The winery is situated on 1500 acres the family has farmed since the 1850s, and is adjacent to Champoeg State Heritage Area where the first provisional government was founded in 1843. In 1995, vines were added to the fields of grains, grass seed, and vegetables. In addition to the farm vineyard, fruit is sourced from throughout the Willamette Valley and Washington’s Columbia Valley, crafting wines inspired by the best of Bordeaux, the Rhône, Burgundy, and Italy. True Northwest in both history and spirit! Live at Lady Hill events hosted in spacious Columban Hall include a wide variety of cultural genres such as music theater, film, and ballet; attend, perform, display, entertain in the Atrium. Upstairs spaces are ideal for off-site business retreats or private parties. Seasonal Long Table dinners on the patio feature produce from the now 500 acres of organic vegetables grown on the farm. Lady Hill is set in a rural pastoral setting to gather, share, recall, and create memories over a glass.
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