The Old Hatchery Winery is located in Bozeman, MT. The building housing the winery was built in 1895. Located in a gulch under the “M” at the mouth of Bridger Canyon, this historic buidling served as the U.S. Fish Hatchery for over 70 years. The Hatchery produced eggs and fish for fishery programs throughout Montana and the West, supplying rainbow, brook, brown and cutthroat trout as well as grayling. Built on four-by-four beams the building has survived over 115 of Bozeman's winters and now serves as the The Old Hatchery Winery, one of Gallatin Valley’s oldest landmarks.
Today the Old Hatchery Winery is located between college and 19th ave, across from the Gallatin Valley Mall. The winery specializes in grapes from the Northwest, carrying six local wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay '07 & '10, Viognier and Chenin Blanc. In addition to the wine selection there is a menu of seasonal sangrias, including red, white, mojito, raspberry lemonade and black cherry.
License includes selling on and off premises. The bar is able to stay open till 2:00am, come join us for your wine of choice!