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

Home       About Us       Accolades       Wines       Buy Wines      Wine Club      Contact Us

New Releases

2015 Barbera Rose'.  This wine sells out quickly each year. It is bright and lively with great fruit flavors and acidity. Don't miss out.


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


Our Shopping Cart is changing:

We are sorry to announce that the host company for our shopping cart was sold to another company and the new company has elected to shut down the site and move vendors to a new site. We are researching all alternatives and will let you know when we have a new shopping cart available.

In the meantime, please call or email Jim at 509-540-6350, and place your order with him. If you email an order, please provide a phone number and Jim will contact you for credit card information.



 New Art Exhibit begins June 1st. Artists' opening reception June 3rd, 5 to 8 PM.

Joyce has been actively involved in various aspects of the arts for many years.  She has appeared in numerous community theater productions in three states and has had a number of written articles published, and co-authored a book with her husband.  With that venture finished, her time is once again actively devoted to pursuing the visual arts.  Working first in watercolor, she then discovered the art of making her own paper and using it to make creative collage pieces.  Soon she learned that by incorporating ‘found’ objects in her collage work, a whole new avenue of expression was open to her.  Her latest creative endeavor has been to explore encaustic painting.  It has quickly become her favorite art form.  Her husband is convinced it’s because of the ‘power’ she experiences while using the blow torch to melt and ‘push around’ the hot wax!  She always has great fun searching for just the right object to incorporate into that waiting board of molten wax.

 Specializing in watercolor realism and painting ‘all things Walla Walla’ is more than just a hobby for Randy--it’s a lifestyle.

Randy’s dad was a recognized watercolor artist in Canada, and passed on this gift to Randy. In his earliest days, he enjoyed sketching trips with his dad. When he graduated from the University of Manitoba, he felt a call to Christian ministry and so instead of Art College, he went to Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Then he gave 40 years of service with the Evangelical Covenant Church, still doing some art work, such as designing bulletins and creating art glass windows.

After marrying Joyce in 1981, he took a break from ministry and for six years, the two of them lived as freelance artists, doing shows, exhibiting in galleries, taking art trips to China and France, winning some significant awards, and actually surviving as artists!

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