|Owner(s)||Elaine Owen, Jerry Owen|
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Owners Jerry and Elaine Owen have Northwest roots going back five generations. Multiple vineyard sources in the Pacific Northwest are used in the wines crafted by winemaker Erik Basher.
The Lady Hill tasting room and winery is located in St. Paul, Oregon, on the same land where Jerry's family has farmed since the 1850s. Next door to the winery is the Zorn House, built in 1862, and still the Owen family home. Called Lady Hill by the family, and on the National Registry of Historic Places, this working farm offers seasonal produce from their farm stand as well as Lady Hill wines in the adjacent tasting room that is open Tuesday through Sunday.
Multiple varietals are offered under the Lady Hill label sourced from Oregon's Williamette Valley a Pinot Noir comes from Freedom Hill Vineyard) and Washington. Rhone-inspired wines are offered under the Ad Lucem label, a super-Tuscan blend carries the Procedo label, and entry levels wines under the Radicle Vine label.