So by mid afternoon, we're still at it! Wine tasting galore!
We went to Gramercy and then Long Shadows where we got some nice Riesling. In the below photo you can see their chihuly art.
But I think this was the point where the wine started to hit us. Michael was getting weary and I was so hungry.
So after Longshadows we went to get a sandwich, but by the time we were done we were only able to hit up one more winery before the tasting rooms closed. We ended up choosing Sleight of Hand that had this cool record player and tons of records along the walls. It was by far the most eccentric winery I've ever seen.
Returning back to the inn Michael and I observed our wine haul. 13 bottles!
For our last night we went to Saffron for dinner. This place is also a must if you ever go to Walla Walla.
The great thing about Walla Walla is the surrounding farms, meaning all ingredients were organic, picked at peak season, and weren't sprayed with pesticides. The tomatoes in the salad were so ripe and juicy!
Then we had some calamari which was seasoned very well and super tender.
This one's hard to see, but it's fried potatoes in a sweet and spicy sauce. It was so good. My favorite appetizer out of the three.
Michael had the steak for dinner and I had the duck ragu.
My favorite part of any meal, hands down, is the dessert! This panacotta was beyond heavenly.
Then we finished it off with some port wine and expresso.
Before we knew it, our Walla Walla trip was over!
The rest of the Walla Walla series:
Tranche, a Maurice, Walla Walla Vintners
L'Ecole, Woodward Canyon, Reininger, Brasserie Four