Yakima Valley Wineries

Washington's WIne Country

As Yakima Valley's viticulture has matured over the last three decades and its winemaking prospered, many Yakima Valley wineries have cropped up to quick acclaim. The Washington State wine industry continues to grow, it is a must to visit the Yakima Valley often not only to taste your favorites but to see which new wines and wineries have joined the charming Yakima Valley wine country. With over 50 member wineries, Yakima Valley Tourism has the most winery members of any trade association in the Yakima Valley and is the fourth largest in Washington state.

Yakima Valley Wine Tasting Areas

With 120 wineries scattered throughout the Yakima Valley, it can be difficult to figure out where to start your wine tasting adventure. That's why we've broken up our valley into some of the most popular wine tasting regions, making wine tasting an easy and relaxing experience.

Yakima Valley Wine Tasting Areas

For those interested in visiting all that wine country has to offer, utilize our Wine Map to help plan your visits to new wineries and old favorites. You'll often encounter winery family members in the tasting room delighted to recommend the best Washington wine to enjoy with regional cuisine. You'll learn about the winemaking process, the traditional wisdom of barrel or bottle aging.


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Plan Your Wine Country Trip


Yakima Valley Wine Country Maps

Tasting rooms, wineries, vineyards, cideries and breweries await your visit. Our map is conveniently organized by tasting area to make planning your wine tour easy!


Yakima Valley Wineries

As Yakima Valley's viticulture has matured over the years, more than 120 wineries have established themselves throughout this fertile region.


Yakima Valley Wine Tasting Routes

Wine tasting in the Yakima Valley is a friendly and rewarding experience. Use this trip idea as a guide for planning your own wine tour.

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