CAVU Cellars  175 E Aeronca Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362  USA    509-540-6350   Terms

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New Releases

2014 Barbera Rose'.  Our ever popular Barbera Rose' is back and it is as good as it has ever been. Don't miss out on this limited production wine.

2014 Sauvignon Blanc.  Our 2013 vintage sold out early last year, so don't delay. It is a wonderful and refreshing dry white.

2012 Winemaker's Select. A truly stunning blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and Petit Verdot. Joel’s personal blend for you and friends.

On the Horizon

2012 Barbera

2012 Malbec (Walla Walla)

Winery Hours and location.

We are open 11 to 5 daily. Our winery and tasting room are located at the Walla Walla Regional Airport complex.  Find the address and directions here.

CAVU Wine Club

We are now accepting members to our wine club. This membership affords the opportunity to purchase all our wines at discounted prices, to receive first chance at receiving our limited release wines, and to receive regular shipments based on your requirements.  Check our wine club page for more information.

Check us Out

CAVU Cellars is family owned and operated.  Jim, Karen, and son Joel (who is also the wine maker) are the co-owners. Read about us and how we got started here: About Us

Welcome

We are pleased to announce that our shopping cart is up and running.  We have partnered with Vineyard 2 Door in order to provide a safe and secure shopping environment.  All orders placed online come directly to Jim, Karen, and Joel at CAVU Cellars. You can go directly to the shopping cart here.

 

Events.

UPCOMING ART EXHIBIT IN THE GALLERY AT CAVU CELLARS!!

We are happy to announce Art Collision: 3 Artists, 3 Perspectives, an exciting show featuring local artists Dan Dunn, Jim Cotts, and Brandon Hallsted.  On display until July 29th.

Dan Dunn, an Engineering Test Manager at Nelson Irrigation Corporation in Walla Walla since the mid-70’s, paints for the enjoyment and the challenge of capturing a small piece of nature on canvas.

 

Jim Cotts, whose formal education is in Mathematics and Statistics, is drawn to abstract art. His paintings, which focus on color and pattern, have been greatly influenced by the abstract expressionist painters of the 1950’s and ‘60’s and by the current German artist, Bernard Richter

 

Brandon Hallsted’s education and experience in engineering and design infuses his artwork with layers of nontraditional elements, producing art that evokes multiple interpretations and paradoxes. .  He aims to endow each piece with emotion, skill, attention to detail, individuality, and one-of-a-kind design language that requires thorough reflection and can incite emotional responses both harmonious and conflicting.

 

 

Looking for a great space to hold an event:  Our newly remodeled tasting room and event space are perfect for holiday parties, business meetings, wedding receptions, or other get- togethers.  If you have a large group, we have additional space in the winery. Give Karen a call at 509-540-6351 or come out to see what we have to offer.

CAVU Cellars is hosting The Mythical / Movable Blue Mountain Bluegrass Jam on each second Friday of the month from 6:30 to 10:00 PM. No cover charge.  New musicians are always welcome!   

Bluegrass is an American music form that traditionally employs acoustic, string instruments (guitar, bass, banjo, fiddle and mandolin) and harmony singing.  While some bluegrass jam groups are very particular about what they play and how they play it……the Mythical / Movable Jam Group is fairly relaxed.  Most music can be played “bluegrass style” and you may hear a folk, old-time or even a rock tune at one of these jams. 

Song choice is passed around the jam circle, so everyone gets to choose at least one tune that they know, each time around. 

The Mythical / Movable Bluegrass Jam actively promotes bluegrass music and encourages people to listen, appreciate and participate in keeping bluegrass & acoustic music alive in the Walla Walla valley.