Walla Walla Wine Tourism

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Amavi Cellars

For the love of life and quality wines, Amavi Cellars is a name to know.

Foundry Vineyards

Located in the western reaches of the renowned Walla Walla Valley, Foundry Vineyards is a world-class winery that blends exceptional wine with fine art to create a unique and memorable wine tasting experience.

K Vintners & Charles Smith Wines

In 2008, K Vintners was recognized by Wine & Spirits Magazine as Winery of the Year in its annual buying guide, as well as one of the Best New Wineries of the Last Ten Years.

Lodmell Cellars

Lodmell Cellars is lauded for more than Merlot. The estate vineyard has doubled in size to a total of 30 acres, and now, in addition to Merlot, it is planted to Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, and Sémillon.

Pepper Bridge Winery

Pepper Bridge Winery is known for its elegant, balanced wines handcrafted from grapes grown in its two renowned, sustainably farmed estate vineyards, Pepper Bridge and Seven Hills.

Tertulia Cellars

Named “tertulia” for the Spanish word meaning a social gathering of friends, Tertulia Cellars focuses on making terroir-driven wines from the finest vineyards in the region

Three Rivers WInery

Named for Eastern Washington’s three most prominent rivers: Columbia, Snake, and Walla Walla, Three Rivers Winery produces award-winning, ultra-premium wines from some of the Columbia Valley’s most prestigious vineyards.

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The Walla Walla Valley is quickly becoming Washington's most prestigious and talked-about wine region out of the state's five appellations. It is also the most remote, located on the southeastern border of Washington and Oregon. Named after the city of Walla Walla in Washington, this region produces some top notch Bordeaux varietals on its 1,800 acres of vines, namely Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon: Walla Walla's two signature varietals.

The Walla Walla appellation prides itself on not only its superb wines, but also its sustainable growing practices and camaraderie between wineries and winemakers. This good-will between wine enthusiasts is expressed through the valley's Institute of Enology and Viticulture, where the next generation of winemakers from around the world aspire to make Walla Walla "the next Napa". From wineries that founded the fame of the region in the late 1970s to recently created wineries with high hopes of becoming the next stars on the American wine scene, the Walla Walla Valley appellation will surely continue to grow in repute as more and more people experience these exceptional wines.