Blosser is conveniently located on the Dundee strip, off Highway 99
west of Newburg. It is one of the more popular tasting rooms due
to its location, though we haven't been
particularly impressed with their wines either time we've been there.
They boast of their Pinot Noir, but we've certainly had better.
They charge a five dollar tasting fee and offer no free tasting, and
only include five wines. The winery has live music during the
summer months, but has closed their large entertainment area in favor
of additional vineyard acreage. A deck with picnic tables
overlooking Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson is a cozy place to picnic,
though the winery offers little in the way of food. The Sokol
Blosser Hot Fudge is excellent, and we are interested to try some of
the various sauces, mustards, and oils that they offer, but they no
longer offer tasting of any of their offerings.
winery also offers a small, walk-through winery, which consists of a
dozen rows of labeled grape vines. We weren't too impressed,
despite the beautiful approach, and we walked away empty handed.