Yakima Valley has many wineries and vineyards that produce delicious wine that you would want to bring home and pair with your favorite cheese. We have listed some tips that you should follow when you go on a wine tasting tour. Tour famous vineyards and wineries when you visit Yakima Valley!

Wine Tasting Tips

When people attend wine tasting events, dressing up would be the first thing that they will think of. Look great when you attend a wine tasting event, but it is not recommended to wear strong perfumes as it greatly influences the taste of the wine. Before wine tasting, do not eat flavored snacks and do not smoke. It leaves an after taste in your mouth and you will not enjoy it as it affects the taste of the wine when you start wine tasting.

Wine Tasting Experience

If you love drinking wine, it is best recommended that you tour Yakima Valley for a more exciting wine tasting experience. Visit their tastings as it is provided in spectacular venues and enjoy tasty wine such as Wilridge Winery, Gilbert Cellars, Freehand Cellars and Treveri Cellars. Enjoy a glass of wine and a special dining experience at these wineries after a satisfying wine tasting experience.

More Vineyards and Wineries to Visit

Yakima Valley has many vineyards and wineries that made Yakima well-known for it. When you visit Yakima valley, you must visit popular wineries such as 14 Hands Winery, Two Mountain Winery, Airfield Estates Winery and Kiona Vineyards and Winery. Each of them offers a variety of tasty wine and they will provide you with another great wine tasting experience. Tour these vineyards and wineries when you visit Yakima!


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Kiona Vineyards & Winery got its start back in 1975 when John Williams and Jim Holmes planted the first vines in what would eventually become Washington’s Red Mountain appellation. They notably planted a portion of their new vineyard to Cabernet Sauvignon despite advice saying that the area was only useful for white wine production. Fast forward nearly 45 years and Red Mountain has developed into one of the world’s premier regions for Cabernet Sauvignon, and Kiona is still at the forefront of growing and producing the region’s very best wines. . We had the pleasure of visiting Kiona during our recent stop in Red Mountain and can confirm that their vineyards produce some absolutely world-class fruit. Pictured here are Cabernet Sauvignon clusters from the original 1975 plantings, which still produce wine of unbelievable structure, finesse, and purity. We’re now firm believers in the merits of this unique region and look forward to sharing more about Kiona and the epic terroir of Red Mountain soon. . Have you tried wine from Red Mountain? . @kionawine #kiona #kionavineyards #redmountain #washingtonwine #washington #washingtonstate #grapes #grapecluster #winegrapes #cabernetsauvignon #merlot #syrah #sauvignonblanc #zinfandel #grenache #chardonnay #pinotnoir #bordeaux #napa #napavalley #napawine #winereview #wine #winery #wineblog #wineblogger #instawine #wset #wineryreflections

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