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As the unofficial wine capital of Washington, Walla Walla is home to more than 120 wineries with tasting rooms, a nationally recognized culinary scene focusing on farm-to-table dishes which emphasize Walla Walla’s agricultural roots. Nestled at the base of the Blue Mountains, Walla Walla offers an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities as well as some of the prettiest views in eastern Washington. As one of the oldest cities in the state, Walla Walla highlights a rich history of Native American heritage, a legacy of French-Canadian fur trappers, Fort Walla Walla Museum, the Whitman Mission Historical sight, and the Lewis-Clark Expedition.
The Downtown Walla Walla Wine District – A Tasting Itinerary
- The Downtown Walla Walla Wine District – A Tasting ItineraryThe Downtown Walla Walla Wine District is charming. The Downtown Walla Walla Wine District is eclectic. And the Downtown Walla Walla Wine District is convenient! Within walking distance of great hotels, award-winning restaurants, shopping, and fine arts, the Downtown Walla Walla Wine District could keep you busy for days on end. To get you started, … Read More
- Five reasons to visit Walla Walla for a mid-week getawayA getaway, whether planned in advance or impromptu, is top of mind for all of us these days. But weekend stays are harder to book without more advance planning. Hotel rooms and accommodations book up further in advance for weekend stays, the best reservation times are snatched up earlier, and more people tend to be … Read More
- Escape to the East Side Wine DistrictThe East Side Wine District features some of the most coveted and idyllic spots on the Walla Walla wine map. Because they are a bit further a-flung, and because the East Side Wine District is home to some of the harder-to-get-into wineries, the best way to experience these Walla Walla wineries is through a touring … Read More