New Walla Walla Map Coming

Working with the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance, Everyvine will produce a map of the Walla Walla Valley AVA.

The upcoming map will be a 24″x36″ map poster print similar to the other wine region maps we have for Sonoma, Napa, Idaho and Oregon.

Get your Vineyard & Winery on the map

If you represent a vineyard or winery in the Walla Walla Valley area you can enter your information to be included on the upcoming map. The process is painless and totally free.

  1. Create your account (if you don’t already have one)
  2. Go to add a vineyard if you have a vineyard to add to the map
  3. Go to add a winery if you have a winery or tasting room to add to the map

When can I get it?

Everyvine will be collecting data for the map for the next few months. The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance has decided to wait to see how many vineyards in the area participate before announcing the official date of publication. So, if your excited to see the map, let everyone in Walla Walla know so we can get the map out as soon as possible.

While we are collecting data, vineyards and wineries in the Walla Walla Valley AVA should log on to Everyvine and add their information to be included on the map. Once the data collection ends the map will be drafted and will be published after about a month.

About the Region

Today more than 100 wineries are operating in the Walla Walla Valley, and more than 1,800 acres of vineyards have become part of the agricultural landscape. Whether new or established, the members of this community of winemakers and growers openly support each other. The result is a region with as much goodwill as individuality. You can see more detailed information about the region on the Walla Walla Valley page.

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Jordan Thomas is the creator of He worked for many years as a cartographer making maps of the world's wine regions. His passions include geographic systems, viticulture, mathematical modelling, and data mining. Jordan likes to spend his time building things, solving problems, and listening to podcasts.

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