Stomani Cellars

We are a small family owned and operated winery located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. Our focus is in making great Italian style wines from the best fruit from the Wahluke Slope and Yakima Valley.

Touring Region
Current Weather
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy, 49° F

Amenities
Retail Sales, Picnic Area, Tasting Room

Hours of Operation
Sat 1-5, By Appointment

Open to the Public
Yes

Yearly Production (in cases)
1500

Variety List
Blend - Other Red
Rose
Sangiovese
Pinot Gris
Merlot
Dolcetto
Cabernet Sauvignon
Barbera

For all you college round ball fans, this weekend tips off the NCAA selection and seeding process. In tribute to our Dawgs (I know there are other teams out there, but they ain't got a chance), we will offer a 5% additional discount on wine purchases for those sporting the colors of their favorite team. Come on down to SoDo, Georgetown and Southpark for the afternoon. Be sure to plan your visit to Stomani Cellars and the other member wineries of South Seattle Artisan Wineries. There is a $5 sampling fee at our winery. All case purchases of Stomani Cellars wine will receive a 10% discount. We are situated 1/2 block from Safeco Field, in SoDo district of Seattle. There is plenty of on-street parking, so come on down. We will be pouring current bottled offerings and some very special wines from the barrel. Check out the website for further details and driving directions.

Our Story

Our passion in winemaking is working with the best Italian grape variety, Sangiovese, and the best French varietals, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Our goal is to make fine, elegant, full bodied, ageable wine using fruit from top vineyards in Washington State. We strive each harvest to create the ultimate "Insieme'" red wine blend.

From our cellar, you will also see a few less known Italian varietals like Dolcetto and Barbera. Come, enjoy Italian Style Artisan Wines from Stomani Cellars

Insieme, il nostro vino รจ la riflessione della frutta.
(Together, our wine is the reflection of the fruit.)

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