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Address: 100 Merlot Dr, Prosser, WA 99350-9500
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Try This if You Like Wines

Off I-82, exit 80, sourtheast of McDonald's, is a "mall" of tasting rooms for 9 wineries. We only tried 3 of them but found 2 that we will revisit again as well as try others... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Seattle, Washington
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Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Off I-82, exit 80, sourtheast of McDonald's, is a "mall" of tasting rooms for 9 wineries. We only tried 3 of them but found 2 that we will revisit again as well as try others. Tasting fee was only $5. We found a couple of white wines at Coyote Canyon that were very delicious as well as a red. Also... More 

Thank jav9206
Richland, Washington
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Reviewed 7 February 2017

Group of wineries in one building. Coyote Canyon Winery, Martinez & Martinez Winery and McKinley Springs Winery. Surrounded by several other wineries this is a great place to taste wine and learn about Prosser and the area. Each winery is unique.

Thank jmauricemichaud
Woodinville, Washington
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Reviewed 2 October 2016 via mobile

We stopped here on our search for a sweet wine. We found a late harvest Riesling that we partook of while sitting outside. This location has several tasting room. Since this was our last stop, we did not check out the other rooms, but we suspect, like Coyote Cannon (the one we visited) they are more along the lines of... More 

Thank akittynamedtabitha
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Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

What an outstanding idea. This is the wine country equivalent to Portland's food cart pods, which give so many options. Great wineries

Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed 31 July 2016

If you're wine tasting this is a great way to taste wines from many different wineries that have tasting rooms in one easy to navigate location. There are pioneers of the Washington wine industry like Thurston Wolf, McKinley Springs, Bunne0l Cellars (and their astounding restaurant Wine O'Clock - NOT to be missed!!) There's the more mass market Airfield with a... More 

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Edgewood, New Mexico
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Reviewed 21 July 2016 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our wine tasting in Vintner's Village, particularly McKinley Springs and Gamache. In both instances we met the Owners and tasted some very good wines.

Thank Diana R
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Reviewed 30 January 2016 via mobile

10 or so different wineries in a small area. Most are open 12-5. Their slow season is the winter and we were the only ones at each tasting room. Fun area good wine

Thank Scott C
Missoula, Montana
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Reviewed 19 September 2015

Maybe because they were featuring student wines this month but we did the premium tasting and there was nothing we would buy. They carried many other local wines but those weren't available to taste. Staff was nice but not really very experienced

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Reviewed 27 August 2015 via mobile

Several wineries clustered conveniently together for a wonderful experience. No need to travel far when you can park and walk? The restaurant is trendy, attentive, and has some delicious dishes. We had the roasted romaine and chefs pizza. What a treat!

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Florida Panhandle, Florida
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Reviewed 20 August 2015

We traveled to the Yakima Valley after trying out some of the Washington State wines at local stores we came across in Florida. It was a long drive but a good road trip and an opportunity to try some of the best wines produced in the country (an opinion perhaps hotly disputed among those with more expertise and located in... More 

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