Idaho Wine Regions
High-Desert Wine Heaven
Wineries in this region are just a short drive outside of Boise, making it an easy day trip for travelers and guests from around the state. Grapes from this region have it good. They benefit from the area’s diurnal shift, a.k.a. hot summer days and cold nights, to create the perfect balance of natural sugars and acids. There are also two cideries in the area for those who want to explore something deliciously different. Looking to make some more memories? Check out some of the area’s unique regional attractions, like the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, the Snake River Canyon Rim Trail, Shoshone Falls (known as the Niagara of the West), and Craters of the Moon National Monument.
For more trip-planning inspiration, check out our friends at Visit South Idaho.
6 Wineries in Idaho’s South Central Region
Holesinsky Winery and Vineyard
Y Knot Winery
Cedar Draw Cider
Cold Springs Winery
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2023 Idaho Winery Tour Brochure
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