Inspired by our father Cliff Kontos of Fort Walla Walla Cellars. We began dreaming of this journey on the crush pad of Forgeron Cellars, amongst the wheat fields overlooking the Touchet River, and relaxing in the hot tub sampling Walla Walla's fines
Fair, 59° F
Retail Sales, Picnic Area
Hours of Operation
Saturday and Sunday 11:30-4:30. Closed Jan-Feb
Open to the Public
Yearly Production (in cases)
Walla Walla is many different things to many different people, and has undergone some drastic changes over the last 10 years. A college town rich with wine, art and culture, eager for more. And a town that is proud of our history, agriculture and sense of community, trying to hold on to what sets us apart.
No one in the valley is more aware of these separate trends than us. No one is more proud of the way our valley has worked together to grow and yet remain the same.
As 5th generation residents in Walla Walla, we have been part of it all. The first bank in the North West Territories, the first railroad in the area, 3rd generation wheat farmers, and now 2nd generation winery owners.
Welcome to our Walla Walla!