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

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New Releases

Our very popular 2021 Petite Sirah is back. It is lush and delicious


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. Come in  and see our great art gallery and event spaces.

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


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CAVU Cellars is open daily, 11 to 5

Table Seating in Art Gallery

Reservations are not required 


CAVU Cellars Welcomes

Brenda Himmelberger, Evan Nye, Chris Fields, Polly Walker, and Mollie Fenton

“My Favorite Things”

Showing December 1st through December 31st, 2023

Opening Reception:

Friday, December 1st, 5 to 7 PM

CAVU Cellars is delighted to host five amazing artists in our art gallery for the month of December. Brenda Himmelberger, Evan Nye, Chris Fields, Polly Walker, and Mollie Fenton have joined together to display a beautiful collection of works.

Please join us at CAVU to welcome these talented people. Artists’ biographies and artists’ statements will be displayed in CAVU Cellars’ art gallery.

 CAVU Cellars Welcomes Artist Jaymie Lamperti

Tasting Room Show November through December 2023

Artist Statement  

Art has always been a major part of my life.  It is a way for me to escape everyday life and explore my talents and creativity. Flowers and portraits are a major part of my work.  There are many varieties of flowers.  Their shapes and colors can convey different memories and emotions for many people.  My inspiration for creating a drawing or painting comes from what I see around me every day.  Shapes and colors can become a piece of artwork, that someone may end up having an emotional connection with. 


Graduating from ASU with a bachelor’s in fine arts specializing in painting has taught me patience and determination.  I go between creating portraits of individuals and of nature. I have always had a good eye for composition and structure in the work I produce.  


Recently I have been gravitating towards simple black and white charcoal drawings.  Images that are black and white can have a different sensation.  When my work is observed, I hope that it will bring some memory of good feeling and encourage an onlooker to smile.          


 Salsa Night is Back

First Friday Salsa Night


Event Space. Looking for a great venue for your next event?  Check us out.