Prosser Vintner s Village, Prosser

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  • This little village is super cute, not to mention convenient. We only went to a few tasting rooms (Airfield Estates, Milbrant, Coyote Canyon, and McKinley Springs) but all were excellent. There were m...  more »
  • What a concept -- a handful of wineries in one place. We stopped by after dinner at the County Line tasting room. Visited McKinley Springs and Martinez & Martinez. Preferred M&M. A band was playing ou...  more »
  • The Vintner's Village is a compact area that offers more wineries than you can possibly want, each with a unique take on Washington wines. Along with the diversity of wines, there is a diversity of en...  more »
  • Went to Wine o Clock for a late lunch and we received one. After waiting for tables we ordered and one hour and 15 minutes later our food came to the table. My $16 burger sat on the counter ten feet from my table for at least ten minutes. And not under a warming lamp either. My wife had a chicken salad about the size of an average dinner salad. It didn't look amazing which it should for $22. In fairness they did not charge me for the burger. One pizza ordered by our party sat at the door of wood fire oven for thirty minutes while the rest of our meal cooked. I'll bet you can guess how great the pizza was. We new this is an expensive place but hoped that would be balanced by great food and service.
  • Such a fun time. A must do when Crush and Spring Barrel come around. Also a fun time seeing the mixture of Richland/Red Mt./Benton City and Walla Walla meets some of the more country side of Eastern Washington. I'm talking about guys pounding some Coors then going in an tasting some wine. This is a great experience.
  • 4 decent wineries right next to each other. Nice venue. Building is Tuscan and has nice patio seating out front. Very relaxing and not directly on the freeway so no noise.
  • Only went to one of the wineries in this particular building. The wine was ok. They had so many varietals, that we think it is difficult to do just one very well. All though, they wouldn't open the wine that we went there specifically to taste, so we can't judge all of there wines. The issue with this winery, as well as a few others we've been to is that they were tasting out of a bottle that had been opened 3 days prior to our visit. We don't buy wine unless we can taste from a bottle opened at least the same day; and yes, there is a difference. We proved that at one winery to the person serving; talked them into opening a fresh bottle and comparing to one opened the prior day. BIG difference, even they admitted that.
  • The wine is good with the salad( to be continued). The dinner is excellent, the mixture of spices, srimp, and grits, yes grits is the bomb. Thank you chef Brian anniversary was very special. Sand & Mike Holland at Wine O' Clock. Prosser, WA

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