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Bonair Winery, Yakima
(4.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Wines were overall pretty good but limited to 5 tastings for $5. The pourer was pretty funny; Petit Verdot was my favorite but is not good to drink for several years; I bought the reserve chardonnay w...  more »
  • Just wonderful. When Napa is too much, this brings you back to the important things a winery should have. An extremely friendly staff, excellent wines and a lovely scenery. 
  • Bonair was recommended as a tasting room to visit by another Yakima Valley wine producer. The setting is wonderful, the owners have put alot of effort into the landscaping of the grounds and have crea...  more »
Google
  • Very peaceful.
  • Friendly and family owned, one n of the oldest wineries in Washington known for their fantastic Chardoney and connection with the historic Morrison Vineyard.
  • Awesome! Our friend Bungalow "Bung" is the best. He's the dig. The winery is great and landscaping.
  • They have a nice tasting room that's somewhat new. Try the pepper mead if they have it--it has a kick!