It’s Women’s History Month, a celebration for which we’ll most definitely raise a glass!

Looking to plan a Washington Wine Country trip this spring? Visit Tri-Cities has highlighted a variety of women-owned businesses you can support! Did you know it’s also Washington Wine Month? Whether you’re planning a wine tasting weekend or looking ahead for Mother’s Day adventures, here are a few of top notch, women-owned places to visit in Washington’s Tri-Cities.

  • Get out to explore. Taste Washington’s acclaimed Red Mountain AVA by wagon, horse or bicycle with Red Mountain Trails. Owner Teresa Owens is a longtime local who knows the wines, trails and friendly folks of the region. She shares stories, details and expertise on these wine fueled adventure tours.  Northwest Paddleboarding is a mother-daughter small business success story. Offering a paddleboard and kayak rentals, along with lessons, SUP yoga, tours and moonlight paddles, visitors of all ages enjoy exploring the mighty Columbia.

    (Photo Credit: Northwest Paddleboarding)
  • When life’s got you down, it’s time to throw an axe, or have a smash partyAxe KPR Hatchet Range is an indoor urban axe throwing experience fit for ages 8+, get in and get throwing. Along the same vein, Take a break offers smash therapy, along with a paint splash room. Yes, this is as satisfying as it sounds. Read more here.

    (Photo Credit: Axe KPR Hatchet Range)
  • Unleash your creativity while indulging in delicious food and wine. We all know Barnard Griffin for its amazing wines and heritage as pioneers of the Washington Wine Industry, but did you know it’s home to a glass studio? db Studio Fused Glass at Barnard Griffin offers a variety of hand-blown products, as well as glass fusing classes. Continue the arts and wine vibe at The Wet Palette Studio,  which offers a variety of painting sessions classes alongside a menu of delicious bites and local libations.
(Photo Credit: Fused Glass)

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