We can't wait for you to experience our new winery in the heart of the Yakima Valley!
Yakima County is currently in Phase 2, which allows wineries to open with outdoor seating. We welcome you to join us on our outdoor winery patio where you'll experience exceptional wine tastings, shade and fresh Yakima Valley air. We recommend you bundle up and bring a blanket. We'll have a heater for you!
Reservations are very limited and highly encouraged and limited to five or less people per party (including children). To make advanced reservations please use the form below or for day of reservations, please call (509) 779-6000. You will have a dedicated heater with your reservation. Walkups are welcome, if seating is available. To-go bottle sales - including some awesome wine specials - will be available to commemorate our grand opening.
Extra precautions are being taken to ensure your experience is both memorable and safe. Please see additional policies, including mandatory masks, below.
Current availability (each reservation is for ~60 minutes)
Sunday November 29: 12-5 p.m. (last seating 4p, wine club only)
Sunday, December 20: 12-5 p.m. (last seating 4p, wine club only)
The Role of Our Guests
We ask that you wear a mask when not seated (we can provide if needed), wash hands frequently (hand sanitizer is provided and keep a safe distance of at least six feet from other parties.
Our Mask Policy: Washington state law requires winery staff to wear masks at all-time and winery guests to wear masks when arriving and going to/from table. You may remove your masks when seated and enjoying beautiful Fortuity wine! Exceptions are for individuals with medical or disability that prevents wearing a face covering and children under five.
Wine-tasting & other purchases: In Phase 2, we are offering pre-poured tasting flights on our winery patio to minimize guest and staff interactions at the table. To-go bottle sales - including some awesome wine specials - will be available to commemorate our grand opening.
Sanitation: Winery staff will wash their hands frequently, disinfect all surfaces multiple times per day, maintain clean restrooms and provide a fun experience!
Seatings: To comply with the Governor's Safe Start policies, we are only allowed to seat people outside at this time. Tables will be made available for parties of six or less. Tables will be at least six feet apart and we ask that you do not re-arrange furniture. Please refrain from visiting other tables, or if you do, please ensure your mask is on and you are six feet apart from other guests.
Health screening questions: Please ask yourself the following questions before visiting Fortuity Cellars. If you answer "yes" to any of the three questions, please reschedule your visit to another time.
- Have you or anyone in your household had any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days: sore throat, cough, chills, body aches for unknown reasons, shortness of breath for unknown reasons, loss of smell, loss of taste, fever at or greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit?
- Do you have any reason to believe you or anyone in your household has been exposed to or acquired COVID-19?
- To the best of your knowledge have you been in close proximity to any individual who tested positive for COVID-19?
Payment: NO CASH: At this time we are accepting credit card only. Thank you for your understanding!
On-site food: Fortuity Cellars does not have on-site food for purchase. Winery guests are welcome to bring their own picnic, including stopping by one of our neighboring haunts (Hoptown for pizza or Tacos La Placita for tacos). Please bus your own tables. No outside alcohol allowed.
Children and pet policy: Fortuity Cellars intends to be both family and pet friendly place. With COVID-19, we have had to adjust some of the ways we operate. Children under 21 are welcome to join their parents on the winery patio and we ask that they remain seated with adults. We very much look forward to bringing back lawn games, but it will have to wait until a later phase. Well-behaved pets on leashes only please. Temperatures are warm in the Yakima Valley in the summer so please do not leave pets in car, instead consider leaving them in your temperature controlled home.
Protecting your wine: If you are planning to visit multiple wineries, we highly encourage you to bring a cooler or other insulated box to protect your wines. Wine does not like extreme temperatures (hot or cold). No one wants a bottle to blow its cork (and contents). That would make you sad!
Our approved COVID-19 Safety Plan will be available to anyone visiting the winery. Just ask us!