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Oregon Wineries in the Walla Walla Valley AVA

A gem just over the border in Oregon

The Rocks District of Milton-Freewater resides entirely on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley AVA. While it technically isn’t in Walla Walla, it’s an attraction and region worth noting for the exciting way it enhances the wine experience for visitors. Be sure to make a drive across the Oregon border a part of your Walla Walla itinerary by visiting one of these singularly unique wineries.

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  • Prefer zero proof? Walla Walla has so much to offer
    Going dry. Sober curious. Zero proof. By Vicki Hillhouse Of all the ways to describe an alcohol-free experience — whether for a night, a month or the foreseeable future — one label that doesn’t apply is “boring.” Gone are the days of ho-hum zero-alcohol beverage options. A growing number of Walla Walla’s restaurant, bar and … Read More
  • Spring Release Weekend
    Spring Release Weekend is one of the most popular wine-tasting weekends in Walla Walla, and with very good reason. As the name implies, this weekend is one where virtually all wineries “release” new vintages so you can be among the first to sample and own the latest Walla Walla wines! The excitement of the new … Read More
  • Spring Kickoff Weekend
    April is a fantastic time to visit Walla Walla: the changing seasons bring the Blue Mountains alive in shades of vibrant green, mild temperatures set the stage for enjoyable outdoor recreation, and the area wineries are celebrating Walla Walla Wine Month. Plan your visit to coincide with the 5th Annual Walla Walla Valley Wine Month … Read More

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