Cameo Heights Mansion bed and breakfast is situated centrally– connecting the celebrated Walla Walla wineries and the up-and-coming Red Mountain wine region. Over one hundred wineries are within a 35-mile radius of the bed and breakfast. Taste the finest wines in the world, and then return to a restful night’s sleep in our luxurious accommodations.
Cameo Heights Mansion provides the perfect retreat for wine tourists visiting the Walla Walla Valley’s wineries. Our bed and breakfast is surrounded by the breathtaking Walla Walla River Vineyard with 143 acres of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Syrah. During your stay with us you can explore the vineyard and observe the seasonal work of pruning, shoot thinning, cluster removal, and harvesting. Watch out! They may put you to work! Yields from the rich grape harvest of the on-site Walla Walla River Vineyard contribute to the creation of some of the finest wines in valley wineries such as NorthStar, Columbia Crest, Chateau St. Michelle, and Snoqualmie.
Need help in deciding upon a specific winery or locating it?
Download our Walla Walla Vacation Guide to see a list of prominent and award-winning wineries in the Walla Walla area, as well as other local sights and activities.
Want a guided tour of selected Walla Walla or Red Mountain wineries?
Ask about our Cameo Heights Mansion wine tours.
Washington State Wine Appellations
Bottles of wine produced in the Walla Walla valley generally will have either Walla Walla Valley on the label or “CV” for Columbia Valley depending upon the quantity of the source of grapes going into the wine. (Columbia Valley is a less descriptive “macro” designation which includes all appellations and/or groups of appellations anywhere in the general Eastern Washington wine country area but not including Puget Sound from the West side, the only other Washington wine appellation.)
Eastern Washington wine appellations included in the Columbia Valley (CV) designation are:
Walla Walla Valley
Horse Heavens Hills
For other pertinent information about the wine industry see Washington State wine appellations.