There’s a tradition in Idaho to visit wineries in November, nibble on snacks and get a taste of wine aging in barrels. It’s kind of a sneak sip of recent vintages that may prompt you to reserve some bottles or a case when it is released.
There’s a tradition in Idaho to visit wineries in November, nibble on snacks and get a taste of wine aging in barrels. It’s kind of a sneak sip of recent vintages that may prompt you to reserve some bottles or a case when it is released. Idaho Statesman file
There’s a tradition in Idaho to visit wineries in November, nibble on snacks and get a taste of wine aging in barrels. It’s kind of a sneak sip of recent vintages that may prompt you to reserve some bottles or a case when it is released. Idaho Statesman file

Sip wine ‘futures’ and snack through November at Idaho vineyards

November 03, 2016 04:54 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2016 06:27 PM

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