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What a concept -- a handful of wineries in one place.
We stopped by after dinner at the County Line tasting room. Visited McKinley Springs and Martinez & Martinez. Preferred M&M. A band was playing outside (Saturday night) which made it fun to be there.
The Vintner's Village is a compact area that offers more wineries than you can possibly want, each with a unique take on Washington wines. Along with the diversity of wines, there is a diversity of entertainment as well.
Vintner's Village is home to a number of tasting rooms and/or wineries in a compact area, making for a terrific way to sample from several wine makers without having to do a lot of driving in between.
Using a designated driver, or coming on bus...More
Off I-82, exit 80, sourtheast of McDonald's, is a "mall" of tasting rooms for 9 wineries. We only tried 3 of them but found 2 that we will revisit again as well as try others. Tasting fee was only $5. We found a couple of...More
Group of wineries in one building. Coyote Canyon Winery, Martinez & Martinez Winery and McKinley Springs Winery. Surrounded by several other wineries this is a great place to taste wine and learn about Prosser and the area. Each winery is unique.
We stopped here on our search for a sweet wine. We found a late harvest Riesling that we partook of while sitting outside.
This location has several tasting room. Since this was our last stop, we did not check out the other rooms, but we...More
If you're wine tasting this is a great way to taste wines from many different wineries that have tasting rooms in one easy to navigate location. There are pioneers of the Washington wine industry like Thurston Wolf, McKinley Springs, Bunne0l Cellars (and their astounding restaurant...More