Welcome to the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail. The wine trail is made up of 13 wineries located in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA which begins just outside of Union Gap and ends in Outlook in the Yakima Valley. With its rich soils, long days and warm climate, the Rattlesnake Hills AVA produces world-class wine grapes making some of Washington’s finest wines. Most of our tasting rooms are located on estate vineyards offering picturesque views complete with the snow-capped peaks of Mount Adams and Mount Rainier.
The Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail is just two to three hours from Seattle, Spokane and Portland with over 300 days of sunshine to pair nicely with our wines!
Your passport to great wine... Make sure you have your Rattlesnake Hills Passport anytime you plan to come over for wine tasting. The Passport is your ticket to great benefits and discounts at all of our wineries. Purchase your passport online
First case of wine travels home for free - on Alaska Airlines Learn More
Several factors distinguish the Yakima Valley wineries that can be found in the Rattlesnake Hills area from others in the Valley. Temperature: The Rattlesnake Hills has 2683-2870 annual degree days, which is temperate compared to the surrounding regions. Soils: Fine, shallow silt loam soils left over from the ice age are the norm here. Climate: The Rattlesnake Hills ridgeline shields the grapevines from the freezing polar air from Canada that can severely damage or kill the vines...
Take a tour of one of our member vineyards on your next visit
Enjoy Great Wines at our member wineries
Summer produce abounds. Stop by Yakima Produce stands during your visit
The Yakima Valley offers lots to do for travelers, young and old
Wine and dine with the winemakers of the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail, dance under the stars, and have the chance to win door prizes from the wineries. Learn More
Join the wineries of the Rattlesnake Hills for a relaxing event to celebrate the beautiful September evenings in wine country. Bonair Winery will host our casual celebration.
Experience the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail during the spectacle of harvest. Join winemakers and growers as you tour vineyards, pick grapes, stomp in vats and wine and dine all weekend long.