Grant County provides a diverse variety of agricultural products. Our farmers produce winter and spring wheat, potatoes and hay, apples, cherrys, and other fruits along with corn, asparagus, spearmint, peppermint and the list goes on and on. As a result, a number of local outlets for these products provide consumers with easy access to some of the freshest produce on the planet!
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7907 Rd 11.5 NW, Ephrata, WA 98823, USA
In the west, water is gold. Irrigation gave life to Eastern Washington's desert - first feeding the world, then producing world class wine grapes! Near a whistle-stop called Winchester our family settled on ...
21001 Washington 243, Mattawa, WA 99349, USA
Specialties: Varieties of Cherries
Season: May 18-July 10
Schedule: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
2873 Wild Goose Road N.E., Moses Lake, WA 98837
Gina and Sverre, moved from the Seattle area to Moses lake in 2007. They then chose to dabble in winemaking, the wine improved as the years passed, and in 2016 Cascade Cellars was founded. In 2016 Cascade ...
Moses Lake, WA 98837, USA
Farm fresh produce and handmade arts/crafts. Open Saturdays mornings & Wednesday afternoons from mid-June through mid-October.
2743 Hwy. 283 N., Quincy, Wa, 98848
With their extensive knowledge and experience of winemaking and grape growing, the father and son team have implemented the best winemaking practices from around the world. With Michael’s help, the grapes ...
2101 F Street Southwest, Quincy, WA 98848, USA
Jones of Washington is a family-owned winery, with estate vineyards located along the Columbia River in central Washington State. As one of the first families to farm these productive and scenic lands, we watch over our ...