You’ve likely heard the terms “rosè all day” and “yes way, rosè.” At SMAK Wines, the terms are literal. That is because the Walla Walla winery only makes rosè, including vintages to be enjoyed outside of summer pool and beach season.
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Sleight of Hand Cellars, named both one of “The Next Generation” of up-and-coming wineries in Washington State as well as one of “The Next Cult Wineries” by Seattle Magazine, was founded in 2007 by a couple of music and wine lovers out to have some fun.
Northstar Winery is located in the Washington wine region called Walla Walla, which happens to be a past winner of Sunset Magazine’s national “Best Wine Town” award. As one may expect, Northstar is named after the actual North Star, the brightest star in the Little Dipper.
It is safe to say pizza is always on our mind, so celebrating National Pepperoni Pizza Day on Sept. 20 is certainly on our priority list. Just in time for the tasty holiday, here are seven Washington state restaurants for creme de la creme ‘za.
Overlooking miles of thriving vineyards and farmland is Yellowhawk, a resort and sparkling winery located right outside the heart of Walla Walla. With 84 acres, it is making its grand entrance as the newest member of this growing wine region and has an incredible tasting room menu, to boot.
Built in 1914, the historic train depot is not only a landmark to the area but home to the Walla Walla Steak Co. Locally owned and with a long-standing history, this restaurant has become a staple for not just locals but those traveling to the world-renowned Walla Walla wine country.
Located in Walla Walla on 38 acres and tucked away into the Blue Mountains is Abeja. This quiet and lush property is home to not only a bounty of flavorful wines but some of the freshest ingredients crafted into unique dishes, resulting in the most elevated dining experience at The Kitchen at Abeja.
With eats ranging from classics like eggs benedict to indulgent fare like fruit-topped Belgian waffles, locals will be delighted to learn that Conversation at Thompson Seattle is back open for brunch seven days a week.
Each month, Fabulous Washington is giving Washington wine the chance to shine! Today, we take a deep dive into L’Ecole No 41 in Walla Walla.
It turns out that good s’mores can be enjoyed beyond a campfire. Here are some of the best spots in Washington to indulge in a s’more dessert on National S’mores Day.