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Dumas Station Wines is a family-owned, estate winery founded in 2003. We only make wine from grapes sourced in the Walla Walla Valley AVA. Our primary focus is producing vineyard-driven, Bordeaux style wines. We are committed to hand-nurtured grapes and traditional, small-lot wine production.


Our Tasting Room is open by APPOINTMENT ONLY due to the limited square footage and health professionals recommendation of social distancing to reduce the chance of spread of the Coronavirus. To make an appointment email or call us: | 509-540-1195

Our winery is a beautiful, short drive through the rolling hills east of Walla Walla. In 25 minutes you’ll arrive at Dumas Station, which is located in a historic apple-packing warehouse and agricultural train station – that’s where we got the name Dumas Station. When you visit, we’ll pour you some wine and tell you all about it. We look forward to hosting you in our tasting room or our back patio we call ‘View of the Blues.’ On the patio you can relax, enjoy the scenery, walk down to the creek, play games, and of course enjoy a glass of wine or two. See you soon.

Winery and Tasting Room is open Thursday thru Sunday 11am to 5pm.

36229 Highway 12 Dayton, WA 99328 (Map)

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For questions or tasting appointment requests please contact us directly.


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Visit this page often to see what we have planed at the winery, vineyard or maybe at a location in your town.

Learn the In's and Out's of Pairing Wine with Food 

DETAILS TBD – Join our winemaker, Neil Johnston, as he leads you through the elements of selecting the right wine to go with a particular dish. Details will appear here as they develop.



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Read our most current news and articles some really nice people wrote about us.

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Wine Press Northwest – “20th Platinum proved more delicious than ever”

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin – “Dumas Station Wines Purchases Birch Creek Vineyard”

Wine Press Northwest – “Northwest Wine: Cab Franc catches on with winemakers, consumers”

Wine Press Northwest – “Dumas Station Wines 2016 Cabernet Franc, Walla Walla Valley”

Wine Press Northwest – “Dumas Station Wines 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon”

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin – “Time to savor: Columbia County’s only winery, Dumas Station, offers a warm welcome in a no-frills setting between Waitsburg and Dayton”

Walla Walla Lifestyles – “A rosé is not a rosé is not a rosé!”

The Spokesman-Review – “Walla Walla wines in a class of their own”

Wine Spectator – “New Faces in Washington Wine” (subscription required)


  • Dumas Station and COVID-19Dumas Station and COVID-19
    Authored by:  Jay DeWitt, Vigneron/Managing Winemaker I thought there might be interest among you regarding the impacts this virus outbreak is having on our lives and business here at Dumas Station. One of my mentors taught me, “business is solving problems.” Wow! We have a bunch of new ones to… Read more »
  • February is for … Franc-ies??February is for … Franc-ies??
    Authored by: Neil Johnston, Winemaker “February is for Foodies”. (Did you know that was actually a thing?). Many restaurants in our region have special menus based on that slogan, at special prices, to help celebrate everyone’s love for food. February is also the month of Valentine’s Day, which often involves… Read more »
  • How Are The Grapes This Year?How Are The Grapes This Year?
    Authored by: Jay DeWitt, Vigneron/Managing Winemaker We are frequently asked, “how was the vintage?” A simple answer just scratches the surface. Many factors contribute to the overall quality of a particular vintage, but most important is how warm it was. Micro climates vary widely in the Walla Walla AVA. We… Read more »

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We’re a unique group of individuals that have come together for one purpose – to make great Walla2 wine. Our team is a small, close-knit collection of wonderful people with various backgrounds and talents. We invite you to meet our team – you’ll love our personalities.

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