Have you ever heard someone say no to free wine? Probably not. And that's where this spectacular deal we've found comes to play. The Washington Wine Passport is on sale right now and it'll get you free tastings at over 55 of the Evergreen State's wineries.\nThe pass usually costs $59, but with this Groupon deal, it's 50% off and only $29 for two people. That's only $14 for anytime-vino!\nWhether you want to take your boo, your BFF or purchase a couple of them for your girly squad, you're going to be set for the year. Yup, you heard that right.\nIt's valid for a whole year — from January 1, 2020, to December 31, 2020. Each person is allowed to buy two more as additional gifts. Because "wine" not?\nWashington is the second-largest premium wine producer in the entire United States and this "passport" can be used at participating wineries found here.\nThese include popular vino valleys in the state like Walla Walla, Woodinville, Yakima, and Bainbridge Island.\nThis dream package has additional benefits too.\nIt also includes massive discounts if you want to purchase a bottle (or four) of wine to go and gives you free tours of underground caverns where the prized grapes grow.\nView this post on Instagram When people ask “how is it going” ••• Just say #cheers 🍷 . . . #braziliansdoitbetter #braziliancrew #braziliansinSeattle #friendship #wineoclock #winenot #anotherbottleplease #summervibes #summerfeelings #summer #wa 💃🏼🕶☀️ A post shared by 🍓 𝓛𝓪í𝓼 𝓡𝓲𝓸𝓼 𝓖𝓮𝓰𝓪𝔁 (@lais.rios) on Aug 26, 2019 at 6:29pm PDT\nThe Evergreen State mostly produces red wines, so be sure to check out all the Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah that you want.\nOnce you purchase the membership, it'll arrive in the mail and you can use it like an actual passport: You'll flash it at the winery's entrance and cruise through in style.\nView this post on Instagram 2019 Yakima Valley growing season - a year of contrasts. The 2018 winter started out with a mild December and January that abruptly changed in early February when snow began to fall. Throughout the month of February and into early March, it snowed twice a week, accumulating two feet of snow with many places much deeper due to drifting. Despite staying cold enough to retain snow, there were no record low temperatures and vines over-wintered in good shape. March saw gradual warming, allowing snow to melt slowly and penetrate into the ground without runoff or flooding. April was free of frost and with moderate daytime temperatures, vines budded out about a week late. May turned out unusually warm. By the end of the month vines were in bloom about 10 days ahead of normal. During that time, it was looking like another 2015 vintage, the warmest on record. Just when it looked like an early harvest, July and August saw more moderate temperatures that pushed veraison, the start of ripening, back to a near normal time of mid-August. As of mid to late August it looks as if the season will be slightly warmer than average and harvest will begin full swing around the second week of September. A post shared by Wine Yakima Valley (@wineyakimavalley) on Aug 26, 2019 at 9:13am PDT\nAlthough there are no “blackout dates,” many wineries will occasionally close to the public for private events, and you won't be able to enter then.\nIf you're a large group of more than six people, you can also make reservations at the spot you want to visit.\nView this post on Instagram getting hints of ummmm grapes? A post shared by Meg Johnson (@megjohnson09) on May 31, 2019 at 12:16pm PDT\nAnd the best part? It can be used at vineyards as often as you like, unless it states otherwise.\nYou'll at least be able to get a minimum of two tastings per visit.\nSince it's valid for a year, you can wine-hop to these places whenever you want. So whether it's that secret Valentine's getaway you've been planning, your grape-lovin' BFF's birthday or you just some downtime, you know where to go.\nView this post on Instagram Saturday’s are for the vineyards 🍇 A post shared by Gianna Rocco (@gianna_rocco) on Nov 23, 2019 at 4:07pm PST\nWashington Wine Passport\nOriginal Price: $59\nSale Price: $29\nWhy You Need It: Two can visit over 55 wineries in Washington's wine country all year long.\nBuy It\nThe cover photo on the left used for representative purposes only.\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.