Walla Walla Wineries

Thanks to a truly unique combination of climate, character, charm, and culture, the Walla Walla Valley has become home to one of the finest wine regions in the nation, with 120 wineries and 2,800 acres of grapes.

Wineries and tasting rooms are distributed across five main districts: Downtown, Southside, Westside, Airport, and Eastside districts. Each district has its own distinct feel, yet all combine to make Walla Walla wine country unmatched by any other.


Southside & Oregon

Extending across the state line, Walla Walla’s southside wineries are largely set among estate vineyards, providing visitors with a traditional wine country touring experience.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.


Downtown

Walla Walla’s historic downtown is home to nearly 40 tasting rooms. There’s a large concentration of tasting rooms within four blocks of Second Avenue and Main Street. All are within walking distance of chef-owned restaurants, accommodations, boutique shopping, and an award-winning, historic Main Street. Tasting rooms here represent wineries throughout the region.


Westside

Here you’ll find some of the most established wineries in the Walla Walla Valley, all ready to welcome you to town. Visitors driving into Walla Walla from this direction will find a string of wineries along Highway 12, including L’Ecole and Woodward Canyon, two of the Valley’s oldest.


Airport

Located next to the Walla Walla Regional Airport, you’ll find a truly unique experience. More than a dozen wineries have set up inside old WWII-era mess halls, hanger buildings and firehouses. These function as both tasting rooms and production centers, including the Port of Walla Walla Incubator Program, which helps start-up wineries get off the ground.


Eastside

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


To learn more about the unique history and terroir of the Walla Walla Valley, you can view the Walla Walla Valley Winery Guide. You can also learn more at Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance website.