Our tasting room, in Eastern Washington's Walla Walla Valley, is located in a historic machine shop - formerly a Walla Walla Foundry building. The shop has been updated to include the modern tasting room, contemporary art gallery, and design store, in addition to a spacious patio and sculpture garden. Enjoy a glass of award winning wines out on the patio, or view the quarterly art exhibitions.
Opened in September 2019, Foundry Vineyards Seattle is equal parts tasting room, shop, and community hub. Located in historic Pioneer Square, the Seattle space is an extension of our mission of Art + Wine, housing an extensive design shop, rotating art shows, and community events. Pick up your favorite bottles while you shop a curated selection of handcrafted gifts from 130+ independent designers, makers, and artists.
Taste award-winning wines in our space. Choose from multiple flight options, including our Pét Project, natural sparkling flight (available while supplies last). For special hours for events, art openings, and summertime hours, please see our calendar.
waived with a purchase of 2 bottles
Tasting fees included in Artisan Club membership
For groups of 10 or more please call to make a reservation to ensure we are able to accommodate your group.
To schedule a private tasting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509.529.0736.
Occasionally, Foundry Vineyards hosts special celebrations for which we close early. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause you.
GROUNDS + FOOD
Foundry Vineyards Walla Walla has small bites available for purchase, as well as a selection of Washington State beers, and non-alcoholic beverages. Current bites are provided by Foodscape, Passatempo, and Tsar Nicoulai Caviar. Please feel welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in our sculpture garden.
Pets are welcome as long as they are leashed and do not cause disruption or discomfort to other guests.
The Walla Walla location is also home to a gift shop curated by our friends at Fruitsuper - Sallyann Corn and Joe Kent. The shop features 50+ independent designers and makers. Fruitsuper shop focuses on the connection between the hand of the maker, the creative community, and the stories behind objects. It is dedicated to American-made objects, small scale production, and crafted quality.
SEATTLE BOTTLE SHOP
Starting January 2024, our Seattle location will operate as a bottle shop for members and customers. Foundry Vineyards and Pét Project wines are available for purchase, along with select cider, and non-alcoholic beverages. Bottles may be enjoyed in house, without any corkage fees. For special hours for events, art openings, and pop-ups, please see our calendar. Small dogs are welcome as long as they are leashed, service animals, and do not cause a disruption or discomfort to other guests. The Seattle Bottle Shop does not offer food, but you are welcome to bring snacks with you.
In September 2017, Foundry Vineyards teamed up with JOIN Design to create a unique and design-centric gift shop for our Walla Walla tasting room. Since then, the shop has featured more than 130+ independent designers. In September 2019, we expanded this relationship in Foundry Vineyard's Seattle Tasting room.
fruitsuper shop is curated and designed by fruitsuper’s Joe Kent and Sallyann Corn. Their studio has been sold in the SFMOMA Museum Store, and they have been featured by New York Times Style magazine and GRAY magazine. With fruitsuper’s help, we have built unique and intimate shops with perfect gifts for you or a friend.
PARKING + GAME DAYS
Pioneer Square is home to Lumen Field and T-Mobile park. There are regular sports, music, and other large events in the area. Please check local sports and events calendars, if you are concerned about the availability of street parking. On most regular business days, ample street parking is available in front of and nearby Foundry Vineyards. Paid 2 hour parking ends at 6pm. If street parking is unavailable, the closest garages to the tasting room are:
450 Alaskan Garage: 450 Alaskan Way
Stadium Place Garage: 530 Occidental Ave S
CenturyLink Field North Lot: 201 King St
King Street Center: 200 King St S
The tasting room is also just a few blocks from the nearest bus and Light Rail stations.