Things to do & places to visit in Wishram, Washington, United States

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Wishram city in Washington, United States. Timezone: America/Los_Angeles, current date and time: Saturday, December 09, 2023, 7:58.

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  1. 4.5 Cascade Cliffs Vineyard & Winery (52 reviews)
    - Amazing wines, great service, very nice tasting rooms!
    Spent 1-2 hours Wineries & Vineyards
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    If I could have only one wine club, it would be Cascade Cliffs. We discovered them by accident in 2018 returning from a wine trip to the Okanogan in British Columbia. The vineyard is nestled along the Columbia river west of Maryhill at the base of red rock cliffs with a small, rustic tasting room and beautiful outdoor seating. A lovely location and always fun to visit. We live two hours away from Hood River, which is the tasting room we visit most often. It’s well worth the trip and we always have a wonderful time. The service is friendly, knowledgeable, and welcoming. This winery has the best wine club discounts I’ve ever seen and the wines are rich, complex, delicious, and reasonably priced. Famous for their Barberas, I’m partial to the Mourvèdre, Shiraz, and Nebbiolo. If you love good reds, go here. See more..
  2. 4.5 Jacob Williams Winery (32 reviews)
    - Enjoyable Visit Amid Amazing Scenery
    Saturday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wineries & Vineyards
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    Jacob Williams is a family owned boutique winery located in the beautiful Columbia Gorge and named in honor of Brad Gearhart's two sons, Jacob and William. For over a decade, Brad and 40 year wine-making veteran John Haw have dedicated themselves to producing high-quality wines sourced from the finest vineyards in the region. John Haw's experience started with Warner Vineyards and Leelanau Cellars in Michigan in 1972. He ventured to Oregon, where his family was from, landing at Shafer Vineyards in Forest Grove. He continued on to Sokol Blosser for the next 11 years, which led him to Pedroncelli in Dry Creek, California. Ultimately, he found his way to the Columbia Gorge, first working for Maryhill and then finding his home with Jacob Williams. He believes the Columbia Gorge is the best wine growing region in the nation. John carefully hand selects each vineyard and allows the vineyards to dictate what the style will be. Aging his wines for up to 36 months, John's experience and dedication continue to produce premium award-winning wines year after year. Jacob Williams Winery started in 2007 with a temporary production facility in Hood River, OR and a small tasting room in Lyle, WA. As they grew into an award-winning winery, producing a larger variety of wines, Jacob Williams began building their new barrel room and tasting room out in Wishram, WA next to Avery Park. Now in their third year at this location, they are ready to expand. Phase two opens this summer; a delightful new tasting room that sits above the beautiful Columbia River with dramatic views of Mt. Hood and the surrounding rolling landscape of vineyards and orchards. Inside their new tasting room resides a large U-shape bar with cozy seating and to enhance the experience they also built a wraparound patio with outdoor seating to take full advantage of the outstanding view. Visit their new tasting room, take in the spectacular view, while enjoying award-winning wines that are finely crafted, exc... See more..