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Tours & Tastings
Tours & Tastings

Red Mountain is well known for Cabernet and you'll be rewarded with plenty of wineries and tasting rooms offering award-winning red blends, Chardonnay and other varietals to let your taste buds sing delight.

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Hotels & Resorts
Hotels & Resorts

There's plenty of lodging options that will fit any budget or need for a weekend retreat with day spa or just simple downtime.

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Bars & Restaurants
Bars & Restaurants

The Red Mountain region covers many metro areas, so you have plenty of culinary options to please anyone's palette.

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Weather

Red Mountain's seasons

Know what the best season is to visit Red Mountain and what to wear.

Winter
Winter

(November - Feburary) Winter temps ranging from the mid 30's on up to the low 50's, so dress warm.

Spring
Spring

(March - May) As spring sets in, so do the temperatures as you'll enjoy high 50's to the low 80's at times. It's best to dress in layers.

Summer
Summer

(June - August) Summer is the hottest time of the year in this region where you'll enjoy low 80's to the upper 90's on occasions. Drink plenty of water so you stay hydrated.

Fall
Fall

(September - October) Temperatures begin to fall off, but it's a great time to visit as tourist traffic slows down, the fall colors come out and you'll enjoy temperatures from the high 50's to the high 60's.

Tips

Red Mountain's travel tips

Traveling to Red Mountain

  • If you are flying cross country, you may have to connect through another major city before making the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, WA (PSC) as your final destination.
  • There are a few tour and shuttle companies available, but the best way to visit the Red Mountain region is either hiring a driver or designate a driver and use your own car.
  • Uber is available in the area, but wait times are long. There are no public transportation options to visit wineries easily in this region.
About Red Mountain

The Red Mountain AVA is located on a southwest-facing slope in south central Washington, a three and one-half hour drive from Seattle. It has a unique combination of diverse geology, gentle south slope, consistent winds and notable heat profile.

A complex mixture of the most rare and highly valued soil types in Washington was created by wind-blown silt and sand over glacial outflow. The AVA’s red wine grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah are highly prized for creating wines of superb concentration and depth, which consistently earn critical acclaim.

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