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Latin for ‘location’, Locus sources fruit from cooler climate vineyards in the Yakima Valley and Naches Heights AVAs of Washington State to produce unique, handcrafted wines that best showcase where they were sourced. Our Old World-like approach to our favorite varietals – Syrah, Cinsault, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc – produces wines with higher acidity and less oak that are approachable and destined for food pairing. Read about the people behind Locus here. Wanna keep up? Check out our monthly newsletter and sign up for the mailing list.

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locus wines

at occidental park
in historic pioneer square

Located in thriving Pioneer Square just a few blocks from CenturyLink Field and T-Mobile Park, our dedicated tasting room is a modern, approachable space with an emphasis on showcasing how food and wine can elevate one another.

Our guests can discover many of our wines (some of which are exclusive to this location) by tasting a flight, enjoying a quick glass and a snack, or settling in for a full evening of curated pairings. 

307 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 


Spring/Summer Hours of Operation

Closed Tuesdays

Mon, Wed-Fri 3-9PM, Sat 12-9PM, Sun 12-7PM

Kitchen closes daily 45 minutes prior to closing time.

Reservations on Open Table. Reservations for 5 or more require credit card hold. An automatic gratuity of 20% is charged for parties larger than six.  

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locus wines
at a/stir

Think of a/stir as a locus wines tasting room with much more food options and a whole lot more space.


Located in the heart of Capitol Hill neighborhood, a stir offers gluten-free and nut-free American Contemporary cuisine with Northwest ingredients and Northern Mediterranean influences (think Spanish, French, Italian, Greek and Turkish).

In addition to wine, a stir offers one of the widest collection of ciders in the U.S. (170 and counting) as well as craft cocktails. You can check out the menu and follow it on Instagram.

65 seats for dining, 175 seats at the 'downstairs at a stir' bar. Open Tuesday through Sunday. Reservations on OpenTable

818 East Pike, Seattle, WA



locus wines

at the tasting room

in seattle's post alley

The Tasting Room offers the best of Washington’s viticultural bounty in an old world-style wine bar featuring eight boutique, winemaker-owned Washington wineries, one of which is Locus Wines. Located in the heart of the historic Pike Place Market, we provide an oasis for travelers and locals alike, offering over 60 different wines to taste daily. Check their social media or website hours of operation.

1924 Post Alley, Seattle, WA


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