Download the Winery Map
You can pick up a copy of the RHWT map at the Yakima Visitor Information Center, or any member winery along the Trail in the Yakima Valley.
The Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail is just two to three hours from Seattle, Spokane and Portland with over 300 days of sunshine in the Yakima Valley to pair nicely with our Yakima wines!
Groups of 10 or more – it is always a good idea to call ahead and let the winery know if you are tasting with a group of 10 or more. Pre-planning will ensure your experience is first class and the wineries have enough staff to accommodate your group.
Some tasting rooms in Yakima do charge a small fee. Please contact each winery directly for more information.
Wines by Winery - Here's a list of some of our wines you will find at our wineries.
Some suggestions for major Wine Event Weekend Etiquette!
Thank you and have a great time!
Great site for dog lovers who bring their pets to Yakima Valley Wine Country - Wine Doggies
While visiting Yakima Valley wine country visit one of our wineries for a winery or vineyard tour. Tours are conducted on Sunday mornings at both Bonair Winery and Paradisos del Sol Winery & Vineyard. Note that tours must be scheduled in advance of your trip. To schedule your tour and for information on prices and available times please call or email the winery you are interested in directly.
Vineyard tours are available by appointment. A vineyard tour is just that, a tour of some of the more important vineyards in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA guided by a knowledgeable grape grower from the AVA. Depending on your guide, you will see several vineyards up close and learn about pruning, training, irrigation, and grape growing in general. You will learn about the Rattlesnake Hills AVA, water rights, and the Missoula Floods. You must wear real shoes that are foxtail resistant. Tours last approximately 1.5 hours. $20 per person and a maximum of 4 persons.
Winery tours are available by appointment. On the Yakima winery tour you will see how wine is made from the crusher to the finished bottle. Visit the barrel room and sample wine from the barrel. See the bottling line and storage tanks. You will learn about how the grapes are received, crushed, pressed, fermented, aged, and bottled. Tours last approximately one hour and cost $10 per adult or $50 for a group tour. No charge for children.
Have you ever wondered what was the difference between a bunch and a cluster? And what exactly are berries, are those grapes? Paul Vandenberg, winegrower of Paradisos del Sol, will take you on a vineyard tour of our on-site vineyard. He will share insights of 27 vintages as a vineyard manager, executive winemaker, cellar rat, and consultant here in Washington. Call 509.829.9000 or send us an e-mail to set up your tour with Paul. The cost is $20 per person for the vineyard tour (larger groups call for special rates). We will be out walking around in the vineyard. Wear comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing for the season. After the vineyard tour, we are sure you will want to stick around for some wine tasting. We usually do tours on Sunday morning, but we are open to other times, just ask. Thanks and see you soon between the vines!
Please contact these wineries to learn more about their on-site facilities for special occasions:
You can get online at these Wi-Fi hotspots along the trail:
Enjoy our 300+ days of sunshine each year in the Yakima Valley!
Watch the changes through the seasons in the Yakima Valley and see what's happening in a vineyard along the Trail on the Bonair Vineyard Webcam.
Where the West Still Lives in the City of Murals & Museums
504 South Elm Street, Toppenish | 800.863.6375 | 509.865.3262 | visittoppenish.com
Visit this Wild West city in the heart of the Rattlesnake Hills. Admire 70 beautiful, historical, outdoor murals. Visit the American Hop Museum, the Yakima Valley Rail and Steam Museum and the Yakama Nation Cultural Heritage Center. Enjoy the restaurants, lodging, unique shopping and Vegas–style gaming all in our western town.
Pick up a complimentary map and Visitor Guide at our Visitor Center, along with information about hotels, the 160 premium wineries located within an hour’s drive, our ten beautiful golf courses, the Hanford Reach National Monument, water recreation, restaurants, shopping, attractions, tours and so much more.
The Tuscan–themed Center is a great first stop for Valley event information, directions and touring advice. Shop for unique souvenirs, gifts, and Yakima Valley products including Valley wine. I–82 East Exit 33a; I–82 West Exit 30. Seasonal hours: Monday– Saturday, 9am–5pm; Sunday, 10am–4pm.
509.829.5055 | www.zillahchamber.com
Zillah is hometown friendly. Come and enjoy our annual events: Community Wide Yard Sale (last Saturday of April), Spring Fling (April 30), Zillah Community Day (second Saturday in May), 4th of July Celebration, Not–Just–A–Farmers’ Market Gala (Saturday after Labor Day).
The Yakima Valley is known as the “fruit bowl” of the United States and summer means delicious fresh fruits and vegetables you can’t get anywhere else. To get the freshest produce available we recommended visiting local fruit and produce stands. Right now you’ll find wonderful Bing, Rainier and Chelan cherries. They are plump and juicy and bursting with flavor. Apricots are also at their peak right now. Some of the new varieties of Apricots are unbelievably sweet and juicy – not your grandma’s apricot!! You’ll also be able to find strawberries and blueberries right now. The strawberries you find in Washington have a higher sugar content and no bitter white core like you sometimes find in grocery store berries.
On the produce side English and snow peas are at their peak in July and wonderful! All types of greens are coming off too including different varieties of lettuce, spinach and kale.
You can’t go wrong with Yakima Valley produce!
Visit some of our local fruit and produce stands and taste the difference:
More information on things to do in the area is available at: