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Idaho Wine Commission adds passport program

In a new change for this year, the Idaho Wine Commission will be offering a free-to-participate passport program that will offer visitors of local wineries and cideries a variety of benefits including complimentary and paid tastings, limited sales, as well as access to events that will be hosted throughout the month. A total of 30 ...
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Podcast #440 – Will Wetmore, The Veer Wine Project, Idaho

As most of you know many ventures have their beginning while a winemaker is employed by an understanding vintner. From there a brand new effort is born! Will Wetmore has taken that opportunity to build his own brand called the Veer Wine Project. This is our second venture into Idaho wine country and it’s been a total pleasure and hopefully, travel to this region is just around the corner. Watch for more podcasts from Idaho winemakers in the next few weeks.w.
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June is Idaho Wine and Cider Month – Let’s Celebrate

June is certainly a time to celebrate in Idaho. We are just getting into super consistent warm sunny days, things are green and in bloom and well... drinking. Idaho is home to some incredible wineries and breweries boasting some fantastic Ciders. We are a week in to the gem state's Wine and Cider Month. If you have already been celebrating since June 1, well done, if not, lets catch up...
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June is Idaho wine and cider month

This June marks the 12th annual Idaho Wine & Cider Month. To celebrate, wineries and cideries across the state will be hosting special events and offering promotions throughout the month, the Idaho Wine Commission announced in a press release . June is the perfect time to get out and discover...
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This Free “Boozy” Passport is an Idaho Must-Do in June

A recent announcement from our Governor Brad Little, could be no more true! Sure, everyone has heard of Idaho Potatoes--but what about the fine wines and ciders that are crafted right here in the Gem State? Thank you, Governor Little for pointing out what I have been saying for a long time: Idaho is home to some of the best wines and ciders! If you can believe it, there's an entire month dedicated to Idaho Wine and Cider and it just happens to be THIS month, JUNE!
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"The Idaho Traveler" By Alan Minskoff

This is an encore presentation - this episode first aired in March 2020. The Idaho Traveler explores the often ignored treasures of small-town Idaho, from historic buildings and sites to the mom-and-pop restaurants that offer the best pie and breakfast in the Gem State. Interviews with long-time residents and newcomers alike illustrate this paean to Idaho and capture the essence of what defines Idaho's unique character.
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New Idaho Wineries You Have to Visit This Summer

Idaho is serving some seriously great grapes. Did you know the great state of Idaho has some of the best grape-growing conditions in the world, matching the soil conditions and latitude of some of Europe's most famous wine regions? It's true (and you can check exactly which regions correlate on this interactive latitude map), and with Idaho opening back up to post-pandemic wine enthusiasts we thought it would be generous of us to highlight some of the state's newest wineries. Yes, you can visit them all, and yes, it's worth booking a trip to Idaho for a long weekend of wine and adventure.
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It’s National Wine Day These are Best Idaho Wines

Today is National wine day and while Boise is know for its craft breweries, the city and region are also blessed with weather similar to the French wine region. As a result there are some great wines produced in Boise and the Treasure Valley to celebrate the occasion depending on which wine drinker you are. Do you fall into the sophisticated wine connoisseur category who would describe wine like Hemingway.
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Sip Your Way into Summer with Idaho Wines

May 25, 2021 – After a year of distancing, life is starting to open up again—and it couldn't come at a better time. Spring, the season of rebirth, has arrived and summer, with all its warmth and long days filled with never-ending sunshine, will be here very soon. For wine lovers, adventurers, and others, there's no better time to get out and explore Idaho wine country than now. Here are several ways to have some fun exploring the state and experience Idaho wines this summer.
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