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  • Koenig brothers are planting a new vineyard with Idaho grapes

    It's one of three new vineyards in the Sunnyslope area that will provide grapes to help satisfy the demand for Idaho wines. Greg and Andy Koenig are managing the J Victor Vineyard, and Greg Koenig, owner of Koening Vineyards, will get to work with the vineyards' fruit.

It's one of three new vineyards in the Sunnyslope area that will provide grapes to help satisfy the demand for Idaho wines. Greg and Andy Koenig are managing the J Victor Vineyard, and Greg Koenig, owner of Koening Vineyards, will get to work with the vineyards' fruit. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
It's one of three new vineyards in the Sunnyslope area that will provide grapes to help satisfy the demand for Idaho wines. Greg and Andy Koenig are managing the J Victor Vineyard, and Greg Koenig, owner of Koening Vineyards, will get to work with the vineyards' fruit. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

Idaho wine industry welcomes new Sunnyslope vineyards

February 25, 2016 10:53 PM