Bonair Winery farms 40 acres of estate vineyards in the Rattlesnake Hills of the Yakima Valley to ensure the quality of the grapes that go into make our wine.  The Château Puryear Vineyard is located on the south end of Bonair Road and the Morrison Vineyard is located on the north end of Bonair Road.

The Château Puryear Vineyard is our home vineyard.  It was first planted in 1980 to Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Riesling.  It has since been expanded to include Pinot Noir, Touriga, Gewurztraminer, Petite Verdot, Merlot, Malbec, and Cabernet Franc. Click on Picture to go to their website


Dineen Vineyards is located in the Yakima Valley AVA just north of the town of Zillah, Washington. We are in a unique hill-top area that is especially well suited for growing premium wine grapes as well as offering far-reaching views of the valley and Mounts Adams and Rainier in the distance. Dineen Vineyards focuses on planting grapes traditionally grown in the Bordeaux and Rhone Valley regions of France. Presently, our vineyards are home to the following varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Syrah, Semillion, Viognier, Roussanne and Riesling.  On selected Saturdays, in addition to the wonderful wines to be tasted, Dineen Vineyards proudly has available wood fired pizza created by Chef Chris Guerra of Guerra’s Gourmet. Truly a great experience to be had. Click on Picture to go to their website



Hyatt Vineyards was established by Leland and Lynda Hyatt in 1983. Evolving from a modest Estate vineyard surrounding the Winery, Hyatt Vineyards has grown to 180 acres in four separate sites all within 3 miles of the original plantings. Each of the four different vineyards, Cherry Hill, Three Rocks, Roza Ridge and the original Estate Vineyard display significantly distinct soils, elevation and exposure. Varietals include Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, Riesling, Black Muscat and Zinfandel. From the Winery’s first release in 1987, awards, medals and very favorable press have followed consistently year after year.

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We focus on small batch, high-quality wines.  Our size allows us to be hands-on every step of the way from nurturing our vineyards, picking the grapes at harvest and through all the wine making in the winery.  We are located in Zillah which is in the Yakima Valley of Washington - the leading wine region in Washington State.   Our vineyards grow on a southern slope of perfect soils for premium wine grapes. The winery rests on the top of a hill overlooking the vineyard and the Yakima Valley with views of both Mt Adams and Mt Rainer. We think our grapes like the views as much as we do :) . Click on Picture to go to their website

Our Yakima Valley tasting room is open from mid February through Thanksgiving weekend.



Maison de Padgett is for those who like great architecture, beautiful gardens and wines that demand attention, this winery is for you! Bold Tuscany architecture, crushed marble pillars imported from Spain, hand crafted oak wrapped iron doors, high ceilings and custom stone work make this winery a feast for the eye.

Come stroll through their meticulously groomed European gardens, then enjoy a picnic on their covered patio, while you relax out of the sun and wind, or sit with your favorite partner among the flowers on a garden bench with a glass of wine. Founded in April 2003 by David and Lisa Padgett, their tasting room has cathedral pine ceilings, gift shop, and a view of Mt Adams and Mt Rainier. Savor their hand crafted wines, featuring Risqué Chardonnay, Dry Muscat, Gewürztraminer, End of the Road Part V Red, Malbec, Merlot Reserve, Fat Sow Red Wine and the irresistible sweet Singing Toad and Funky Monkey Ice Wine. Two Ports, a Coffee Port and Cream Sherry round out your tasting enjoyment. Click on Picture to go to their website



Carménère? Aglianico? How did unusual, Old World wines arrive in Rattlesnake Hills?

Tanjuli celebrates wine as a labor of love and attention to detail; the magical synergies of old and new; the camaraderie and small joys of winemaking.

Today, the Tanjuli vineyard consists of Pommard Pinot Noir, Lampia Nebbiolo, Carménère, Mourvèdre, Aglianico, Sagrantino, Teroldego, Viognier, Picpoul Blanc, Orange Muscat and Black Muscat. Each small block of grapes is meticulously managed from vine to bottle, resulting in exceptional wines that are at once old and new, imaginative and familiar, rare and remarkable.

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At Two Mountain Winery, we believe top quality wine begins in the vineyard. We contribute our talents and expertise to growing the best grapes our land has to offer – defining a sense of place and expressing the unique characteristics of the Yakima Valley.

Even before we began making wine, we were drawn to the experience of it. Our fondest memories were those of family and friends accompanied by lively conversation, laughter and an intriguing assortment of wine.

Fast forward to now, and you will find us living, breathing and drinking our work. We offer a versatile collection of estate grown wines. Our unique “working facility” exudes a welcoming, approachable and educational experience for all wine-lovers. Our name, Two Mountain Winery, was inspired by the majestic views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier, which serve as the backdrop of Copeland Vineyard.At the end of the day, it is our job to make wine. It’s in our best interest to make good wine. We really like doing it, for us and for you. Click on Picture to go to their website


Ariel view of our selected wineries