Two Mountain Winery is a family affair. Owned and operated by brothers Matthew and Patrick Rawn, our family has been farming the rich soil in the Rattlesnake Hills area of the Yakima Valley of Washington State for more than half a century.Make your Zillah itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
We planted Two Mountain Vineyard in 2000 with our uncle Ron Schmidt, and crushed our first vintage in 2002. Today, three generations contribute their talents and expertise to Two Mountain Winery and our 26-acre estate vineyard.
Two Mountain Winery reviews
We went to Two Mountain Winery for a wine tasting and enjoyed the wine and a whole lot more. The wines were very good and we brought a bottle of their Cab Franc Reserve back home to Georgia to enjoy.... more »
Delicious wines and fun atmosphere. We've been in their wine club for years now and will continue to be. more »
The wines here are great. The staff and facilities are great as well. Highly advise giving this place a try if you're in the area.
We really enjoyed the tasting. Their rosé Demi’s are amazing and a great price point! The staff was very friendly and gave us local tips.
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