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Idaho may not be the first state that springs to mind for vino fans. But with modern winemaking dating back to the 19th century long before powerhouses like Washington and Oregon, Idaho is rapidly emerging from its neighbors’ shadows as a rising western region to watch. Though prohibition nearly eradicated the state’s early industry, it wasn’t long before pioneering producers reopened their doors and vineyards in the 1970s, paving the way for a reinvigorated proliferation of wineries over the last 20 years.
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The website includes an interactive map and a dedicated page for each wine region with details about the region, the region’s most popular wine varietals and a list of wineries in the region.
The Idaho Wine Commission, which promotes the state’s $210 million wine industry, has launched a new website at www.idahowines.org that includes an interactive map of Idaho’ six distinct wine regions.
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Planning to take a wine-centric trip? Or would you like to embark on a few wine tastings while getting away?
Either way, the Idaho Wine Commission’s newly unveiled website should be able to help wine lovers get the most cabernet for their cash.