How many wine regions are in Washington State? Washington State currently has 20 AVAs. There is so much history hidden in the evolution of our grape-growing regions. Starting with Yakima Valley in 1983, and most recently adding Goose Gap, White Bluffs, and The Burn of Columbia Valley AVAs in 2021, our state’s growing regions continue to evolve, sharpen, and expand.
What is the best wine region in Washington State?
- Walla Walla.
- Yakima Valley.
What wine region is Washington State? WASHINGTON STATE’S VINEYARD REGION
Tour the areas within the vineyard region of Washington State known as Washington Wine Country: Tri-Cities, Walla Walla Valley and Yakima Valley. In Washington Wine Country, you will experience award-winning wines straight from the source and often poured by the wine-maker.
What is Washington largest wine region called? The Columbia Valley AVA was established in 1984 and is located on the eastern side of Washington State and a small part of Oregon. The region contains 50,316 acres of vineyards representing 99% of Washington wine country, making it just a touch bigger than Napa Valley (45,000 acres.)