Dumas Station


Dumas Station

36229 US-12, Dayton, WA 99328, USA


Dumas Station was started in 2003 by two Walla Walla natives/friends, after a few years of successful wine experimentation in their garage. Jay & Doug produce about 2,000 cases of wine per year and do most of the work by hand, with a little help from family and friends. Jay has planted, and manages, multiple vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley. The tasting room, constructed with re-purposed wood from the 100+ year old Dumas Station building next door, features early 1900s style decorating, antique train lanterns, and windows overlooking the production area.
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Features & Amenities

Bike Friendly

Bus / RV Parking

Dog friendly

Family friendly

Large groups welcome (please call ahead)

Outdoor Seating

Picnics welcome

Tours available

Wheelchair accessible

Oregon Wine Flies Free

Region and AVA


Walla Walla Valley


Walla Walla Valley


Dumas Station
Dumas Station
Dumas Station
Dumas Station
Dumas Station

Where obsessions take root.

True Walla Walla Valley

Hemmed in by the Blue Mountains to the southeast, the Palouse to the north, and the Columbia River westward, the Walla Walla Valley AVA straddles southeast Washington and northeast Oregon. The modern-day wine industry began in the 1970s when childhood friends Gary Figgins of Leonetti Cellar and Rick Small of Woodward Canyon Winery began conducting…