Whiskey Hill Winery tasting room and covered patio lit with strings of lights at night in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Annie Austin | 03/28/2021 | Food & Drink, Know Now

Covered Outdoor Patios In Mt. Hood Territory

Know Now COVID-19

We're beginning to see longer and sunnier days, but the rain that makes our destination so green and lush is still making its magic... meaning it can get wet out there! But with covered and heated patios across Mt. Hood Territory, you can still dine, sip and savor outside with all of the coziness of the indoors.

Whiskey Hill Winery in Canby has covered outdoor seating with three fire pits to keep your party warm. Bundle up and enjoy some Oregon spring winetasting, including their flagship wines, pinot noir, pinot noir rosé and white pinot noir. These are joined by Leon Millot, Marechal Foch, gamay noir, riesling and gewürztraminer. Find out how they are handling tastings during COVID-19.

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