Yelm residents Nancy Breidenthal and Judith Clifford own Lacey’s Classic Winemakers, where the customer makes their own wine.
“Craft your own wine right here at Classic Winemakers. Visit our winery, taste many Award Winning Wines and select the wine you want to make. We will tend your wine to maturity and when you return, you get to bottle and create your own personal label. You then have 30 bottles of famous wine, with your own personal label on them for about $6-$7 dollars per bottle. Your very own delicious wine to share with a friend after a long day at work or enjoy a well-balanced wine with dinner,” quoting their website.
“This is a wine shop where folks make their own wine. Customers may supply their own empty bottles or buy them there. Folks can split a batch … or batches … together.
The process done by the customer consists of tasting and choosing their wine and pitching the yeast to begin the fermentation process. They then returns in 6 weeks to bottle, cork and create a personalized label.
If you haven’t already been here, this is a wonderful place, so I am sharing it with you in the hopes you will give yourself a treat and an experience.
The Limited Editions are now here and our existing customers know how unique they are. For example the South African Cabernet Sauvignon and the Italian Dolcetto are exceptional.
This year so far, our reputation for quality wines has spread to the Military.
Many of the brigades are making wine with us for their special events.
Its an honor to work with these dedicated warriors,” quoting co-owner Judith Clifford.
1225 Ruddell Road S.E. Suite A,
in Lacey (one block South of St. Martin’s University).
MENTION YOU READ ABOUT CLASSIC WINEMAKERS ON THE YELM COMMUNITY BLOG FOR A 10% DISCOUNT!
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