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Wineries in Washington

Planning a trip to a winery? How do you choose which ones to visit? What should you be prepared for when visiting a winery? What should you expect and plan for during a day of wine tasting? When is the best time to visit a winery?

During the summer and fall, the wineries are the busiest; however, depending on the size of the winery, visiting during the off-season of winter and spring may be more personal and comfortable. Check the winery hours, to see what their hours are, or call to make arrangements to speak with the owners and winemakers themselves in the tasting room. Be sure to take into consideration what you would like to do during your visit of wine tasting: discover what kind of wines you are interested in; tell the owner (or tour guide) if you are a serious collector or out to learn a little and have some fun.

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Maryhill Winery
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Winery in Goldendale, WA USA

award-winning destination winery and outdoor amphitheater Nestled among rows of vines on the Columbia River in Goldendale, Washington, Maryhill is a popular destination with an adjacent 4,000-seat outdoor amphitheater that hosts a world-class summer concert series and free live music on the vine-covered terrace.

Barrel Room Wine Tasting
Barrel Room Wine Tasting things to do on a rainy day in Tri-Cities, WA
Winery in Pasco, WA USA

Wine Tasting on Estate Vineyard Gordon Estate Winery is a rural vineyard just outside of Pasco, Wa. With picturesque views of the Snake River and estate grown wines, it is a place to relax and unwind. Bring a picnic or play lawn games while you take in the scenery and taste the fruits of our labor.


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