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How does one begin to explore wineries in the U.S? Well, by traveling the wine trails most wine producing regions have created for all of us wine tourists of course!
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California Wine Trails

California has over 427,000 acres planted under vines mostly located in a stretch of land covering over 700 miles from Mendocino County to the southwestern tip of Riverside County. There are over 107 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), including the well known Napa, Russian River Valley, Rutherford and Sonoma Valley AVAs.

Dry Creek Valley Wine Trail

The 61 member wineries of the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley are mainly family-owned and operated and most have estate vineyards. The pride and the diversity of the people who live and work within this narrow, gentle geography are reflected in the special character of Dry Creek Valley grapes and wines.
Deux Amis Winery
Teldeschi Winery
Dry Creek Vineyard
Talty Vineyards & Winery
Pezzi King Vineyards

Monterey River Road Wine Trail

Monterey’s River Road district is home to some of the state’s most cutting-edge vintners. Monterey county has nine distinct appellations and gets its diversity from the unique interplay of the Salinas River Valley, Monterey Bay, and the Pacific Ocean.
Chalone Vineyard
Pessagno Winery
Wrath
Hahn Estates
Paraiso

Northern Star Wine Trail

Located in Paso Robles wine appellation, which is the fastest growing in California, the Northern Star trail is an exciting journey into the heart of Paso Robles most unique wine region. Conveniently located off highway 101 midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Locatelli Vineyards & Winery
Ranchita Canyon Vineyard
RiverStar Vineyards
Silver Horse Vineyard & Winery
Sylvester Winery

Santa Barbara Wine Trails

Santa Barbara contains two wine trails within its system. The Santa Ynez trail winds in and around Solvang and Los Olivos. Most of the wineries are smaller and close together. The vineyards on this wine trail are varied in wine style and production. The Foxen Canyon Trail on the other hand features more ranch-style vineyards.
Firestone Vineyard
Fess Parker Winery and Vineyard
Zaca Mesa Winery
Buttonwood Farm Winery

Corralitos Wine Trail

At the southern, coastal end of the Santa Cruz Mountains appellation, about 20 minutes south of Santa Cruz, and an hour south of San Jose, there is a temperate little valley and mountain area called Corralitos. In this idyllic spot for grape growing, four independent, family-owned wineries have established the Corralitos Wine Trail.
Nicholson Ranch Winery
Pleasant Valley Vineyards
Windy Oaks Estate
Alfaro Family Vineyard & Winery

Madera Wine Trail

Madera County has a long tradition producing wine and is one of the oldest grape growing regions in America. There are now several small, family-owned wineries in Madera County, making up the Madera Wine Trail. Many of these wineries are situated in the midst of the vineyards from which they harvest their grapes.
Birdstone Winery
Ficklin Vineyards
Chateau Lasgoity Winery
Mariposa Wine Company

Silverado Wine Trail

The 29 mile Silverado Trail runs along the east side of the valley from Calistoga at the northern end to Napa at the southern end. The Silverado Wine Trail is considered by locals as the back road of Napa Valley. Silverado scenic roadway is lined with vineyards and offers wine tasters a fabulous selection of wineries.
Chimney Rock Winery
Stags Leap Wine Cellars
Pine Ridge Winery
Robert Sinskey Vineyards
PlumpJack Winery
Rutherford Hill Winery
Duckhorn Vineyards
Clos Pegase Winery


Connecticut Wine Trails

The Connecticut Wine Trail is a set of 19 state approved wineries located in the state of Connecticut. The wineries are divided into two groups, the Western Trail and the Eastern Trail. The wineries comprising each group are "connected" by a route that is signed on major state highways. The wine trail is a major tourist attraction and is featured on most tour guides for Connecticut. The wine trail was established in 1988.

Eastern Wine Trail

The Eastern Trail is in the Southeastern and Quiet Corner regions.
Gouveia Vineyards
Sharpe Hill Vineyard
Priam Vineyards
Stonington Vineyards

Western Wine Trail

The Western Trail is mostly located in the Litchfield Hills region.
Jones Family Farms Winery
McLaughlin Vineyards
DiGrazia Vineyards
White Silo Farm and Winery



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Illinois Wine Trails

In 2006, Shawnee Hills, in southern Illinois, was named the state's first American Viticultural Area. As of 2008, there were 79 wineries in Illinois, utilizing approximately 1,100 acres of vines. Twelve grape varieties accounties for 89% of grape area harvested in Illinois. The favorite varieties, in descending order by area devoted to production, were Chardonel, Chambourcin, Vignoles, Traminette, Concord, Foch, Seyval, Norton, Vidal Blanc, Frontenac, Niagara, and Cayuga White.

Shawnee Hills Wine Trail

The Shawnee Hills Wine Trail is the oldest wine trail in Illinois and is located in Jackson and Union counties in Southern Illinois. It is the only wine trail that is fully located within the boundaries of the Shawnee Hills American Viticultural Area. All twelve wineries on the trail have competed and medaled in various local, national and international wine competitions.
Blue Sky Vineyard and Winery
Inheritance Valley Vineyards
Owl Creek Vineyard
Pomona Winery

Northern Illinois Wine Trail

Located one to two hours northwest of Chicagoland, the Northern Illinois Wine Trail features 15 wineries set among beautiful countryside and charming towns. Offering award-winning wines, gourmet-style food and handcrafted gifts, the wine trail makes it easy to escape the urban hustle and bustle for a quaint and bucolic culinary experience.
August Hill Winery
Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant
Famous Fossil Vineyard & Winery
Galena Cellars Vineyard & Winery

Southern Illinois Wine Trail

The Southern Illinois Wine Trail organized in 2007 by six wineries east of Interstate 57 in Southern Illinois following the growing success of the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail located to the west of the interstate. The six wineries are located in Saline, Pope and Johnson Counties.
Bella Terra Winery
Cache River Basin Vinyard & Winery
Hogg Hollow Winery

Illinois River Wine Trail

Located two hours south of Chicagoland, this central Illinois wine trail features wineries dotted along the Illinois River Road Scenic Byway.
August Hill Winery
Illinois River Winery
Mackinaw Valley Vineyard
Willett's Winery & Cellar

Heartland Rivers Wine Trail

Illinois’ newest wine trail connects eleven wineries dotted throughout the southwest portion of the state. Visitors can enjoy both breathtaking vistas along the Mississippi River and friendly rural communities, all while sampling great-tasting red and white varietals.
Crooked Creek Winery
Forsee Vineyards and Winery
Schorr Lake Vineyard
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Wabash Valley Wine Trail

The Wabash Valley Wine Trail joins five wineries in the southeastern part of the state. Visitors to this area can enjoy the scenic Wabash River valley with its historical sites such as the Lincoln and George Rogers Clark Memorials.
Fox Creek Vineyards
Lasata Winery
Pioneer Winery


Indiana Wine Trails

Wine has been produced in the area since the early days of European colonization in the 18th century. In the mid-1800s, Indiana was the tenth-largest winegrape producing state in the country. There is one American Viticultural Area (AVA), the Ohio River Valley AVA, in Indiana.

Indiana Uplands Wine Trail

Nestled among the rolling hills of Sourther Indiana, the Uplands Wine Trail showcases eight wineries, each featuring quality wines and a unique experience. The uniqueness of the Uplands area is reflected in its topography soil types and climate.
Brown County Winery
Butler Winery and Vineyard
Carousel Winery
French Lick Winery

Indiana Wine Trail

The Indiana Wine Trail in Southeastern Indiana is comprised of six artisan wineries, each one reflecting the distinct style and personality of the winemaker.
Madison Vineyards Estate Winery
Lanthier Winery
Thomas Family Winery
The Ridge Winery

Indy Wine Trail

The Indy Wine Trail is an organization of seven area wineries, each with something different to offer. From urban settings to sprawling vineyards, you'll experience the many faces of Indiana vintners and a variety of wine styles.
Buck Creek Winery
Chateau Thomas Winery
Grape Inspirations Winery
Easley Winery



Maryland Wine Trails

Maryland has four distinct growing regions, allowing for a wide diversity of grape varieties that will thrive throughout the State. The industry has grown rapidly since the first winery in Maryland, Boordy Vineyards, opened in 1945.

Frederick Wine Trail

The Frederick Wine Trail is made up of six wineries and their combined 120 acres of vineyards. Together these wineries are responsible for over half of Maryland’s wine production. Frederick County’s unique and varied landscape makes it an excellent site for grape growing.
Linganore Winecellars at Berrywine Plantations
Black Ankle Vineyards
Elk Run Vineyards
Loew Vineyards

Mason-Dixon Wine Trail

Explore the eight leading wineries that make up the Mason Dixon Wine Trail. The Mason-Dixon Wine Trail highlights four Maryland and four Pennsylvania wineries covering Baltimore and Harford Counties in Maryland, and Adams and York Counties in Pennsylvania.
Adams County Winery
Allegro Vineyards
Basignani Winery
Boordy Vineyards

The Patuxent Wine Trail

Calvert County is known as the Pleasant Peninsula, and you will soon see why after experiencing the sublime pleasures of the Patuxent Wine Trail. Part of historic Southern Maryland, Calvert County offers stunning water vistas and beautiful rolling farmland that soothes the soul.
Cove Point Winery
Fridays Creek Winery
Running Hare Vineyard
Solomons Island Winery



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Michigan Wine Trails

As of 2007, there were 2,000 acres under wine-grape cultivation and 64 commercial wineries in Michigan, producing 425,000 cases of wine (1 million U.S. gallons). Wine and wine tourism were estimated in 2007 to be a $100 million industry. Most of the quality bottled wine of Michigan is produced in the four listed American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) of Fennville AVA, Lake Michigan Shore AVA, Leelanau Peninsula AVA, and the Old Mission Peninsula AVA. Besides grape wine, Michigan is a leader in the production of fruit wines such as cherry wine.

Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail

Leelanau Peninsula is a collection of 12 wineries on the Leelanau Peninsula. Becuase of its cool-climate, Michigan wines have been winning more national and international awards and praise each and every year.
Bel Lago Winery
Black Star Farms
Chateau de Leelanau Vinyard & Winery
Longview Winery & Vinyard

Old Mission Peninsula Wine Trail

Jutting north between the azure arms of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay lies Old Mission Peninsula. Situated at the globe's 45th parallel – the ideal climate for growing varietal wine grapes – the seven distinct wineries that comprise this stunning appellation have been well recognized by international wine enthusiasts.
Black Star Farms
Bowers Harbor Vineyards
Brys Estate Vineyard & Winery
Peninsula Cellars

Southwest Michigan Wine Trail

From the state line north to Saugatuck, and from the lakeshore east to the vineyards beyond Paw Paw, the countryside contains over 10,000 acres of grapes. With light, beach-like soils and lake effect climate, this small corner of the state is a designated American Viticultural Area (AVA) classified as Lake Michigan Shore.
Contessa Wine Cellars
Domaine Berrien Cellars & Winery
Fenn Valley Vineyard & Wine Cellar
Free Run Cellars



New Jersey Wine Trails

New Jersey’s climate and soil conditions allows for a variety of grapes to grown. Grape varietals include Chardonnay, Riesling, Vidal Blanc, Seyval Blanc, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chambourcin and Marechal Foch. Many other varieties are also grown in New Jersey.

Central New Jersey Wine Trail

Central New Jersey has several wineries with a unique terroir created by a soil of limestone, shale and sand.
Dimatteo Vineyards
Sharrott Winery
Plagido's Winery
Balic Winery

Outer Coastal Plain Wine Trail

The Outer Coastal Plain AVA is in southern New Jersey. The Outer Coastal Plain covers more than two million acres. Both the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay influence the climate and create a maritime effect. This allows vineyards in this area to grow grapes that require warmer weather. Here the land is relatively flat with sandy soil. Numerous wineries are located here taking advantage of the good soil and climate.
Natali Vineyards
Cape May Winery and Vineyard
Turis / Turdo Vineyards & Winery



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New York Wine Trails

New York ranks third in grape production by volume after California and Washington. Eighty-three percent of New York's grape area is Vitis labrusca varieties (mostly Concord). The rest is almost split equal between Vitis vinifera and French hybrids. The range of wines made in New York include Riesling, Seyval Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, sparkling wines, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Cayuga Wine Trail

In the heart of the Finger Lakes is the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail offering a unique blend of fine wines, scenic waterfalls and local gourmet eateries.
Americana Vineyards
Buttonwood Grove Winery
Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery
Cobblestone Farm Winery and Vineyard

Chautauqua-Lake Erie Wine Trail

The Wine Trail is about 40 miles long and runs amidst 30,000 acres of vineyards along Lake Erie in western New York and Pennsylvania in “America’s Grape Country”. Twenty-one wineries produce award winning wines including vinifera, ice wines, fruit wines, and specialty wines such as brandies and ports.
Arrowhead Wine Cellars
Blueberry Sky Farm Winery
Heritage Wine Cellars
Mazza Chautauqua Cellars

Dutchess Wine Trail

The Dutchess Wine Trail leads you past the vineyards, orchards and farms that provide the bounty of the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Along the way, sample wines that have gained international recognition while you tour wine cellars and chat with owners and winemakers.
Clinton Vineyards
Millbrook Vineyards

Hamptons Wine Trail

The Hamptons Wine Trail located on the South Fork of Long Island is comprised of a number of wineries. This area is most suited to growing Chardonnay and Merlot, Cab Franc and Cab Sauvignon.
Wolffer Estate Sagpond Vineyards
Channing Daughters Winery
Old Field Vineyards
Bedell Cellars

Keuka Lake Wine Trail

Spend a day, a weekend, or a week traveling along the shores of beautiful Keuka Lake, the most picturesque of New York's pristine Finger Lakes. Visit the eight wineries of the Keuka Lake Wine Trail, enjoying the unique tasteful experience each has to offer.
Keuka Spring Vineyards
Barrington Cellars
Ravines Wine Cellars
McGregor Vineyard Winery

Niagara Wine Trail

Explore the award-winning wineries along the Niagara Wine Trail just 1.5 hours from Toronto or Rochester, 1/2 hour from Buffalo, and minutes from Niagara Falls, the Niagara Wine Trail awaits the traveler seeking a beautiful combination of wineries, sleepy back wood farm vistas, and a truly rural life within an afternoons drive.
Arrowhead Spring Vineyards
Eveningside Vineyards
Honeymoon Trail Winery
Winery at Marjim Manor

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North Fork Wine Trail

From Aquebogue to Greenport, 20-plus wineries and vineyards—the majority on or close to routes 25 or 48—are open to the public for tastings.
Ternhaven Cellars
Palmer Vineyards
Paumanok Vineyards

Seneca Lake Wine Trail

The Seneca Lake Wine Trail is a community of wineries organized near Seneca Lake, one of eleven lakes that make up the Finger Lakes Region located in New York State. The Finger Lakes unique geology and topography is what makes the area hospitable for grape growing.
Belhurst Winery
Fox Run Vineyards
Seneca Shore Wine Cellars
Torrey Ridge Winery

Shawangunk Wine Trail

The Shawangunk Wine Trail is nestled between the famous Shawangunk Mountains and the majestic Hudson River. The Trail is just 85 miles north of New York City. The Trail is composed of ten family owned wineries from New Paltz in Ulster County to Warwick, in Orange County.
Adair Vineyards
Applewood Winery
Baldwin Vineyards
Brotherhood Winery



Oregon Wine Trails

The state of Oregon in the United States has established an international reputation for its production of wine. Oregon has several different growing regions within the state's borders which are well-suited to the cultivation of grapes; additional regions straddle the border between Oregon and the states of Washington and Idaho. Wine making dates back to pioneer times in the 1840s, with commercial production beginning in the 1960s.

Columbia Gorge Wine Trail

The Columbia Gorge AVA has Champenoise style Chardonnay & Pinot Noir in its western reaches and high mountain sites, to Syrah and Cabernet in its western portion. The Columbia Gorge viticulture brings a distinctive taste, balance and vibrancy to a wide range of classic varietals.
Cascade Cliffs Winery
Cathedral Ridge Winery
Pheasant Valley Winery
Hood River Vineyards

Applegate Valley Wine Trail

The Applegate Valley is one of Oregon’s newest appellations and represents another step forward for a wine industry running at full speed. The valley runs for 50 miles, from the California border to the Rogue River in southern Oregon.
Applegate Red Winery
Bridgeview Vineyards & Winery
Cowhorn Vineyard
Troon Vineyard

North Willamette Valley Wine Trail

The North Willamette Vintners represents the wineries located in, or immediately adjacent to, Washington County, Oregon. Together this diverse group of wineries shapes the northern gateway to Oregon’s wine country.
Blooming Hill Vineyard
Apolloni Vineyards
Beran Vineyards
Cooper Mountain Vineyards



Pennsylvania Wine Trails

The climate in Pennsylvania is mild compared to surrounding states, with the moderating effects of Lake Erie to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. More than 90 wineries are located in all parts of the state, including five designated American Viticultural Areas. Pennsylvania is the eighth-largest wine producing state in the country.

Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail

The Wine Trail of Susquehanna Heartland is full of color, beauty and above all, great wine. The Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail offers the visitor many chances to experience the flavor of Pennsylvania and all it offers. From crafts to fairs, scenery to our exquisite wines, we feel we have some of the finest offerings around for the discerning palette.
Benigna's Creek Vineyard and Winery
Brookmere Farm Vineyards
Hunters Valley Winery
Mount Nittany Vineyard and Winery

Brandywine Valley Wine Trail

Spanning scenic southeastern Pennsylvania between historic Philadelphia and the Amish countryside outside Lancaster, the eight wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail are located within an easy drive of one another. Each winery has it’s own distinct personality for you to discover as you tour our vineyards, taste in our cellars, and picnic on our grounds.
Chaddsford Winery
Kreutz Creek Vineyards
Paradocx Vineyard
Penns Woods Winery

Lehigh Valley Wine Trail

The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is home to nine family-owned vineyards and wineries that have brought home the Governor’s Cup for eight out of the last nine years. The fertile farmlands of the area provide an ideal growing environment, and the area’s close proximity to Philadelphia and New York City make the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail a beautiful and easy escape for wine lovers across the Mid-Atlantic region.
Amore Vineyards and Winery
Big Creek Vineyard
Blue Mountain Vineyards
Clover Hill Vineyards and Winery



Rhode Island Wine Trails

Viticulture in Rhode Island began in 1663 when King Charles II of England included wine production among the land uses approved in the royal charter establishing Rhode Island as an English colony. The modern wine industry of Rhode Island began in 1975 when Sakonnet Vineyards was established near Little Compton. Located near the Atlantic Ocean, Rhode Island has one of the most moderate climates of the U.S. northeast.

Coastal Wine Trail

The New England/Rhode Island viticultural appellation, called the Southeastern New England Wine Growing Appellation, stretches from Cape Cod and the Islands through the South Coast of Massachusetts and Coastal Rhode Island and Coastal Connecticut. The Coastal Wine Trail winds through the heart of the Southeastern New England Wine Growing Appellation.
Greenvale Vineyard
Newport Vineyards and Winery
Running Brook Vineyards
Sakonnet Vineyards



Texas Wine Trails

Texas has a long history of wine production. The sunny and dry climate of the major wine making regions in the state have drawn comparison to Portuguese wines. Some of the earliest recorded Texas wines were produced by Spanish missionaries in the 1650s near El Paso. The state is home to over 36 members of the Vitis grape vine family with fifteen being native to the state, more than any other region on earth.

Balcones Wine Trail

The Balcones Trail is named after the Balcones Escaprment that cuts through this area of Texas.
Alamosa Wine Cellars
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards

Brazos Wine Trail

The Brazos Wine Trail is named after the Brazos River valley that dominates this south eastern portion of the state.
Pleasant Hill Winery
Windy Winery
Messina Hof Winery
Bernhardt Winery

Grapevine Wine Trail

The Grapevine Wine Trail is named after the town of Grapevine, northwest of Dallas. City fathers were instrumental in passing legislation that allowed wineries to establish tasting rooms to share their wine with tourists, helping the wine industry to expand.
Cross Timbers Winery
La Buena Vida
Su Vino Winery
Homestead Vineyard & Winery

Enchanted Wine Trail

The Enchanted Wine Trail is named after Enchanted Rock State Park, home to the 2nd largest outcropping of granite in the U.S.
Texas Hills Vineyard
Becker Vineyards
Grape Creek Vineyard
Fredericksburg Winery

Munson Wine Trail

The Munson Wine Trail in north eastern Texas. This trail was named to honor the viticultural research done by Texan T.V. Munson, whose work saved the French wine industry when France's vineyards were devastated by phylloxera. Grayson Country College in Denison continues the work T.V. began.
CrossRoads Winery
Landon Winery
Lone Star Wine Cellars



Virginia Wine Trails

Wine has been produced in the area since the early days of European colonization in the 17th century. Virginia has hot humid summers that can be challenging to viticulture. Since 2000, Chardonnay has been the most produced grape variety, followed by Cabernet Sauvignon, Viognier, and Cabernet Franc. French hybrids and native American grape varieties account for nearly 20% of total winegrape production in the state.

Bedford Wine Trail

A majority of the state's vineyards are planted in Central Maryland, from the foothills west of Frederick, Maryland to the head of the Chesapeake Bay. The state's oldest wineries are located in the Piedmont Plateau. There are clusters of wineries around Westminster and north of Baltimore.
Hickory Hill Vineyards
Peaks of Otter Winery
Savoy-Lee Winery
White Rock Vineyards & Winery

Blue Ridge Wine Way

The Blue Ridge Wine Way is recognized as Virginias premier wine region, featuring the best of the best from 5 different counties in the Northern Virginia region. We are the nearest Wine Trail to the Capitol Region, and the Washington Post declared the Blue Ridge Wineway "The Napa Valley of the East Coast." just under an hours drive from the Washington DC area.
Gray Ghost Vineyards
The Winery at La Grange
Mediterranean Cellars
Pearmund Cellars

Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail

Nestled in the heart of Chesapeake Bay Country the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail offers a captivating trip though a land once networked by colonial cowpaths. Each winery has a sense of place that is realized in the wine.
Potomac Point Winery
Oak Crest Vineyard & Winery
Ingleside Plantation Vineyards
Belle Mount Vineyards

Loudon’s Wine Trail

Loudoun County’s wineries have emerged as the leading Virginia producers of vinifera and New World grape wines. Soil conditions, temperate climate, access to technical experts and mentors, and skilled winemakers all contribute to Loudoun’s growing reputation as "DC's Wine Country."
Breaux Vineyards
Doukenie Winery
Hillsborough Vineyards
Chrysalis Vineyards

Monticello Wine Trail

The natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and charm of historic Charlottesville lure thousands of tourists to the more then 20 Monticello area wineries on the trail.
Blenheim Vineyards
Afton Mountain Vineyards
Cardinal Point Vineyard and Winery
King Family Vineyards

General's Wine and History Trail

In 2009 ten wineries banded together to form a new type wine trail experience. The new wine trail experience was to tie our rich wine heritage with our rich historical heritage and thus the General's Wine & History Trail was born.
Gadino Cellars
Lost Creek Winery
Fox Meadow Vineyards
Sunset Hills Vineyard



Washington Wine Trails

Washington ranks second in the United States in the production of wine, behind only California. By 2006, the state had over 31,000 acres of vineyards, a harvest of 120,000 short tons of grapes, and exports going to over 40 countries around the world from the 600 wineries located in the state. Geographically and viticulturally, Washington is divided into section separated by the Cascade Mountain chain.


Walla Walla Valley Wine Trail

Walla Walla sits in the foothills of the Blue Mountains in the Southeastern corner of Washington State. Today more than 100 wineries are operating in the Walla Walla Valley, and more than 1,800 acres of vineyards have become part of the agricultural landscape.
Dunham Cellars
Gifford Hirlinger Winery
Seven Hills Winery
Abeja Walla Walla

Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail

These Yakima Valley wineries are located in the vineyards and orchards of the Rattlesnake Hills, just 4 miles southeast of Yakima off Interstate 82. The Rattlesnake Hills form the northern border of the Central Yakima Valley.
Desert Hills Winery
St. Hilaire Cellars
Selah Heights Winery
Windy Point Vineyards





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