Washington January 14, 2018
This Perfect Washington Vineyard Has Amazing Wine And Even Lets You Spend The Night
Imagine a weekend spent enjoying the peace and quiet of rural Washington, impressive natural scenery, local art, beautiful accommodations, and of course, amazing wine. That’s what you’ll find at Walla Faces at the Vineyard, a place every Washington wine lover should experience.
Walla Faces is located at 598 Piper Avenue in the Walla Walla Airport Winery District.
The grapes are grown so close to the winery, you can actually see the vineyard from the property.
This beautiful property is owned and managed by Rick and Debbie Johnson, who have been building the business for decades.
Together they purchased both an estate vineyard and the historic Hungate Building, which is now home to the downtown tasting room and hotel rooms.
The heated saltwater swimming pool is the perfect place to relax after a long day of wine tasting.
There's also a hot tub.
Walla Faces Inn at the Vineyard has three private suites within the main house plus a guest house complete with a full kitchen, a living room and a private patio.
All suites are meant for two, but the guest house has a little extra room.
When you stay here, you'll be sipping wine surrounded by natural beauty...
... and by the way, the wine you'll be sipping is incredible.
Winemakers Victor de la Luz and Chris Camarda really knows what he's doing.
Check out the tasting room and you'll see the work of Candice Johnson, the featured artist.
She developed her painting technique apprenticing under some well known Parisian artists.
Walla Faces has something for everyone. No wonder Walla Walla was named
one of the best places in the world to visit in 2018.