Month: April 2019

2019 April 26 Idaho Wine Industry

Napa Valley Register - Idaho wines -- and Idaho winemakers

A historical marker atop a levee in Lewiston, Idaho, commemorates where Meriwether Lewis and William Clark camped Oct. 10, 1805, as part of their grand survey of the recently purchased Louisiana Territory — stretching from St. Louis to the Pacific. Here, the Clearwater River confluences with the Snake, which, as its name suggests, meanders in a sinuous fashion westward to the Columbia in Washington’s Tri-Cities on its inexorable path to Portland and the great ocean beyond.

2019 April 24 Idaho Wine Industry

FORBES - Eight Cool And Unique Wines To Try Now

There has never been a better time to be a wine lover than now. Indeed, every year is better than the year before for wine lovers largely because restaurants, retail stores, and wine clubs have together created amazing access to wines from across the globe. If you are in the market for something new to try in 2019, below you’ll find wines that merit a second look–from the vineyards of Colorado to entirely female winemaking operations. All are available online, some are sold in retail stores.

2019 April 20 Wine

Wine Holidays? Who Knew?

Idaho celebrates its wine Industry every June. The Governor has even proclaimed June as “Idaho Wine Month” and state wide great things are happening.