IN IDAHO IT’S ALL ABOUT THE
Come As You Are
At Idaho wineries there is something for everyone.
When you picture Idaho’s Panhandle, what recreation comes to mind; a hike in the mountains or fishing in a crystal clear lake? What about a jet boat tour through Hells Canyon, America’s deepest river gorge? There is another activity creating quite a stir – touring Northern Idaho wine country.
Prepare yourself for a different style of wine tasting. Sip your way through Idaho’s best wine. Sample sweet and savory bites above the lights of downtown Boise while enjoying the musical styles of a local artist.
The Idaho Wine Commission will once again be hosting ‘Sippin’ in the City,’ November 7th at the Linen Building in Boise. The event will feature a selection of Idaho wineries showcasing some of the best that the state has to offer with light appetizers. The consumer tasting will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. and conclude at 8:30 p.m. Nearly 250 guests will be greeted with a commemorative wine glass as they taste and sip their way through Idaho’s finest.
America’s 99th largest city, Boise, Idaho’s manageable size and immersive proximity to nature make it an ideal getaway for those who can’t decide between city and country. Tucked into the foothills of the Boise Mountains and bisected by the Boise River not from Boise High School and the Boise Art Museum, all within twenty minutes (max) of Boise Airport, it only takes an hour or two to realize just how fond Boiseans are of their charming home, but the one thing they may cherish more than the city itself (pronounced BOY-see, not Boy-zee, by the way) is its dog population.