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Located in the beautiful Hood River Valley, Mt. Hood Winery produces award-winning wines cultivated by expert farmers who’ve been growing fruit on the volcanic soils of Mt. Hood for generations, and perfected by expert winemakers.

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We invite you to taste our award-winning wines at the scenic Mt. Hood Winery Tasting Room. Enjoy Gorge hospitality while enjoying wine indoors, outdoors, or by the fireplace in cooler months. A perfect rest stop along the Hood River Valley Fruit Loop.

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You can also consider online ordering of reds, whites, rosé or specialty wines. Browse our labels, wine notes, and see our online ordering options. You can also join the Summit Club for exclusive quarterly wine tasting opportunities.

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TASTING ROOM HOURS:

11am - 5pm March through November

Summit Club Wine Subscriptions

If you can't make it to our Hood River vineyard, you can still experience our wines. In fact, by signing up for the Summit Club, you'll receive exclusive wine shipments four times a year. Your wine subscription will include new releases, popular picks, and special invitations to Summit Club wine events.

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Grape clusters with brie, gorgonzola, and honey. This messy-to-eat-but totally-worth-it-appetizer is a fabulous combination of sweet, salty,herby,and nutty flavors. And so easy to make, especially delicious with our Barbera.
• 6 oz. brie, rind removed, at room temperature
• 4 oz. Gorgonzola, at room temperature
• 1-1/2 lb. seedless grape clusters, preferably red
• 1 Tbs. honey
• 2 Tbs. coarsely chopped toasted walnuts
• 1/2 tsp. finely chopped fresh rosemary
Position a rack in the center of the oven and heat the oven to 400°F.
Mash the cheeses together in a small bowl; there should still be clumps of Gorgonzola visible. Put the grapes on a foil-lined rimmed baking sheet, and using your fingers, put dollops of the cheese mixture on the grapes, spreading the grapes apart in places to get cheese inside and underneath.
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