' Hours & Contact - Stottle Winery

Hours & Contact

Stottle Winery & Tasting Room

2641 Willamette Dr NE
Suite E
Lacey, WA 98516

Call ahead or reservation recommended for tasting
Sat & Sun 2-4:30pm or groups larger than 4.

Ph: 360-515-0356
Fax: 360-515-0364
info@stottlewinery.com


Spring/Summer/Fall Hours
(Mar 14 - Nov 1)
Wed - Sat : 12pm - 6pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm

 

Winter Hours 
(Nov 10 - Mar 13)
Wed - Sun : 12pm - 5pm

 

Wine Tasting at the Winery

 

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Hoodsport Tasting Room

24180 Highway 101
Suite B
Hoodsport, WA 98548

Call ahead or reservation recommended for tasting.

Ph: 360-877-2247
info@stottlewinery.com


Current Hours
Fri - Sun : 11am - 5pm

Spring Hours
(April 15 - June 22)
Fri - Sun : 11am - 5pm

Summer Hours
(June 23 - Sept. 5)
Fri - Sun : 11am – 5pm
(Open 4th of July)

Fall Hours
Fri - Sun : 11am - 5pm

Wine Tasting at our Satelite Tasting Room

 

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Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, & New Year's Day.

 

Stottle Winery (Lacey) Directions
We are located north of Olympia in Lacey, just off I-5 near Cabela's, follow the directional signs to Shipwreck Beads, our building is just before theirs on the right.

From I-5 Northbound
Take exit 111 - stay in the left lane, turn left on Marvin Road NE
Follow Marvin Rd to the second round-about and turn right on Willamette Dr NE
Take your 2nd left onto Commerce Dr.
We are in the third building on the right, Suite E.

From I-5 Southbound
Take exit 111 - stay in the right lane, turn right on Marvin Road NE
Follow Marvin Rd to the second round-about and turn right on Willamette Dr NE
Take your 2nd left onto Commerce Dr.
We are in the third building on the right, Suite E.

 

Stottle Hoodsport Tasting Room Directions
We are located on Highway 101 in the Landing Building in downtown Hoodsport. It is the brown cedar building on the East side of the road with the boardwalk, across from the Shell Station. There is parking in front. We are 20 minutes north of Shelton and 1 hour and 20 minutes south of Sequim and Port Townsend.

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