If you like the Columbia River Gorge, or have never seen it, this is a stop not to be missed.
The staff is wonderful and this is a "snotty free" zone. You may enjoy a picnic, wine and cheeses, or whatever on their patio under a grape arbor (these need not have been purchased at Maryhill) while enjoying a spectacular vista of the river and the geologic formations on the Oregon side (south) of the river.
I would agree that the wines are not Washington's finest, the prices are however, reasonable and we find them enjoyable. It is hard to think of the tastings as pricey; $5 is about the minimum possible entry fee and the selections pleasant enough.
The nearby Maryhill Museum is remarkable and should be visited; it has the largest collection of A Rodin ("The Thinker") works in the world and changing selections.
More pedestrian, but worth a stop, are the fruit stands at the highway 97 bridge on the Washington side of the river.
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