A New Nationwide Poll Names A Walla Walla Winery #1 With Wine-Tasting Room

Walla Walla gets to add another accolade to its reputation for being in wine country as a panel of wine experts has selected their #1 wine tasting room in the nation.


Walla Walla Beat Out Other Famous Tasting Rooms In Oregon And California

We are so lucky to live right here in the heart of wine country and USA Today's Best 10 has named a local wine-tasting room as the best in the nation.

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Long Shadows Vintners in Walla Walla lept above other famous wine-tasting rooms like Corner 103 in Sonoma, California, and Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery in Hammondsport, New York


Long Shadow Vinters posted on their Facebook page about the success and here's what they had to say about the honor:

"Since we've enjoyed a bit of a boost in followers since our USA TODAY 10Best Best Tasting Room win (thanks again, friends), we wanted to take a moment to introduce ourselves - which means we need to talk about our founder, Allen Shoup.

After 20 years of building Chateau Ste. Michelle and its affiliate wineries into an international brand, Washington wine visionary Allen Shoup had a new vision: to create a group of ultra-premium wines, each with an exceptional international winemaker, working together to elevate Washington wine to true world-class status. The result is Long Shadows Vintners and some of Washington’s most acclaimed wines."

facebook: long shot vintners
facebook: long shot vintners

Congrats to Long Shadows on the recognition and it was nice to see the top 10 rounded off by several Oregon wineries as well.

Wineries in Dayton Oregon and Dundee Oregon made the exclusive list of the best of the best.

You can check out the complete top 10 list from USA Today here

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