The city of Walla Walla, meaning “many waters,” is well known for its famous sweet onions but has also made its mark as one of the most-sought after wine regions in the United States. Located about 300 miles east of Seattle, this charming city has so much to offer.
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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.
Daniel Wampfler is the winemaker and general manager at the award-winning Abeja winery and tasting room in Walla Walla. Abeja also offers upscale lodging, fine dining and space for private events.
Sure, Seattle (for good reason given it’s become a cultural mecca in recent years) often gets the nod when considering a trip to the Pacific Northwest. But if you haven’t been to Washington wine capital Walla Walla, you haven’t really seen all the Evergreen State has to offer.