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Here are some camping hacks for the next time you find yourself with a cooler of melted ice and a beer that needs chilling: Wrap your can in a cold wet t-shirt and prop it up in a breezy area. Or dunk it deep in a nearby river or stream. Or BYB: bury your beer in the shade, tucked all cozy-like in the cool dirt.
Idaho News 6 – Trying to decide between a camping trip or a visit to Idaho wine country? Now you can do both.
CANYON COUNTY, Idaho — For a lot of Idahoans, summer is all about spending time outside and if you’re trying to decide between a family camping trip or a visit to Idaho wine country, now you don’t have to pick just one.
For many Idahoans, summer is all about spending time outside, and if you’re trying to decide between a family camping trip or a visit to Idaho wine country, now you don’t have to pick just one.
Talk to Molly Leadbetter and she’ll be hard-pressed to pick her favorite cider. They’re all the apple of her eye.
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.
In each issue, senior editor Anthony
Dias Blue selects a wide range of the
best wines and spirits from among
the more than 500 he samples over
the course of a month. The reviews
are subjective editorial evaluations,
made without regard to advertising,
and products are scored on a
Idaho, in the US northwest, is a wine state starting to see the fruits of its labour, says Stacy Slinkard. She finds much to like in the myriad grape varieties and laid-back vibe of the tasting rooms, and recommends five top buys under $35.
IDAHO — June is Idaho Wine and Cider Month and this year is the 12th year for the celebration. Wineries and Cideries across the state are participating this year and it’s a perfect time to explore new wines or ciders made in the Gem State.
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.