Washington and Oregon are among the best and most prolific wine-producing states
in the Country. Here is one award-winning favorite wine enthusiasts should make time
The Columbia Gorge is famous for its pears, apples, cherries and other fine fruit. Not until
the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s did some skilled winemakers realize the gorge climate and soil was
perfectly suited for grape growing. Today, the region is known as “a world of wine in 40 miles”.
In 1999, Craig and Vicki Leuthold
established Maryhill Winery to produce
premier wines adjacent to Sam Hill’s
family mansion, that later became the
Maryhill Museum. Located in
Goldendale, Washington, Maryhill
Winery is a destination unto itself with a
3,000-square-foot tasting room, covered
arbor, picnic grounds and a 4,000-seat
amphitheater. The winery produces
80,000+ cases of wine each year.
Named “Pacific Northwest Winery of
the Year” by Wine Press Northwest,
2015; “Winery of the Year” by San
Francisco International, 2014; “Top 10
Wineries of the World” by WAWWJ,
2014; “Winemaker of the Year” by Indy
International, 2013; and “Washington
Winery of the Year” by Wine Press
Northwest, 2009 Maryhill produces 19
varietals and 27 award-winning wines. With
more than 75,000 visitors per year, the
winery has a 900+ member wine club and is
distributed across the U.S.
From Portland, take I-84 east to Exit 104.
Head north on Route 97 across the river to
Route 14, then west to Maryhill Winery. Open
daily. 9774 Hwy 14, Goldendale, Washington.
Check for winter and holiday hours. (1-877)
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