Our goal is to be the guide to your next glass of Washington Wine. With over 1,000 wineries, 19 AVAs, and 8 wine touring regions, it can be a difficult, but delicious, decision to figure out where to go next. To make matters easier, we’re here to point you toward our regional associations, which have incredible information and resources to help you plan your next day or weekend trip. But first, did you know that we have 8 different wine-touring regions?

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Map of Washington with the wine touring regions in different colors.

Nobody tastes like us, because nobody looks like us.

We say it because it’s true: Washington wine is like no other. With over 1,000 wineries and 8 wine-touring regions, there is something for everyone: islands and urban environments, industrial complexes and tourist destinations, remote locations or small towns. The best thing about it all? You’re less than four hours away from the four corners of our state. Every location, winery, and tasting room has a different aura, vibe, and mood. Below are a few examples of what it means to taste Washington Wine.

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In every bottle of wine, there is an untold story.

We can’t wait for you to take a seat at one of our local wineries, and get to know the story behind the bottle, winery, winemaker, or wine region. If there’s one thing we can promise, it’s that we won’t run out of wine, which means we won’t run out of stories to tell. What are some of the stories our wineries and wine regions are telling these days? Below you can see a few featured stories, but make sure to look far below, as there is information about each of our regional associations. Head on over to their websites, and make sure to follow them on social media. They are there to give you that inside knowledge about their local communities, each of which has their own unique stories, climates, and experiences.

Our Regional Wine Associations

Consider our associations your anchors across our state. They not only support their local wine growing regions, but also seek to connect you to your next glass of wine.


Didn’t find what you were looking for? Reach out to Heather Bradshaw, Communications Director at Washington Wine, at hbradshaw@washingtonwine.org, and we’ll help connect you to wherever you’re trying to go.