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Eat & Drink

Our Wine Tavern experiences introduce you to the fleeting influences that shape Hiyu.

Deeply seasonal dishes featuring ingredients grown or foraged at Hiyu dialogue with our current releases, inspiring conversation, conviviality, and connection.

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Dinners in June: “The Field of Stars”

Each month we are guided by a theme and we present it in a different format depending on the day of the week.

The Camino del Santiago occupies an important part in our imagination. We traveled to Galicia in 2012 to experience the extraordinary new wines that were beginning to emerge from Ribera Sacra, Valdeorras, Ribeiro, and Rias Baixas first hand. Arriving there we encountered a landscape that was similar to the Columbia Gorge in the way portals unexpectedly opened from one climate to another. The epic geography and opening from Atlantic rainforest to drier inland desert felt like a mirror image of our world. We became intoxicated by the food, wine, and culture. This relationship deepened and over time has become more cosmic. We named the field in the Northeast corner of Hiyu “The Field of the Stars” to reflect our connection to the Camino and to the Cosmos.   

The Camino’s relationship to the cosmos is emphasized by its final destination, Santiago de Compostela. Compostela, which comes from the Latin “campus stellae,” means “field of stars,” a nod to the awe-inspiring galaxy views encountered along the way.  

During the month of June we are excited to share a menu of Basque and Galician food that aims to reveal the climatic and cosmic portals that can be accessed in the Gorge and through our wines.

Thursday Night Supper

$125 per person. Thursday Night Suppers are presented as relaxed family style meals. We will send out waves of shared plates to fill the entire table and pour generously from a series of our wines meant to deepen the connection between food, ideas, and a sense of place. 

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Feast

$250 per person. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Night Feasts are seated at small private tables for two to six people. These meals feature a great number of courses. Each dish and its pairing is detailed and intricate. This is the most intimate and subtly unfolding way to experience a meal on the farm.

All night experiences bookings must be made five days in advance.

Wine Farmer’s Lunch

$100 per person. These family-style meals celebrate the day’s bounty and a variety of wines, evoking the extended midday repasts that sustain vineyard workers through harvest.

Wine Bar Tasting

$50 per person. This tasting is inspired by our favorite wine bars from around the world. The experience begins with a taste of four wines that are showing most beautifully on the day. As the tasting unfolds the kitchen will send out a series of small bites based on the moment in the garden and fields. After the tasting you are free to stay and explore further with wine by the glass, a bottle, and additional dishes from the kitchen.

This experience is available Thursday through Sunday with seatings from 3 to 4:30 pm by booking on Tock. There are also a small number of seats available for walk-in guests Thursday through Sunday from 1 to 4pm.


Wine Farmer’s Lunch and Wine Bar Tasting bookings must be made 48 hours in advance.

The Big Party

This meal and tasting experience is built around the needs of larger groups. There is a longer time reserved at the beginning of the meal to drink our white and rosé wines in the glowing light and sunset while we pass around an array of small snacks. The meal itself has more family-style elements to bring the group together and provide a relaxed ambience where you can share love, thoughts and ideas.

Please email visit@hiyuwinefarm.com to book a Big Party. These bookings must be made five days in advance.


Hiyu Wine Tavern
Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Wine Tavern is currently open Thursday through Sunday. The Wine Farmer’s Lunch has seatings between Noon and 2:30 pm; The Wine Bar Experience has reserved seatings from 3 to 4:30 pm and walk-in availability on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4pm; and Feast, Thursday Supper, Saturday Night Dinner, and Big Party experiences commence at 6:30 pm.

Reservations are required for all experiences and events except the Wine Bar Experience on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4pm on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visit Tock to make a reservation. While reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance, Wine Farmer’s Lunch and Wine Bar Experience reservations must be made a minimum of 48 hours in advance, and Feast reservations must be made a minimum of five days in advance.

Absolutely, we welcome all ages to Wine Tavern and offer a discounted rate on experiences for those too young to drink alcohol.

It is our deep belief that our wines are best enjoyed alongside food. This tenet is inspired by wine taverns in the European countryside that celebrate the bounty of local farmland, which is why all of our Wine Tavern experiences comprise both food and wine.

Near the pond, ducks fracture the air with their quacks and skids, while others silently roost on the shore. Near the pond, ducks fracture the air with their quacks and skids, while others silently roost on the shore.

Tales & Mediations

Stories about life at Hiyu, ideas that inspire us, and deliberations that result from our experiments and observations.

Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon
Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon

The Understory is a subscription-based community that supports our endeavors at Hiyu. It provides you with monthly wine releases, discounts, and priority admission to Wine Tavern experiences — as well as access to our cellar and other ephemeral, artistic expressions of life on the farm.  

Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon
Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon
Hiyu Wine Farm, Oregon