The sun is shining, patios are beckoning and new releases are arriving in the tasting rooms in WallaWalla & the Tri-cities!

As you plan your next outing to wine country, we want to make sure you’re “in the know” with the current health & safety guidelines.

Winery Guidelines as of March 22

(1)  Indoor & outdoor seating at 50% capacity.

(2)  Group size is limited to 10 people or less in Washington. In Oregon, groups can be 6 or less and from no more than 2 households.

(3)  No tasting bar service or seating.

(4)  Face coverings for patrons are required in all places of business. Face coverings can be removed while tasting.

(5)  All seating areas must be spaced at least 6 feet apart and the same distance must be maintained between parties when customers are approaching and leaving their designated tasting area.


Bring an Extra Layer

While indoor tasting is permitted, limited capacity means you may want to taste outdoors.

Spring is a gorgeous time in the Walla Walla Valley, but some days can be a little chillier than others. Pack a light jacket and a blanket in case it’s needed!

Make Reservations

We recommend that you make appointments with the wineries and tasting rooms you plan to visit.

In general, a good rule of thumb is to make sure you have contacted a winery, either through reservation, or calling ahead to make sure you understand their policies.

We make winery tasting contact and reservations for you on all of our tasting day-experiences …

2021 Wine Tasting Gift Certificates!

Give Wine Tasting Gift Certificates this upcoming 2020 Christmas!

Hey there … How about a Christmas ‘something special gift’ for your friends & family to enjoy some outstanding wine tasting in 2021 … the Roads2 Travel Company continues to offer Gift Certificates for their ‘Hosted’, ‘Free-Style’ and ‘Designated Driver’ wine tasting day-experiences in Walla Walla, the unique ‘Rocks AVA’ in nearby Oregon and in the Tri-Cities, Washington …

Simply visit the following websites for details …

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(Saignée-Process) Rose’ Wine from Cabernet Grapes


Saignée: A French term meaning literally “to bleed,” the saignée process in wine making refers to the process of bleeding or pulling juice from a tank of ‘red must’ that is just beginning fermentation. The goal is that the lightly-colored juice that is bled out of the tank produces a darker rosé …

Our Roads2WallaWalla ‘Hosted’ Wine, Hard-Cider, Cheese & Chocolates tasting experience includes a stop at the Adamant Cellars to taste this ‘unique’ Rose’ wine & more … On our ‘Free-Style’ tasting day-experience, we suggest including a  stop on the ‘create-your-own’ day itinerary … Adamant  Cellars …

Even for those that do not book one of our Roads2WallaWalla tasting experiences, we suggest that you visit the Adamant Cellars to taste this ‘unique’ Rose’ from Cabernet grapes when you come to Walla Walla …