August 13, 2019

Critics across the country continue to recognize Maryhill Winery as a standard bearer for winemaking excellence from Washington, and visitors to the Columbia Gorge have come to view it as one of the Pacific Northwest’s top wine destinations.

In 2001, Craig and Vicki Leuthold opened their winery perched over the Columbia River near Goldendale and the museum that pays tribute to road-builder Sam Hill. The Leutholds’ showpiece quickly became a jewel – an attraction for followers of Lewis & Clark’s story as part of the interest from 2004-2006 surrounding the Corps of Discovery bicentennial.

Earlier this year, the Leutholds began to make it even easier for consumers to enjoy Batchelor’s wines. They opened a high-end tasting room in the $1.5 billion waterfront development in Vancouver, Washington. In a few months, they also will move into the historic Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville…read the entire article on the Spokesman.