Cathedral Ridge Winery, Hood River


Cathedral Ridge Winery, Hood River

4200 Post Canyon Dr, Hood River, OR 97031, USA

Oregon Wine Flies Free Participating Winery


For 20 years, Cathedral Ridge Winery has created award-winning Big, Bold Reds, signature blends and delicious whites from the Columbia Gorge region. Our 15 local vineyard partners produce beautiful fruit and fourth-generation winemaker, Michael Sebastiani and Cellar Master Robb Bell, handcraft our wines in limited quantities. Choose from over 30 wines in our tasting room and enjoy our beautiful grounds, working winery and vineyard with stunning views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams. Our friendly knowledgeable team will make your visit a memorable one. Because of our incredible range of wine country microclimates, Cathedral Ridge Wines run the gamut from Pinot Noir to Zinfandel - with all from grapes grown within 4 hours of the winery. We use traditional winemaking techniques, opting for small batch artisan barrel aged wines with minimal disruptions to let the quality of the grapes and the terroir of the land speak. We pride ourselves on unadulterated Oregon wine that reflects a world of wine regions from Burgundy to Bordeaux and the Rhine to the Rhone. Like a talented chef with the freshest ingredients, our winemaker takes the best grapes, from the best vineyards and creates the best wines showcasing the region. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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Features & Amenities

Bike Friendly

Bus / RV Parking

Dog friendly

Large groups welcome (please call ahead)

Oregon Wine Flies Free

Outdoor Seating

Tours available

Wheelchair accessible


Region and AVA


Columbia Gorge




Cathedral Ridge Winery, Hood River
Cathedral Ridge Winery, Hood River

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