Wine Yakima Valley

Wine Yakima Valley is inviting
wine enthusiasts to its inaugural
Winemaker’s Table event April 28, 29.
Exclusive vertical tasting of library wines,
current vintages and barrel samples
from your favorite winery.
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Yakima Valley was the first winegrowing appellation established in Washington State, and the entire Pacific Northwest. The official American Viticultural Area (AVA) was designated in 1983.


Yakima Valley cultivates 17,000 acres of wine grapes, the most of any appellation in Washington State, and the entire Pacific Northwest. Yakima Valley vines supply half of Washington’s wine production, including 80 local wineries.


Yakima Valley vineyards support the best Washington State and Pacific Northwest wineries, including Quilceda Creek, DeLille Cellars, Andrew Will, Col Solare, Côte Bonneville, Betz Family, Owen Roe, and many more.


Spring Barrel Tasting

Spring Barrel Tasting weekend, April 27–29, 2018, is the most popular annual event for Yakima Valley vintners and those who appreciate the fine wines coming from the Valley. Sample unfinished wine right from the barrel, gain insight into the artistic process at each winery, and get a jump on tasting and purchasing some of the best wines in wine country.

Winemaker's Table

Reserve your seat at the inaugural Winemaker’s Table during the 2018 Spring Barrel Tasting. Yakima Valley’s newest event offers an intimate tasting with your favorite winemaker, April 28–29. Enjoy an exclusive vertical tasting of library wines, current vintages and barrel samples from your favorite winery. Tastings will be held hourly from 11:00am–4:00pm.

Wine & Philanthropy

The wine industry supports a wide range of initiatives from local education, animal welfare, and food programs, to large-scale events such as the Auction of Washington wine which raised $4.1 million last year for its beneficiaries, including Seattle Children’s hospital, Washington State University’s Viticulture and Enology research program and an annual industry grant.

Upcoming Events

Winemaker Vineyard Walk at Domanico Cellars 0

🕔May 25, 2018, 00:00

11:30am – Every Friday – This is a free event. It is spring and the Vineyard is coming to life. Come take a stroll along side Winemaker and Vineyard Owner Jason Domanico as he coaxes the vines out of winter

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AntoLin Cellars Presents: Jez Slowe – 7pm 0

🕔May 25, 2018, 00:00

Friday, May 25th 7-9pm. No Cover Growing up west of London, England, Jez Slowe is not your average Yakima musician. He is an English singer/songwriter with some influence from Billy Bragg. These Guitars Say Sorry is a “band” with just

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