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Wineries and Golf

Washington is the second largest producers of wine grapes with Idaho emerging as part of the new frontier of grape-growing in the United States.  With warm days and cool nights throughout the region our grapes have the perfect balance of acids and sugars.  Paired with amazing golf throughout the region we can think of no better place to enjoy golfing and wine tasting.  Here are the many great wineries in each region. 

Walla Walla, WA Wineries:

The Walla Walla Valley is home to one of the finest wine regions in the nation, with more than 120 wineries and 2,800 acres of grapes. With such a large number of wineries, the region is split into six different area and can easily be navigated via the regional wine map or simply join a guided wine tour.   While in the area tasting wine, be sure to hit the course at the Wine Valley Golf Club where you can enjoy wine in your cart during your round.  Then head next door to Long Shadows Winery.   Why not make your trip a multiday golf vacation with a round at Veterans Memorial Golf Course and the Walla Walla Country Club* (*only when you stay at the Marcus Whitman hotel). As well, did you know that wine flys free from Washington's Wine Country with Alaska Airlines as well you can have your tasting room fees waved.   Learn more here about Walla Walla Wine Country...

Spokane, WA Wineries:

Drawing from the renowned vineyards of Washington Wine Country, more than twenty wineries call the Spokane region home.  While you enjoy golf at any city or county coursES (seven in total) you can relax in downtown Spokane in their Cork District. The District is focused in the urban core of Downtown Spokane and features sixteen  award-winning wineries and most within walking distance of one other.  Want to get out of town?  Then consider taking the Bluff to Valley Wine Tour as you sample current releases at three different wineries.  Did you fly to Spokane?  The Cork District is happy to partner with Alaska Airlines and give visitors to Spokane unprecedented access to our wine tasting rooms.  Passengers to Spokane will be able to present their Alaska Airlines boarding pass and pay no tasting fees.  Learn more here about the Spokane Cork District...

Tacoma+Pierce County Wineries:

Tacoma is home to several wineries and wine bars. With locations in downtown Tacoma to wineries in the surrounding towns you are sure to find a local wine to take home.   Search the Tacoma +Pierce County wineries here.  While in the area, be sure to climb aboard the Washington Wine Express on the Mt. Rainier Railroad as you embark on a wine tasting journey on the Old Milwaukee Road through the forests and foothills of Mt. Rainier.   Aboard the Washington Wine Express, you’ll enjoy gourmet hors d’ouevres and select award-winning Washington wines, while conversing with vintners and sommeliers on the train and at the MRRR’s historic logging camp. 

Boise, ID Wineries:

Step aside, potatoes...make way for wine in this urban oasis of Idaho.  The rich volcanic soil of the Snake River Valley, paired with a mild four-season climate, results in distinctive, award-winning vintages that rival the best of surrounding states.  Pair your wine with great golf at BanBury or Falcon Crest, Boise's top rated courses.  Learn more here...

Southwest Idaho- Boise and McCall:

Foodies, listen up. There’s a place you probably haven’t visited yet that’s home to innovative cuisine, award-winning chefs and some of the best wine in the region. That destination is Southwest Idaho, which includes Idaho’s capital city of Boise and its surrounding communities along with the lakeside town of McCall and Garden Valley.  Golf is great in this region with courses such as Jug Mountain Ranch, the McCall Golf Club and Terrace Lakes Resort.   Learn more here...

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