With vineyards set high in the hills north of Prosser, this is one of Yakima Valley's smallest wineries, with a very limited production. However, since winemaker David Minick likes to experiment, you'll often find some rather unusual wines here, such as syrah port and syrah sparkling wine.
This restaurant is part of the Willow Crest Winery in the Vintners' Village and not to be missed. It was the perfect break after several tastings, and the shady tables and great service were much appreciated as the temperature crept toward triple digits. Our server brought us water immediately and encouraged us to take all the time we needed to...
several rieslings and pinot gris - all very good. syrah, red and a blend were good as well. I'm not much of a Chardonnay fan but their 2007 was good, very subtle and to top off they have an Almond Roca Cream dessert wine - like Bailies and Cream but 1/2 the cost.
Willow Crest Winery can be found at Merlot Dr 590. The following is offered: Alcoholic Beverages. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Prosser there are 12 other Alcoholic Beverages. An overview can be found here.
Since 1996, Willow Crest Winery has been providing Manufacturing - Wine Cellars, Bonded: Engaged In Blending Wines from Prosser.
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