The weekends are full with Maryhill Winery’s spring events, including a wine class, a spring flower train ride and a winemaker’s dinner.
Start on Saturday, April 19, with a class with Maryhill Winery’s Rich Marshall. Learn what types of food are best paired with different wines. The class will be held at the winery from 1 to 3:30 p.m.
The registration deadline for the class is Friday, April 11. The cost is $25 for wine club members and $35 to the public. Registration information can be found at maryhillwinery.com under the “news and events” link.
On Saturday, April 26, the historic Mt. Hood Railroad Train will have a Hawaiian theme. The event will include parking, the train ride, wine, a picnic and a stemless glass. Boarding is at 11 a.m.
The spring flower wine train costs $50 for wine club members and $60 for the public. The registration deadline is Friday, April 18, but this event often sells out earlier. Registration information can be found at maryhillwinery.com under the “news and events” link.
An unforgettable weekend winemaker’s dinner is planned for Friday, May 2, starting with a reception at 6:30 p.m. Visitors will dine with Maryhill Winery owners Craig and Vicki Leuthold at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver.
Dinner costs $98. Rooms must be booked separately at 888-475-3100 and are $99 a night plus tax. Registration deadline is Monday, April 28. Registration information can be found at maryhillwinery.com under the “news and events” link.