Quailhurst Vineyard Estate
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Quailhurst Vineyard Estate is an historic property in the Ladd Hill area of Sherwood in Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country. The 35-acre estate, nestled into the Chehalem mountains facing Mt. Hood and the Cascade range, was built in the 1930s. Quailhurst Estate was initially renowned for its traditional Japanese gardens, numerous varieties of roses, and draft horses that were trained in competitive driving and stabled on the property. Today, through the passionate vision and dedication of owners Dr. Marvin and Deborah Hausman, who purchased the property in 1997, the Estate has been restored to its original beauty and is home to both Quailhurst’s boutique Pinot Noir vineyard and a world-class facility for the breeding and training of competitive dressage horses.