InquisiTours is excited to announce that the NW Wine, Rail & Tours have arrived, and is ready to help you discover Washington wines. At InquisiTours, we will bring you to that unique place, where the Oregon Trail meets Washington wines.
We believe that travel is about creating lasting memories and making connections with the people and places we visit. We design escorted group tours of the Eastern Washington wine region. Our local guides will help you complete your Pacific Northwest experience from either Seattle or Portland. Along the route, learn about the region’s geography, climate, and history. Also, the local wineries and tasting rooms will provide an abundance of vintages to sip and savor. Your journey will be filled with curiosity, laughter, and comradery that will last long after you have returned home.
From Seattle: NW Explorer with Rail (6-nights)
The Pacific Northwest with its unique cities, charming small towns, scenic waterways and majestic mountains is one the most is one of the most stunningly diverse regions in the world. The 6-night NW Explorer introduces you to Washington and Oregon and the Northwest lifestyle while offering two unique train rides. Enjoy the rugged Mountain views and Bavarian charms of Leavenworth. Take a journey to the rolling hills of Eastern Washington and Wine Country. World class wine awaits as you travel the pioneer trail to “Washington’s friendliest town,” Walla Walla. In Oregon, the historic Western town of Pendleton is your gateway to the Volcanoes and Waterfalls of the Columbia River Gorge. Portland Oregon, “the City of Roses,” has a style all its own.More Info
From Seattle: NW Wine & Rail Tour (4-nights)
Ride the rails and take a journey to the heart of Eastern Washington and Wine Country. Enjoy the rugged Mountain views and Bavarian charms of Leavenworth. Grand vistas of the Columbia River, pioneer history, and world class wines await you in Washington’s friendliest town…Walla Walla.More Info
From Seattle: Holiday Barrel Tasting Weekend Dec. 1-3
Savor Washington’s Wine Country with exclusive tasting and previews that come only once a year, while simultaneously experiencing the classic small-town event: Walla Walla’s Holiday Parade. This winter weekend will warm your heart, no matter the chill.More Info
From Portland: Walla Walla Wine & Rail Tour (3-nights)
Ride the wine train through the stunning Columbia River Gorge to the heart of Eastern Washington’s famed Wine Country. Volcanoes, waterfalls and orchards guide the way towards picturesque vineyards and culinary treats. Lewis & Clark, Oregon Trail pioneers and modern day travelers have declared Walla Walla welcoming and friendly. Come and see why.More Info
From Portland: Walla Walla Wine Tour (2-nights)
Where the Oregon Trail meets Washington Wines. Come enjoy fabulous wines, fresh local food and rich history while traveling in comfort from the Rose City. Charming downtown Walla Walla lined with tasting rooms, galleries and boutiques will entertain you. We’ll “round-up” the trip in Pendleton, OR home of the famous annual rodeo and Woolen Mill.More Info
GSBA Walla Walla Wine Weekend April 19 - 22, 2018
To promote travel in Eastern Washington while showcasing diversity among rural communities, we are proud to partner with the Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA), the world's largest LGBT and allied chamber of commerce, for this inclusive event filled with wine, cuisine, art, music, and good friends!More Info
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