Take a taste of Idaho home with you on Alaska Airlines
With over 70 wineries, three American Viticultural Areas, and over 1,300 acres of vineyards rooted in fertile volcanic soils, you’re sure to return home with an award-winning, hand-picked bottle of Idaho’s finest.
Now when you visit any Idaho winery, you and your new traveling companions can get home easier and for less on Alaska Airlines. As a Mileage Plan™ member, you’ll be able to check a case of Idaho wines at no additional cost.
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Plus … Free Tastings at Participating Idaho Wineries
Enjoy a complimentary tasting* when you visit any of the participating tasting rooms listed below by showing your Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan membership and in-bound an Alaska Airlines boarding pass (paper or digital) with an Idaho airport arrival. Create your own custom case of wine or take home one from any winery and check it for free on your returning domestic Alaska Airlines flight.
*Excludes holiday weekends and winery special events.
At participating wineries who normally charge a tasting fee, passengers can enjoy a free tasting by presenting their current (within 10 days of arrival) in-bound Alaska Airlines boarding pass and proof of membership in the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. One waived tasting fee is available per boarding pass per winery. Holiday weekends and special events are excluded.
3100 Cellars, Bitner Vineyards, Clearwater Canyon Cellars, Coiled, Cold Springs Winery, Colter’s Creek, Fujishin Family Cellars, HAT Ranch Winery, Hells Canyon/Zhoo Zhoo, Huston Vineyards, Indian Creek Winery, Jovinea Cellars, Kerry Hill Winery, Kindred Vineyards and Winery, Koenig Vineyards, Potter Wines, Rivaura, SCORIA, Split Rail Winery, Telaya Wine Co, Two Bad Lab Vineyard, Veer Wine Project, Williamson Orchards and Vineyards
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan members may check a case of wine for free on Alaska Airlines flights departing from Idaho, Washington, Oregon or California to their final destination in the United States.
The wine must be safely packaged for transport in a protective shipping container (wine shipping box/they are cardboard or styrofoam). The TSA asks containers not be sealed, but remain open for inspection. Shipping boxes are available at many of the wineries, wine shops and shipping providers such as U-Haul. They may vary in price.
Please note it is the responsibility of the Alaska Airlines passenger to be sure the wine is properly packaged for checking as luggage. Advise the Alaska Airlines Customer Service Agent when you check in so the box can be properly labeled with FRAGILE stickers. Items packaged in cardboard boxes are covered in case of loss, but are checked at your
own risk for damage. View Alaska Airlines’ Checked Baggage Policies for more details.
Each Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan member aged 21 and over with an outbound ticket will be allowed one (1) case of up to 12 bottles to be checked free of charge. Passengers with additional cases will be charged the regular baggage fee.
The free case can be checked from a Wines Fly Free airport to any final destination in the U.S. even when connecting to another airline. If baggage is retrieved and rechecked at any stopover point, standard baggage fees will apply.