Walla Walla Valley Wine Region

As of 4/9/21, wineries in Washington can operate at 50% capacity for both indoor and outdoor settings. Groups are limited to 10 or less. In Oregon, wineries can conduct indoor tastings at 50% capacity and outdoor service is permitted at a maximum capacity of 150, with group sizes limited to 8 or less from no more than 2 households. We highly encourage you to check with an establishment prior to visiting and reservations are recommended.

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Westside

If you’re coming from the west, you’ll drive right through the Westside Wine District. Here you’ll find some of the most established wineries in the Walla Walla Valley, all ready to welcome you to town.

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Downtown

Downtown Walla Walla boasts over 30 wine tasting rooms within walking distance of award-winning restaurants and accommodations, fantastic shopping, and a charming historic Main Street.

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Airport

Next to the Walla Walla Airport, you’ll find a truly unique experience. More than a dozen wineries have set up tasting rooms inside old WWII-era mess halls, hangar buildings and firehouses.

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Eastside

On the far Eastside, visitors will find numerous award-winning wineries along with the picturesque Mill Creek growing area.

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Southside

The bulk of the vineyards are located on the Southside of town, so these wineries pair spectacular views of the Walla Walla Valley with their highly acclaimed wines.

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Oregon

Keep heading South, and you’ll be across the Oregon border before you know it. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater, a sub-AVA of the Walla Walla Valley.

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Vineyards and Palouse wheat fields