10 Dec Aaronswinechronicles Top Ten Recommended Wineries of 2019!
2019 Top Ten Wineries (by area – SE Washington)
Welcome to Aaronswinechronicles first annual Top Ten recommended wineries in Southeast Washington! For simplicity, I’ve partitioned the Southeast region of Washington into 3 specific areas or zones. The first area covers tasting rooms in the Yakima Valley, Prosser and Paterson while the second covers the Tri-Cities and Red Mountain. Finally, the third zone covers Walla Walla. As my wine escapades continue across the state, I hope to be including other state regions as well. This region of Southeast Washington state includes hundreds of wineries to experience! Since I’ve personally visited more than 90% of the tasting rooms in this combined area, I feel confident about these recommendations. Here I present 3 lists, one for each specific area just described.
These wineries were identified by Aaronswinechronicles.com based upon personal experiences and multiple direct visits/tastings over the years. Some of the more important attributes considered in my recommendations include:
- Wine Quality and Consistency (with a focus on red wines)
- Tasting room staff – Knowledge, Enthusiasm and Customer Engagement
- Diversity of Wine Offerings
- Ambiance and more.
Please note: Recommended wineries identified here are NOT listed in any particular order of priority. From my perspective, if a tasting room made the list, it is highly recommended by Aaronswinechronicles.com. I hope you visit and enjoy these fabulous Washington State wine venues! Cheers!
Top Ten Wineries (Yakima Valley/Prosser/Paterson)
Ryan Patrick/Milbrandt Winery
Côte Bonneville Winery
Columbia Crest Winery
Alexandria Nicole Cellars
Co Dinn Cellars
Top Ten Wineries (Tri-Cities/Red Mountain)
Double Canyon Winery
Col Solare Winery
J. Bookwalter Winery
Purple Star Winery
Cooper Wine Company
Top Ten Wineries (Walla Walla)
Walla Walla Vintners
Woodward Canyon Winery
Seven Hills Winery
Long Shadows Vintners
Garrison Creek Cellars
Eternal Wines/Drink Washington State
Armstrong Family Winery