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“salami”(18 reviews)
“italian wines”(11 reviews)
“breadsticks”(10 reviews)
Franco Marchesi's passion for wine began in his hometown of Borgosesia, Peimonte, Italy. As a child he always wondered what it would be like to be a winemaker like his grandfather Achille. After running his own import company specializing in Italian...more
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3955 Belmont Dr, Hood River, OR 97031-9719
+1 541-386-1800
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Reviewed 7 June 2018

We visited in winter on a ski weekend at Mt Hood. The atmosphere was nice, lots of outdoor space, enclosed in winter with heaters and blankets so you can still enjoy the view. We did a tasting, enjoyed the service and the view. However we...More

Thank WeAlwaysWAnder
Reviewed 23 January 2018

We have fallen in love with all things Italian, especially Italian wines. What a treat it was to find Italian style wines right here in Oregon. Marchesi is by far our favorite winery in Oregon! A wonderful atmosphere with a great, knowledgeable staff.

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Reviewed 8 January 2018

Have visited this winery twice now and equate it to being transported to a rural small winery in Italy. The staff is amazing and we love the Barbera wines. Highly recommend this as a must see when sampling Oregon wines.

Thank kenrsphoenix
Reviewed 8 January 2018

After a day driving about the Fruit Loop, my husband and I were supposed to pick a restaurant and unwind in Hood River. With the sun still out, we changed plans to hit up just one more winery and chose Marchesi simply because it was...More

1  Thank Nicole L
Reviewed 31 December 2017

Pretty tasting room, winery dog (of course) and a winery cat (how fun). Nice staff, decent wines. Reasonable tasting fee at $10 as you get a good group of wines to taste. They really promote joining the wine club. Nice outside patio.

Thank shewholovestoeat
Reviewed 3 December 2017 via mobile

One of are most favorite places in the gorge. My wife and I come here as much as we can, understanding that it's a 4 hour drive to get here and we try to get here every couple of months. The owners and staff are...More

Thank 123Jason123
Reviewed 16 November 2017

Got here at 12:30 and the patio was almost full stayed until 3:30 and had a great time. Joined the wine club. Although this is not your low priced wine the wines are great and a great value. I did not think there was a...More

Thank dpdau1111
Reviewed 8 November 2017

You could get a membership in this winery but I don't have a membership. I have always joined my group of friends who have a membership, that means that they can bring a guest to wine tasting with no charge. The ambiance is very pleasant...More

Thank Paloma A
Reviewed 14 October 2017

We went to Mt Hood to check out the vineyards and would recommend this place. Eventually we preferred the Mt Hood Winery but this was our second best. They didn't have a Pinot as part of their tasting but we did enjoy the Barberra and...More

Thank IRBDave
Reviewed 10 October 2017

Sitting outside in the shade was lovely. The server was great about coming out to see if we were ready for our next tasting in the flight.

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Angela K
29 June 2016|
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Response from John S | Reviewed this property |
I agree that asking Marchesi directly is necessary.