Washington Wine Tasting
Rattlesnake Hills Pre-Spring Barrel Tasting - April 19-21, 2013
A wonderful tradition on the Wine Trail: sampling new wines straight from the barrel in addition to the award winning wines being poured and tasted in our tasting rooms. This weekend is sometimes referred as to Pre-Barrel Tasting weekend the crowds are smaller and you experience more intimate than regular Barrel Tasting weekend. There is no cost or ticket needed to attend this event, however some winery do charge a tasting fee. This is a must to enjoy with a group of friends or family. For more information go to www.rattlesnakehills.org
Rattlesnake Hills Spring Barrel Tasting - April 26-28, 2013
All of the wineries in the Yakima Valley will be sampling new wines straight from the barrel. It is another great weekend of fun as well as a chance to learn a little about where your favorite wines are made. There is no cost or tickets needed to attend this event, however some wineries do charge a tasting fee. For more information go to www.rattlesnakehills.org
Wine Yakima Valley's Spring Barrel Tasting - April 26-28, 2013
10am-5pm. Cost: Premier Passes are $30.00 on-line in advance, or $35.00 at the door. Spring Barrel tasting is your chance to get a jump on tasting and purchasing some of the best wines in wine country. A visit to the Valley on this weekend will allow you to sample yet-unfinished wines from the barrel. Spring Barrel Tasting allows tasters a sneak preview of upcoming vintages from their favorite wineries. This special weekend in the Yakima Valley features winemakers and cellar staff who are on hand to share insights and answer questions on the winemaking process. Many of the participating wineries make special efforts to enhance the wine tasting experience by adding delicious cheeses, sauces, salsas, and even desserts to the mix along with special tastings and education. For more info call 1-800-258-7270 or visit www.wineyakimavalley.org
Other Yakima Valley Spring Weekend Activities
Extend your wine tasting visit to the sunny Yakima Valley with a leisurely challenge like a sunny round of golf, a bike ride through wine country or a horseback ride through country lanes, vineyards and orchards. Stock your wine cellar for summer by planning your spring visit to the Yakima Valley today.
Check out the Yakima Valley winery map or stop by the Visitor Information Center for touring advice and you will be set for a fantastic trip. Here are some tips to make this year's Spring Barrel wine tasting event great for all.
Event Tickets and Discount Programs
- More information on Wine Yakima Valley's Premier Pass for Spring Barrel Wine Tasting, go to www.wineyakimavalley.org
- More information on Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail's Passport program, go to www.rattlesnakehills.org