We invite you to share in our joy of wine. Wine is a social event. It creates bonds between people. Good wine is an integral part of a good life. Our cool climate and volcanic soils make our vineyard ideally suited to growing Alsatian wines with strong acids and pure fruit flavors. Hood and the Hood River Valley are unmatched. We can accommodate small groups easily.
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Mobile ticket. This tour is currently running on a modified itinerary due to a wildfire in the Columbia River Gorge. After lunch, we will visit 2 vineyards in the region for some amazing wine tasting and learn about the region history and culture as it has developed in the wine industry in the area. Discover the postcard-perfect scenery and great wines of the Columbia River Gorge during this flexible-length sightseeing trip from Portland.
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Start the day by touring some of the many waterfalls that flow into the Columbia below. Continue your Gorge exploration by heading further east to Hood River.
This scenic city is known for the collection of windsurfers that populate the gusty river crossing near town. Take a break for lunch at one of several eateries in town own expense and make sure to pop in some of the local boutiques to look for souvenirs. Frequently Asked Questions. Reviews 5. This day long tour of waterfalls and wineries was everything we hoped it would be.
And we tasted some pretty good wine too. More Less. Wonderful all day 9 hour small group tour with excellent guide.
Lots of information, and no fuss access to waterfalls, scenic lookouts and two nice wineries. Lunch on our own, but multiple recommendations so we got to choose what we liked best. Absolutely wonderful day, just the two of us with our very nice guide Kerry. She took us on a slow ride through the forest to see waterfalls, then added in a trip further up the gorge to see wild flowers, before taking us to two very good wineries. The first, Viento, was excellent.
At breakfast, Ground Coffee and Dog River Coffee are where the locals go for great java and light pastries. All photos 4. Also featured Top 10 Wine Getaways of TripAdvisor has been notified. Also her prices were so much better than the other places. Maryland Annapolis Baltimore Ocean City.
Kerry made this feel like a private tour, helped us understand this area of Oregon much better, and gave us a great day out. This was an amazing tour! My group was the only one on the trip which made it very customized and personalized. It was the right amount of time and our tour guide was fantastic! Our guide Gary R. This was a great tour. Our guide Marcus was very knowledgeable about the geography of the area. We even went to an extra waterfall that wasn't on the official itinerary.
The wineries were all very welcoming, and the wines were good also. We got lucky, and had a small group 5 including us. The only negative was that this was the time when there were forest fires in British Columbia, and the smoke was drifting south. This really affected the views of the valley, but this was no reflection on the tour.
I feel like we got a lot of tour for the money. Viator Help Center. Lowest Price Guarantee Close. If you find the same product cheaper within three days of booking or while you're in your destination, we'll refund the difference. Send it to us Email priceguarantee viator.
We'll review We'll examine your materials and get in touch as soon as we can. Receive your refund If everything checks out, we'll refund you the difference between the two prices. The defining feature of the region is the deep river gorge forged by the eruption of the Cascade chain of volcanoes and repeated violent flooding, the result of ice dams further upriver bursting many thousands of years ago. Today, the Columbia River Gorge is a protected scenic area and development is tightly controlled.
Agriculture has thrived here in modern times, especially pears, cherries and apples. Although grapes were planted here as early as , the area is still relatively new for premium wine production. What makes this region so interesting for viticulture is that it sits squarely on the transition point where the hot, dry valleys of the east meet the Cascade mountain range and the landscape rapidly changes into the cool, wet forests that define the west.