Our hand-crafted wines are the culmination of a journey from grape to bottle. Each wine in our collection is an expression of the earth from which the vine was grown; the careful guidance of the grower, and the gentle hand of the winemaker guiding it towards a final transformation into brilliance. Our wines are our passion for life expressed through the grape and shared with our friends.
Stottle Winery & Tasting Room:
2641 Willamette Dr NE
Lacey, WA 98516
Hoodsport Tasting Room:
24180 Highway 101
Hoodsport, WA 98548
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Estate Vineyards / AVA
This vineyard, where we source our Viognier, is just Southwest of Prosser and features the second oldest Viognier wines in Washington state. These vines are cropped to about 2.5 tons per acre which intensifies the flavors and complexity of the wines we make using these grapes.
Elerding 6 Prong Vineyard - Horse Heaven Hills AVA
This highly sought after old vine vineyard sits next to the Columbia River Gorge with its moderating winds, warm days and cool nights; it provides an ideal location for growing many grape varietals. Many of the varieties in the Elerding vineyards are among the oldest vines of their type in the State. Our Malbec, Syrah, and Sangiovese come from these venerable vines. In prior (and future years) we have sourced Cabernet Sauvignon, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Tempranillo, and Mourvedre from this vineyard.
Marcela Vineyard - Yakima Valley AVA
We source Roussanne from this wonderful little vineyard located just outside of Zilla. The vines here are cropped to less then 2 tons per acre intensifying the flavors of this highly sensitive grape.
Elephant Mountain Vineyard - Yakima Valley AVA
If you look to the north traveling down I-84 as you near Zilla, the hills take on the shape of a giant sleeping elephant. Located in these hills is Elephant Mountain Vineyards, the highest and hottest vineyard in the Yakima Valley with similar heat units to Red Mountain. We source our Merlot from this vineyard as well as Cabernet Sauvignon and Viognier (for our late harvest) in 2011.
We received 90 points on our 2012 Viognier and 90 points on our 2012 Lucille (Late Harvest Viognier)
All 6 of the wines we entered at the Seattle Wine Awards medaled again this year. Including 2 Double Golds.