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“Park, chill out, and ENJOY!”

Prosser Vintner s Village
Ranked #4 of 30 things to do in Prosser
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Reviewed 17 December 2013

As much as we love bumbling through the Yakima Valley visiting wonderful wineries, it's also great to get out of the car and walk to a number of tasting rooms located in the same area. There are terrific and unique places, where you can pop in and taste, each with it's own architecture and ambience. You will experience wonderfully diverse wines, all within walking distance. There are places to picnic, restaurants, and in the summer, music in the evenings outdoors. It's not too "Disney"-just remember that not all wineries may have the real estate, staffing, or desire to maintain a tasting room in their own vineyard. Not to be missed.

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Reviewed 14 October 2013

Seven buildings housing tastings from 12 different winemakers. You could easily spend a fun afternoon wandering the paths that link the buildings.

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Reviewed 22 August 2013

Prosser's Vintner's Village was an unexpected find. Many wineries are clustered within walking distance plus there is ample space for an outdoor lunch. Pack a picnic and purchase a glass of wine or take advantage of the small plates offered by Milbrandt or Wine O'clock. Especially interesting were the tasting rooms located in the Winemaker's Loft (Martinez & Martinez, Apex, and Coyote Canyon.

Thank Mary M
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

This is a fun place to be able to visit several winery tasting rooms at one stop. It''s a very nice place decorated in a south-western theme.

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Reviewed 7 May 2013

Some great wineries have clustered their tasting rooms in a cute walkable "village". It makes for an enjoyable afternoon without long drives, although you necessarily lose some of the ambience and "experience" you might be seeking with a wine tour. There are many of those experiences to be had, however so this might serve as a break in between long drives. There is a nice restaurant in the middle, family run, with great food. (It's called Wine O'Clock - I know, but don't judge by the name.). Reservations are recommended as it's on the smallish side and takes their last bookings at 8!

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