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Idaho Wine Country

Idaho Wine Country

821 West State Street, Boise City, Idaho, 83702
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Idaho Wine Country Vineyards and Tasting Rooms

Particularly known for its river, lakes and spectacular mountain scenery, Idaho has also become recognized for its wonderful wine growing regions. The unique mixes of climate, geography and rich soil have been discovered to produce a variety of outstanding grapes. Today, mostly in the Snake River Valley AVA, Idaho is home to 50 vineyards and wineries on more than 1,600 acres. Take a tour of the Idaho Wine Country and tasting rooms to explore why Idaho has attracted grape growers for nearly 100 years.


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  • Ste. Chapelle Sunday Summer Concert Series
  • Uncorked in the Garden
  • Sips and Sounds Live Music Series
  • Tour Taste and Tunes - "Wining on a Sunday"


  • Wine tasting & pairings
  • Private events
  • Wine making classes
  • Wine Tours

Idaho’s Wine Industry History

Idaho’s wine industry started when the first grapes were planted in 1864 and has been steadily growing. Today, Idaho’s grape growing potential is coming into its own and the region ranks 22nd in the country. Featuring 50 wineries and 1,600 acres of planted grapes, Idaho is earning a great deal of respect and recognition in the wine industry.

Snake River Valley AVA

Located in the southern part of the state, Snake River Valley is Idaho’s first American Viticulture Area and has the highest population of wineries and vineyards in Idaho. Featuring more than 8,000 square miles, the Snake River Valley AVA has comparable latitudes to many mainstream wine growing regions allowing for tremendous growth in the industry.


  • How many wineries are here?

    With 1,600 acres of planted grapes, Idaho is now home to 50 vineyards and wineries featuring a variety of grapes, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Viognier and more.
  • What types of wine can I taste?

    Idaho's growing wineries and vineyards consistently make award-winning wines ranging from full-bodied reds, like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, to delicate whites, like Chardonnay and Riesling.

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