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 Hosts “From and For Gardens”

Art Show featuring Beverly Nash, Lynn Woolson, and Robin Leventhal

Show opens April 5, 2024

Opening Reception: Friday, 5 PM to 7:00 PM

As we have said before, Spring simply would not be Spring without our favorite garden artists showing here at CAVU Cellars. Beverly Nash and Lynn Woolson will be joined this year by Robin Leventhal. In Robin’s series, the perilous balance of life and decay, intertwined by divine veneration are explored. Please join us for another truly incredible show.


CAVU Cellars Welcomes Sharon Kaufman-Osborn

Imperfect Offerings

Broken China Assemblages

CAVU Cellars Tasting Room

April 2024

 Artist’s statement:

 “Ring the bell that still can ring, forget your perfect offering, there is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.” (Leonard Cohen) We are fragile beings, imperfect from the start. Our vulnerabilities highlight our humanness and invite us to discover light in the midst of darkness. 

The act of breaking glass and china is incorporated into symbolic customs across the globe. These traditions, which often take place before or during weddings, are believed to ward off evil or bring good luck. 

 In the spirit of these sentiments and in the tradition of Pique Assiette or “Plate Thievery,” I survey my colorful collection of china, jewelry, memorabilia, beads, and baubles and begins to break and cut. Sometimes I start with an image or an idea and sometimes the piece evolves from a kernel of curiosity. 

I savor the process of assembling the three-dimensional collages. Repurposing and puzzling together broken, cast-off, or prized possessions into creations with new identities, the past lives of these pieces are honored and infused with new radiance, joy, and memory.  



 Latin Dance Night

First Friday Each Month

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