After spending two years in Burgundy in 1991-92, grower and winemaker Wayne Bailey decided he wanted to return to his farming roots. In 2003, the Nicolette and Wayne Bailey found Youngberg Hill, providing an opportunity for their three daughters to experience a sustainable, responsible farm environment. From the beginning, Wayne wanted the focus to be on the wines. They overhauled the entire estate, including vineyard management, winemaking, tasting room, and hospitality.
Set on a 50-acre hilltop surrounded by exquisite vineyards and views, Youngberg Hill is one of Wine Spectator’s favorite locations. From the wrap-around porch, you will enjoy tasting the award-winning wines, while looking down on 20 acres of grapevines allowing you to imagine you are in Tuscany, from which these vines originate. Watch the Scottish Highland and Black Angus cattle and view Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson. Youngberg Hill gives you the staycation that makes you feel you are actually on vacation. Today, Youngberg Hill invites you to swirl, sip, and savor their Pinot Noirs, Chardonnay, Pinot Gri, and Pinot Blanc. Enter serenity.