There are many factors to consider when looking for the perfect place to stay in wine country. Whether you’re looking for breathtaking views of vineyards, close proximity to tasting rooms, or if you just want something cozy, staying at a winery can give you the best of all worlds. Find your perfect getaway with these…

By Catie McIntyre Walker We’re celebrating an anniversary here in the Walla Walla Valley. It’s the 30th Anniversary of when the Walla Walla Valley became an official American Viticultural Area (AVA). What does this mean and what is an AVA, you ask? An American Viticultural Area is a designated wine grape growing area that is…

By Kirsten Telander If you ever want to pretend you have a private chef in your own villa, make a reservation at The Vine Fine Dining at Cameo Heights Mansion. But don’t worry about booking the Chef’s Table. Chef Nathan Carlson is front and center, and even served a couple of our courses to us…

By Catie McIntyre Walker Flowers are being planted and cases of new wines are being opened. The temperatures are rising and Spring Release Weekend in Walla Walla is here. Every first weekend of May the wineries in the Walla Walla Valley bring out their new releases. It’s an opportunity to celebrate the glorious new season…

By Andrew Holt Meet Chuck Reininger, passionate winemaker and passionate outdoorsman. Born and raised in Bellevue, Wash., Reininger calls the Walla Walla Valley home mainly due to his love of the outdoors, the region’s spectacular geography and rich history. The former mountain climbing guide says all of this passion is reflected in his wine. Hence,…