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    lleichtman Guest

    Default Yakima Valley

    Going to Seattle in June and am going to Yakima Valley for a day or so
    and wondering what wineries the group likes in that area. Wanted to go
    to Walla Walla but got nixed on the travel distance by wife and
    friends.

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    Bi!! Guest

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    On May 2, 12:56*pm, lleichtman <larryleicht...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Going to Seattle in June and am going to Yakima Valley for a day or so
    > and wondering what wineries the group likes in that area. Wanted to go
    > to Walla Walla but got nixed on the travel distance by wife and
    > friends.


    Barnard Griffin and Snoqualmine come to mind. Both are fairly priced
    and pretty good quality for the price.

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    covala Guest

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    lleichtman wrote:
    > Going to Seattle in June and am going to Yakima Valley for a day or so
    > and wondering what wineries the group likes in that area. Wanted to go
    > to Walla Walla but got nixed on the travel distance by wife and
    > friends.


    Try not to be put off by the distance to WW. At least try to make it to
    the Prosser (and from there to the Red Mountain) area. If you really
    can't make it there try visiting the Woodinville (suburb of Seattle)
    area. A lot of WW and other top notch wineries have established tasting
    rooms there. You won't see any vineyards there but you can taste a lot
    of good wines within a few miles of each other.

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    lleichtman Guest

    Default Re: Yakima Valley

    On May 2, 9:43*pm, covala <ifw...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > lleichtman wrote:
    > > Going to Seattle in June and am going to Yakima Valley for a day or so
    > > and wondering what wineries the group likes in that area. Wanted to go
    > > to Walla Walla but got nixed on the travel distance by wife and
    > > friends.

    >
    > Try not to be put off by the distance to WW. At least try to make it to
    > the Prosser (and from there to the Red Mountain) area. If you really
    > can't make it there try visiting the Woodinville (suburb of Seattle)
    > area. A lot of WW and other top notch wineries have established tasting
    > rooms there. You won't see any vineyards there but you can taste a lot
    > of good wines within a few miles of each other.


    Woodinville is close to Snohomish where we'll be. I may have talked
    them into making the drive to Walla Walla but still may go to Yakima
    as well.

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    covala Guest

    Default Re: Yakima Valley

    lleichtman wrote:
    > On May 2, 9:43 pm, covala<ifw...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >> lleichtman wrote:
    >>> Going to Seattle in June and am going to Yakima Valley for a day or so
    >>> and wondering what wineries the group likes in that area. Wanted to go
    >>> to Walla Walla but got nixed on the travel distance by wife and
    >>> friends.

    >>
    >> Try not to be put off by the distance to WW. At least try to make it to
    >> the Prosser (and from there to the Red Mountain) area. If you really
    >> can't make it there try visiting the Woodinville (suburb of Seattle)
    >> area. A lot of WW and other top notch wineries have established tasting
    >> rooms there. You won't see any vineyards there but you can taste a lot
    >> of good wines within a few miles of each other.

    >
    > Woodinville is close to Snohomish where we'll be. I may have talked
    > them into making the drive to Walla Walla but still may go to Yakima
    > as well.


    If you're going to be staying in Snohomish, then by all means visit
    Woodinville. If you travel to WW, you'll be going through the Yakima
    Valley. Although there are many good wineries in the YV, they are pretty
    spread out. The nice thing about WW is that there are so many so close
    to each other.

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