines: four Golds,
nine Silver, and six Bronze medals were awarded
in the Primitivo class.
is important to notice is that this competition
was held in California, a state known to produce
the Best Primitivo in the country. Our Primitivo
was produced from grapes of the Columbia Valley
in the hot, hot summer of 2009.