Ghost Hill Cellars, a Bayliss family legacy

Seventy-year-old handmade glass from Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey, a portion of the altar floor circa 1954, and fir from a 1906 barn are all repurposed into the Ghost Hill Cellars tasting room. VIKI EIERDAM

Seventy-year-old handmade glass from Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey, a portion of the altar floor circa 1954, and fir from a 1906 barn are all repurposed into the Ghost Hill Cellars tasting room. VIKI EIERDAM

Bayliss-Bower Vineyard sits on 234 undulating acres in the Yamhill-Carlton American Viticultural Area, one of Oregon's most celebrated AVAs. On a hill that wasn’t good for much else, 16 acres of vines bear fruit for Ghost Hill Cellars’ all-estate Pinot Noir program. It is a testament to the blood that runs through the veins of Mike Bayliss and the three-generation legacy he inherited and aspires to pass on. (Read more at Wine Press Northwest)