Idaho’s growth in the world of fine wines is booming, making it a must visit wine destination in the United States. Here’s a short guide and things to see, where to stay and sip as well as things to do beyond the vines in the Idaho wine country.
Carpe Travel sits down with Tim Harless of Hat Ranch Winery in Idaho for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
Boise is in the heart of the Snake River Valley AVA, Idaho’s largest wine region. There are several wine districts and wine trails to sip in.
Carpe Travel sits down with Melanie Krause of Cinder Wines to learn and sip in more of Idaho’s wine region.
Carpe Travel sits down with Earl Sullivan with Telaya Wine in Idaho for its series, Interview with a Winemaker.
“Idaho…the new frontier of wine growing?!?!” That’s exactly what I said, after I did a quick Google search to make sure there were in fact wineries in Idaho. I mean, really isn’t Idaho all about meat and potatoes? Apparently not. Or so I learned after spending a few days with the Idaho Wine Commission exploring …