Wine Country Wanderlust – Wines From Walla Walla

Washington state is becoming known for its captivating wines in a relatively new craft for this part of the country, which is ideal to produce some righteously unique grapes and, as a result, wine.

 Walla Walla has been named America’s Best Wine Region for the second year in a row by USA Today following a month-long nationwide public vote, and when you visit, it’s easy to see why.

Wines Worth Trying from Walla Walla, Washington

The wines at Rotie are unique and highly sought after around the globe.

Rotie Cellars 

At Rotie, they craft Northern and Southern red and white blends, Grenache Blanc, Little G, Homage, Stonewall Rose, Tannat, and a mix of special releases for specific times of the year.

Throughout the walls of the tasting room are pieces of art that are wine-inspired and some that are originals created by pioneering winemaker Eric Dunham.

Dunham Cellars

Dunham Cellars remains a family affair, and their wine repertoire includes cabernet sauvignons, syrahs, red blends, chardonnays and rieslings, all made from grapes purchased from long standing sources.


The interactive tasting experience was expertly crafted to be at a reasonable pace.

Allowed for a wide variety of wines offered including cabernet sauvignon, syrah, viognier, merlot, chardonnay and a red, white and rosé blend.

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