Beneath the shaded gaze of our grape and flowered lattice, guests enter Maryhill and often find their attention split. Framed in the west windows, Mt. Hood waits for the afternoon's sunset, while to their right our deeply aged Brunswick Bar beckons them to taste.
Quarter sawn from Tiger Oak in the early 1900s, it stretches twenty feet by twelve feet high with exquisite wood carvings and inset mirrors. As the focal point of the tasting room, we proudly pour our wines from it and invite our guests to sample why we came to Maryhill. For more intimate conversation, visitors can take a glass to one of the smaller fireside tables or walk out on our expansive deck to the west or our wind protected grapevine covered arbor to the east. A platform for unprecedented views of the mountains and the Columbia River Gorge, it's the perfect way to end the day.