Washington - Winery Weddings


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A winery wedding in Washington State -romantic,unique, memorable.

Washington is relatively new to the wine industry, yet it is now one of the nation’s largest producers. The rush is on, with new wineries sprouting forth as profusely as chanterelles after an autumn rain. Possible vwinery wedding venues and celebratory reception sites range from charming, family-owned, small wineries to grand chateaus. Most are located on the Eastern,, “dry side” of the Cascades, where the vast majority of the state’s grapes are grown. Far fewer are to be found on the Western "wet side.”

You'll find the two regions described below.  In both, Winery Wedding Guide has done the searching for you to provide a complete list of  Washington's wineries able to host your Winery Wedding day. With a click you are on your way to finding the perfect wedding venue.


West of the Cascades


Most of Washington's wineries on the "wet side" of the Cascades are centered around Woodinville, in convenient close proximity to Seattle. Farther afield, you will find charming and unique winery- wedding and reception venues as far north as the San Juan Islands, along with a number scattered around Puget Sound and continuing south along the western edge of the Cascades.

Photo: Courtesy Columbia Winery

East of the Cascades


Grapes have found a happy home in the warm, dry climate east of the Cascades.  Here, in a vast area known as the Columbia Valley,  the majority of Washington's winery-wedding venues are to be found. An awesomely beautiful area, winery-wedding sites range from spectacular settings overlookng the Columbia Gorge to those located in uexpectably lush enclaves carpeted with vineyards. Most are conveniently located near once overlooked small towns -among them Yakima, WallaWalla, and the "tri-cities" of Richland, Pasco and Kennwick - recently rediscovered as charming, wine country destinations.

Photo: Courtesy Arbor Crest Winery




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