yakima valley wineries

Yakima Valley Tourism Welcomes Visitors to Wine and Ag Country
Welcome to the tourism season in the Yakima Valley. It is an industry that brings in millions of dollars and employs thousands of people in the Yakima County. Katie Heaverlo is Director of Tourism for the Yakima Valley Visitors and Convention Bureau who says besides the wine and sunshine visitors co…
New Yakima Valley Wineries Signs
The next time you are looking for a local winery, watch for the signs. New signs for wineries in the county have gone up in Sunnyside. The signs are supposed to make it easier for tourists to get to local wineries. Our news partner KIMA Action News reports more than $100,000 has been spent on instal…
Spring Barrel Tasting Next Weekend In The Yakima Valley
Wine lovers will flood the valley this weekend for the annual Spring Barrel Tasting event. Barb Glover with Wine Yakima Valley says nearly every winery in the valley will be open serving wine from the barrel. But tasting future wine isn't the only thing happening during the weekend...
Make Your Plans For Spring Barrel Tasting In The Yakima Valley
Whether you’re from the valley or planning a much-needed getaway, Spring Barrel Tasting is ready for you to take part in our wine-filled weekend of festivities. Friday, April 27 kicks off the three-day event weekend with wineries opening their cellars, vineyards, and tasting room…
Red Wine And Chocolate This Weekend In The Yakima Valley!
It's almost time for Wine Yakima Valley's annual Red Wine and Chocolate event. Spend the weekend indulging in rich chocolates, red wines and activities throughout the valley.
Over 40 wineries in Yakima, Prosser, Zillah and Red Mountain will be offering decadent treats as you make your …