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Vine to Wine

June is Wine Month

Savor Idaho is Idaho’s premier wine event and takes place on Sunday, June 9th, 2024 at the beautiful Idaho Botanical Garden. Savor Idaho features over 30 Idaho wineries and cideries in one place and gives consumers a taste of our welcoming and approachable wine community.

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Idaho Wine

Idaho’s moderate climate and rich soil creates grapes with exceptional sweetness and just the right acidity for wine production that results in award-winning vintages. The warm days, cool nights, and welcoming community have drawn passionate and talented winemakers from all over to plant roots here. They create delicious and unique wines with great character to pair with everyday meals and special celebrations alike. Cheers!

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Did you know?

The Idaho wine industry has been around since the 1860s when the first wine grapes were planted in Lewiston, Idaho. The wine community has grown steadily over the years with remarkable growth in the past 15 years. Idaho is now home to 65 wineries with over 1,300 acres of grapes planted.

More Wine & Grape growing facts

Idaho produces Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese and Tempranillo, as well as other grape varieties

Idaho’s wine industry contributed over $314 million to the state’s economy in 2022

Idaho growers harvested 3100 tons of grapes in 2022

The first vines in the Sunnyslope Wine Trail area of the Snake River AVA were white varietals planted in the 1970s

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Idaho Wine Trail

Make a day out of it! We have created the perfect Idaho Vine to Wine trail here for you to explore.

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Idaho wine commision

Known for its breathtaking wilderness and, perhaps more famously for potatoes, Idaho is also home to a fast-growing wine industry and fantastic wines. Nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Snake River, Idaho Wine Regions nurture the grapes with a moderate climate, limited precipitation, and a consistent growing season that adds complexity to the grapes.

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By: Dawn Larzelier

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