With nearly 100 wineries, the Valley is best known as one of the largest wine-producing regions in the country. You’ll find friendly tasting rooms, premium boutique wineries, picturesque vineyards and charming inns. The Yakima Valley Appellation is the State’s oldest and largest wine-growing region, cultivating more than 12,000 acres of grapes and producing more than one-third of all Washington wine. These wineries craft more than 30 different types of wine. Aside from tasting, most wineries participate in year-round events such as Wine Crush, Red Wine & Chocolate, Spring Barrel Tasting and Thanksgiving in Wine Country. If you are seeking an adventure, try a wine tour by horseback during the day and ending your night inside of a luxury tee-pee on a working farm with extraordinary views of the Yakima Valley landscape.Yakima Valley Tourism provides the public and tourism trade travel assistance, resources and wine culture experiences.
Washington State, USA
AVA’s: Yakima Valley, Rattlesnake Hills, Naches Heights, Horse Heaven Hills, Red Mountain, Snipes Mountain