Welcome to Heisen House Vineyards, the friendliest winery in Southwest Washington! We take pride in our hospitality and welcome everyone from the seasoned wine drinker to the novice.
We have been visiting Heisen House since they opened many years ago. They have a winning combination of excellent wines and excellent hosts. They ALWAYS make us feel welcome and appreciated.
About our wine & cider:
Michele Bloomquist, owner, and winemaker uses only the most exceptional fruit to handcraft unique wine and hard cider in limited quantities. She abides by a philosophy of minimal intervention in her wine-making process. This means Heisen House wines are low-sulfite, vegan, and unfiltered. Haven’t tried an unfiltered wine? Read the first impressions of our wine by Viki Eierdam, Corks and Forks writer at the Columbian.
About our property:
Heisen House Vineyards lies on 15 acres in Battle Ground, Washington; about 40 minutes from Portland, just north of Battle Ground Lake. Here, we are nestled among towering evergreens and pastoral farmland.
As a former pioneer homestead, Heisen House Vineyards boasts a state and nationally registered historic barn (120+ years). The barn was built by Alexander Heisen and features hand-hewn beams, and tenon and mortise construction. The restoration process is ongoing and funded by the annual Barn Bash Festival.
The turn of the century Victorian style home was built by Alexander’s son, Henry in 1898. It is complete with gingerbread trim, steep sloping rooftops, and covered porches in both the front and back. The sides of the home are flanked by 100+ year old English Laurel that resemble stately trees more than the shrub-like appearance they are known for.
I absolutely love going to this winery. The drive is beautiful and the wine is amazing. The owner Michele is very knowledgeable and sweet. I love her wine and can’t resist buying some every time I go. If you want to try some delicious wine this is the place to go!
Whether you would like to try a flight of our sumptuous wines or have the wedding of your dreams, we look forward to seeing you at Heisen House Vineyards!
Fall / Winter Hours
Saturday 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 12pm – 6pm
Closed in January