Safety Framework for Oregon

Oregon is operating under a “Risk and Safety Framework” that measures the risk of COVID-19 by county. Each framework level has health and safety guidance for individuals and businesses by activity.

Updated February 11, 2021

On Feb. 9 Governor Kate Brown announced county-level changes to begin Friday, Feb. 12 that allows for indoor wine tasting and dining to resume in 22 counties in including Hood River, County in the High-risk category. This allows for parties of up to 6 to once again enjoy indoor wine tasting. Hood Crest Winery and Distillers is allowing 4 per table maximum.

High-risk classification allows:

    • Indoor tasting and dining, capacity not to exceed 25% max occupancy or 50 people, whichever is smaller

    • Outdoor tasting and dining, 75 people maximum

    • Indoor and outdoor seating: 6 and 8 people respectively per party and table, limit 2 households

Hood River, County is able to host an outdoor tasting and indoor shopping. Hood Crest Winery and Distillers are has implemented creative ways to host you comfortably while maintaining a safe and enjoyable experience for staff and guests alike. For a complete list of allowed activities by risk level, click here. Call ahead to confirm your plans before heading out.

Hood Crest Winery and Distillers

Oregon Health Authority COVID-19  – Resources: