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Lady Hill Winery

Lady Hill sits on a 1,500-acre working farm of fertile rolling hills, located across from the expansive Champoeg State Park. This is land that proprietor Jerry Owen's family owned for more than 100 years before returning to State ownership to mark the site of Oregon's first provisional government.

Blessed with a bounteous lineage of female family members--embodied today by Elaine Owen and her eight daughters--Lady Hill Winery is a tribute both to the family farm that has been home to the Owen ancestors since the 1860s, and the long, lady-laden ancestry of the Owen family.

There was a time when “Oregon Country” meant the entire Pacific Northwest. Running north from the border of California and taking in what is now Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and British Columbia, “The Northwest” was one vast contiguous territory.

As a wine region, it still is. Wine grapes, after all, know no borders.

Our True Northwest line-up originates from vineyards throughout Oregon's Willamette Valley and Washington's Columbia Valley. Lady Hill wines, while True Northwest in origin, are inspired by the best of Bordeaux, the Rhône, Burgundy, and Italy.

Visit any day of the week, 11 am - 5 pm and immerse in the sensory experience of this farm setting filled by natural lighting, exquisite unamplified sound, and authentic wines.

 

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