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“One stop shop for wine tasting”

Prosser Vintner s Village
Ranked #4 of 24 things to do in Prosser
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Reviewed 24 August 2017

What a concept -- a handful of wineries in one place.
We stopped by after dinner at the County Line tasting room. Visited McKinley Springs and Martinez & Martinez. Preferred M&M. A band was playing outside (Saturday night) which made it fun to be there.

Thank AmyhTB
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Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

The Vintner's Village is a compact area that offers more wineries than you can possibly want, each with a unique take on Washington wines. Along with the diversity of wines, there is a diversity of entertainment as well.

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Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

A nice group of small wineries. A great place to stop. Nice options for having a few glasses of wine outside too

Thank Frank R
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

Vintner's Village is home to a number of tasting rooms and/or wineries in a compact area, making for a terrific way to sample from several wine makers without having to do a lot of driving in between.

Using a designated driver, or coming on bus tour, as we did, this is a lovely little village with plenty to keep you occupied for several hours or even most of a day. Each tasting room has its own unique personality, not to mention wines, and most have a small gift shop as well. Plan to pay about $5 per person for a tasting (although many opt to share a tasting to cut down costs and increase the number of wines you can sample without feeling tipsy). Generally, if you make a purchase, the cost of the tasting is waived.

Thank CMN14
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

Off I-82, exit 80, sourtheast of McDonald's, is a "mall" of tasting rooms for 9 wineries. We only tried 3 of them but found 2 that we will revisit again as well as try others. Tasting fee was only $5. We found a couple of white wines at Coyote Canyon that were very delicious as well as a red. Also tasted a red a winery next door but didn't get a bottle this time. It is about 50 miles south of Yakima. Wished we had time to try the others but will need a designated driver so can hit them all.

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