Taste and


Participating Wineries


Your vacation to the Walla Walla Valley wine region is easier than you think. With the Taste and Tote program, Alaska Airlines now allows you to check you first case of wine free when travelling out of the Walla Walla, Tri-Cities/Pasco, or Yakima Airports. Just make sure your Mileage Plan number is on your reservation and the wine is safely packaged for transport in a protective, unsealed shipping container and your wine flies free! While you are in the Walla Walla Valley, you can show your current (i.e., within 7 days of tasting) Alaska Airlines boarding pass and receive waived tasting fees at Walla Walla Valley participating wineries. See more details and frequently asked questions here. 

Participating wineries:

Adamant Cellars
a’Maurice Cellars

Amavi Cellars
Balboa Winery
Basel Cellars Estate Winery
Browne Family Vineyards
Canoe Ridge Vineyard
College Cellars of Walla Walla
Corliss Estates
DaMa Wines
Doubleback Winery
Dunham Cellars
Dusted Valley
Elegante’ Cellars
Five Star Cellars
Foundry Vineyards
Garrison Creek Cellars
Gifford Hirlinger
Kontos Cellars
L’Ecole N° 41
Lagana Cellars
Leonetti Cellar
Locati Cellars
Long Shadows Vintners
Northstar Winery
Otis Kenyon Wine
Pepper Bridge Winery
Reininger Winery
Saviah Cellars
Seven Hills Winery
Sinclair Estate Vineyards
Sleight of Hand Cellars
Spring Valley Vineyard
Tamarack Cellars
Tempus Cellars
Tertulia Cellars
The Walls Vineyards
Three Rivers Winery
Trust Cellars
Walla Walla Vintners
Waterbrook Winery
Watermill Winery
Woodward Canyon
Zerba Cellars

Please note that the wine must be safely packaged for transport in a protective shipping container. The TSA asks that containers not be sealed, but remain open for inspection. The first case free program applies to all out-bound destinations in the United States and Canada destinations served by Alaska Airlines. It does not apply to international destinations. Advise the Alaska Air Customer Service Agent when you check in so the box can be properly labeled with FRAGILE stickers. Items packaged in cardboard boxes are covered in case of loss, but are checked at your own risk for damage. For details on Alaska Air check baggage policies visit their Check Baggage Policies at alaskaair.com.