Saturday, April 6, 2013

Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail Spring Barrel Weekend - Zillah, Washington



Saturday, April 20, 2013 - Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Zillah, Washington


Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail in the Yakima Valley
Zillah, Washington 98953
509-965-4521

Cost: There is no charge however it is recommended visitors purchase a Passport for $10.


Two Weekends of Spring Barrel Fun!
April 20-21 & April 26-28

The sun is out, the weather is getting warmer, spring flowers have made an appearance and new growth is starting to show on the vines. Spring is officially here and that means it's our wineries have polished up and are ready to throw open the doors and de-bung barrels for the curious consumer and the festival-loving traveler alike.
This year we will once again have two weekends in April to twirl and taste new wines from the barrel, sample new releases, and stock up on some of your favorites from Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail wineries.

Music, food, wine, and sun. Spring fever abounds in our valley:

Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail Spring Barrel Weekend April 20-21 10am-5pm (with some wineries open until 6 pm)
Spring Barrel Weekend April 26-28 from 10 am-5pm
(with some wineries open until 6 pm)
No ticket is required- just a glass-to sample great wines and enjoy the festival atmosphere on the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail (RHWT). Some wineries may charge a nominal tasting fee but most provide free tasting with our Passport!

Wine tasters are encouraged to purchase a RHWT Passport for $10 per person. Passport holders will enjoy many benefits and discounts at Rattlesnake Hills Wineries. Wine glasses and Passports are available at our member wineries on the Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail. Passports discounts are good one time at each winery listed, but otherwise never expire! They're not required, but definitely worthwhile!
Spring Barrel Tasting weekend is well designed for both the casual sipper and the connoisseur stocking their collection. You'll see those intently taking notes of each tasting while others are simply enjoying a casual weekend getaway.

It is recommended to stay at least one night and the Yakima Valley offers numerous outstanding options for getaways. Visitors are encouraged to go to our website http://www.rattlesnakehills.org/planyourtrip.html#Lodging website for a list of lodging offerings.

Call or email the Rattlesnake Hills office for further information and a list of events going on at each winery: 509.882.4525 and wine@rattlesnakehills.org



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