There are over 3100 whitewater miles in Idaho, and 3100 Cellars wouldn't be making wine anywhere else. 3100 Cellars is Idaho's first sparkling winery, focusing on old world methods.
Camas Prairie Winery
North Idaho's oldest winery, established in 1983. In the winter of 2015-2016 they moved the winery out to Bovill, a quaint little logging community in the foothills of the Bitteroot mountains. A small boutique winery producing about 2000 cases a year of all varieties of wines, but a clear focus on Meads.
Named after the volcanic cinder that is beneath many of the vineyards they work with, Cinder Wines has been hailed as one of the “West’s Best urban wineries” by Sunset Magazine.
Clearwater Canyon Cellars
Education paved the path to success for Clearwater Canyon Cellars. Coco, the winemaker, capped her formal education with a doctorate degree studying wine microbiology. Karl, the vineyard manager, studied soil science as it relates to agriculture and soil nutrition. They work together each day toward the goal of producing ultra-premium wines from the Lewis-Clark Valley and select vineyards within the greater Northwest.
Family-owned and operated since 2007, they grow, produce and bottle each of their estate wines in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Nestled along the Potlatch and Clearwater Rivers, their vines are carefully maintained to produce outstanding fruit.
Established by the Robinson family in 1981 they are Idaho's first solar powered winery.
Holesinsky Vineyard + Winery was the first of a growing trend in Idaho’s vineyards and wineries. It started with a dream and was brought to fruition by winemaker, James Holesinsky, to honor his father, Frank’s, lifelong dream.
Home of both Huston Vineyards and Chicken Dinner wines, they are the gateway winery to the Sunnyslope Wine Trail.
Established in 1982, they are a 2nd generation-run farm winery on the outskirts of Boise.
Their story begins as humble 4th generation wheat farmers in the Lewis-Clark Valley. Both Art and Doug (the founders) have nearly twenty years combined experience in viticulture and enology and each have been certified by WSU.
Their motto "Taste our commitment" is a token of the many hours they've put into each bottle produced to make certain to achieve the highest quality wines, all while reducing their biological footprint.
Founded in 1987 in Idaho’s Snake River Valley, the estate vineyards surrounding Sawtooth Winery were once rich pastures owned by Charles Pintler. The Pintlers saw a greater potential in the steep, south sloping hills, and set out to grow wine grapes.
The unique cobbled soil of the vineyard allows them to grow a diverse range of grape varietals. This combined with the elevation and consistent hot, dry summers give the vineyard the climate of old-world wine growing regions such as the Rhone Valley, the Douro Valley, Austria, and Northern Italy.
Their ever expanding plantings currently boasts nearly 20 unique varietals.
Spiral Rock is a new vineyard, winery and event venue located about halfway up the Old Spiral Highway overlooking the Lewis-Clark Valley. Their premium wines are made only from the grapes grown in their vineyard.
In 1975, Ste. Chapelle brought new luster to Idaho winemaking, with a commitment to fine winemaking using grapes planted among the sweeping orchards of southwestern Idaho in the Snake River Valley AVA. It has grown to become the largest winery in Idaho and a hometown favorite!
Two Bad Labs
Two Bad Labs Vineyard is a boutique winery and vineyard located in the historic Lewis-Clark Valley of Idaho.
Located in Lewiston, Idaho, Vine 46 is a boutique winery featuring an eclectic variety of red wines and small sampling of white wines.