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Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive
July 16 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm$40
ALDERDALE, Wash. — Experience one of the Pacific Northwest’s most unique and memorable wine trails during 11th annual Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive, which is held each year on the third Saturday in July.
You’ll meet the Horse Heaven Hills growers and vintners who are behind some of Washington’s most storied and highly rated wines, and be an important part of supporting our scholarships in viticulture and enology.
Each Horse Heaven Hills Trail Drive ticket includes a logo glass and wine tastings at all stops. Please allow four to five hours to complete the wine trail, which includes the Alexandria Nicole Cellars tasting room at Destiny Ridge, Chateau Champoux, Columbia Crest and McKinley Springs. Tourists are urged to bring water and an ice chest to keep wine purchases cool.
Complete information will be sent upon registration. Tickets, map and logo glass are picked up the day of the trail drive at the start of your selected tour. Kids under 10 may eat for free at the BBQ.
A limited number of $40 tickets will be available for the Horse Heaven Hills barbecue at Crow Butte Park along the Columbia River, but because of the remote location sales are cash only.