Wine Yakima Valley

Celebrate harvest during Yakima Valley's Catch the Crush
event. October 10 and 11, 2015. Each winery offers its own
celebratory events including grape stomps, harvest and
crush activities, food, music, and of course wine tasting!

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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.


Kana Winery

Kana Winery, located in the historic Larson Building in downtown Yakima. Local physician, Dr. Palmer Wright, launched Kana Winery in 2002 for his love of wine, he also pays tribute to his love of The Grateful Dead.

Klipsun Vineyard

Planted in 1984 by Patricia and David Gelles, Klipsun Vineyards may be one of the most respected vineyards in Washington State and particularly noted as one of the best maintained.

Catch the Crush

Celebrate harvest during the Annual Catch the Crush event, October 10 and 11, 2015. Whether you want to stomp grapes, enjoy food offerings, or simply taste wine, the Yakima Valley is the place to be!

Upcoming Events

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Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center 🕔October 09, 2015, 18:00

Enjoy all your favorite local wineries in one place and enjoy live music from Highway 12! Music, wine, food, and friends make this the place to be! Friday, Oct 9th 6pm – 9pm $10 cover, wine and food from Garcia’s

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Open Mic Night at Kana Winery 0

Kana Winery 🕔October 09, 2015, 19:00

Friday (OPEN-MIC Night) Join in the fun bring your instrument do a little jammin with locally grown musicians! 7pm-10pm. For you beer drinkers we offer Bale Breakers, Snipes and last but not least Yakima Craft. By the way the 1982

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Grape Stomp, Vineyard Run, and Winemaker’s Dinner 0

Airfield Estates in Prosser 🕔October 09, 2015, 19:00

GRAPE STOMP, VINEYARD RUN, & WINEMAKER’S DINNER FUN HARVEST FESTIVITIES! FRIDAY-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9-10TH  AT AIRFIELD ESTATES IN PROSSER  Registration is now available for our 9th Annual Grape Stomp, Vineyard Run, and Winemaker’s Dinner! Details and registration available online. Space is

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This weekend!
So many cool things to see & do:
much of which involves wine :-)

Wine Yakima Valley shared Washington State Wine's photo. ...

Yakima Valley is Washington State's first federally recognized AVA. Established in 1983, this region covers over 13,000 vineyard acres, accounting for over one-third of the state’s grape-growing area. It yields more than 40 different white and red grape varieties, including Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and more.

The Art of the CRuSH.
October 10th & 11th