Yakima coming into its own as a wine-...

Yakima coming into its own as a wine-tourism destination

There are 1 comment on the Crosscut.com story from May 28, 2010, titled Yakima coming into its own as a wine-tourism destination. In it, Crosscut.com reports that:

It's no Napa, or even Walla Walla, but the area touts a new bistro, upscale lodging, and plans for a farm-to-table restaurant.

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Sipping Savant

San Pablo, CA

#1 Jun 1, 2010
Thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Yakima ... down to earth wines & people!

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