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Sean P. Sullivan

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Reviewed Wineries

Heading out this morning to Walla Walla for Holiday Barrel Tasting. I will be there through Monday checking out a number of old favorites as well as new wineries and wineries I haven't visited yet. Wineries on the agenda for Friday include: Woodward Canyon, L'Ecole No. 41, Long Shadows, and Saviah.

If you've found a new Walla Walla winery that you think I should check out or if you are out in Walla Walla this weekend and have a winery that really makes an impression on you, leave a comment and I will make sure to check them out.

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  1. Anonymous Says:
  2. Sean -

    Two recommendations: JLC over at the airport (terrific wine that has no visibility in Western Washington) and the Trust Cellars/Chateau Rollat shared tasting room.

    Enjoy the trip!

  3. Thad W. Says:
  4. Sean, hope you have a fun trip.

    I encourage you to check out those on my recommended list of Walla Walla wineries to visit in the area.

    I look forward to reading about your experiences during the weekend.

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  7. Thad, thanks for sending along the recommendations. They inspired me to check out a few wineries I hadn't been to before.


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