Idaho Wineries – Grape and Whiskey

Featured Wineries

Idaho Wineries
Idaho Wineries
Idaho Wineries

Featured Distilleries

What is a Winery?

The short answer: A place that produces wine.

Why do so many people visit them each year?

The short answer: They are amazing for sampling the local wine and enjoying the beautiful views!

Wineries usually have vineyards to tour as well and they can truly be a beautiful sight. They are no longer just a place that produces wine, they are a destination, a hangout with friends, and some are extremely luxurious.

It is amazing to see where your favorite wine is made or to sample what may soon become your favorite wine. Yes, you must be 21 or older in the US to do any sampling, however, this is still a great outing to do with your family or friends!

Local Wineries

3 Finger Wine Co.

3 Horse Ranch Vineyards

3100 Cellars

Bitner Vineyards

Camas Prairie Winery

Cinder Wines

Clearwater Canyon Cellars

Coeur d'Alene Cellars

Coiled Wines

Cold Springs Winery

Colter's Creek Tasting Room

Colter's Creek Vineyards and Winery

Crossings Winery

Feathered Winds Winery

Frenchman's Gulch

Fujishin Family Cellars

HAT Ranch Winery

Hells Canyon Winery

Holesinsky Vineyard and Winery

Huston Vineyards

Indian Creek Winery (ID)

Koenig Distillery and Winery

Lindsay Creek Vineyards

Mouvance Winery

Parma Ridge Vineyards

Pend D'Oreille Winery

Periple Wines

Potter Wines

Sawtooth Winery

Scoria Vineyards and Winery

Sheppard Fruit Wines

Small House Winery

Snake River Winery

Snyder Winery

Split Rail Winery

Ste. Chapelle Winery

Sweetbriar Vineyard & Winery

Syringa and Split Rail Tasting Room

Syringa Winery

Telaya Wines

Terra Nativa Vineyards

Thousand Springs Winery

Vale Wine Co.

Vine 46

Vizcaya Winery

Williamson Orchards & Vineyard


...and MANY more!

About the Area

Idaho, with its Snake River Appellation, is on the verge of joining Oregon and Washington as a premier northwestern grape growing state. Although vineyards were first planted in Idaho in the late 1800s, post-prohibition wine-making did not return to Idaho until the 1970s. The vast majority of Idaho’s wineries and vineyards are located in the Snake River Valley near Nampa and Boise at altitudes between 2000 and 3400 feet.

Tours typically last from 30 to 60 minutes per tour and they are well worth your time to check out the different ones. Each one has their own flavors, beauty, and charm to experience.

What is even more awesome is that most wineries offer free samples of their wines when you go through a tour as well. Some do more formal tasting events as well. The tours are extremely interesting and fun to do too. They aren't just there to sample the wine that you're looking forward to but are actually very informative and you get to meet a lot of like-minded people usually that are also doing the tour. It's always nice to a fellow wine lover! - Be sure to call ahead if you are planning on doing a tour at one of the wineries or vineyards though to check on availability since many of them get very busy during season.

Do you own or manage a Winery that's not on our list? If so, be sure to add yourself to our list of distilleries!

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