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Explore Southern Idaho’s Wineries With Idaho Wine Tours

Last updated February 24, 2022 by Totally Boise

The Idaho wine industry is growing, much like the rest of the state. Vineyards have been maintained here since early settlement, and have astoundingly over 1,300 acres of grapes planted presently. 

One of the best ways to explore this incredible Idaho history and taste it for yourself is to book an excursion with Idaho Wine Tours!

Your Wingmen to Idaho Wine

The Idaho Wine Tours Buses have been running for over 8 years. As the oldest wine tour in the Treasure Valley, Idaho Wine Tours offers public and private tours to the SunnySlope and Star/Eagle wineries. The tours are fun, safe, scenic, educational, and a wildly good time!

Idaho Wine Tours hopes to show native Idahoans and visiting tourists the epic beauty, history, and quality of our Southern Idaho wineries in a fun, relaxed and casual tour.

Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag
Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag

Tours Given By Idaho Wine Tours

To book your tour, first think about the region you would like to visit. You have a choice between the historical SunnySlope region or the hidden gem Star and Eagle regions. Once you know which region you would like to tour, browse the list below and have four vineyards in mind that you would like to visit. Your tour guide will be in touch with you to either hear your request or make a professional suggestion.

  • Single Seat on Tour for Star & Eagle - $100
  • Single Seat on Tour for SunnySlope - $110

Sunny Slope Tour

  • Huston Vineyards
  • Hat Ranch
  • Koenig Vineyards
  • Ste. Chapelle Winery
  • Sawtooth Winery
  • Hells Canyon / Zhoo Zhoo
  • Williamson Orchard and Vineyards
  • Kindred Vineyards
  • Scoria Vineyards
  • Kerry Hill Winery
  • Famici Wine

Eagle & Star Tour

  • Sol Invictus
  • Dude Dewalt
  • 3 Horse Ranch
Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag
Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag

What to Expect From Your Tour

You will meet your tour bus at a designated pickup area. It is best to arrive 15 minutes before pick-up. During your tour, you will visit four different wineries on the Sunnyslope tour and three wineries on the Star/Eagle tour.

You are welcome to bring your own snacks or lunch to enjoy throughout the tour. It’s a great time to sip your wine a little slower, take in the scenery and visit with your group.

The crew also keeps water on hand, a cooler to keep your food items chilled, and room for your own coolers if you prefer.

Their fleet comprises two different buses. Big fans of Top Gun, buses Goose, and Ice Man reflect the company's casual, fun-loving spirit. Goose can hold 10 passengers, and Ice Man can hold 13. If you have 8 or more people in your group, you can request to have the bus to yourself. If your group is smaller, enjoy this chance to make new friends!

*Fun Fact! These buses aren’t the only family members named after Top Gun characters. Shari’s two dogs are the original namesakes, and can sometimes be found accompanying guests on winery tours.

At its core, Idaho Wine Tours‘ goal is to give wine lovers a casual, relaxed, truly Idaho experience. Stay in touch with them at these links!




Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag
Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag
Idaho Wine Tours | Totally Boise 2022 Spring Mag

Totally Boise Loves a Wine Tour

We agree with Shari at Idaho Wine Tours and try to get out to taste our local Idaho wine as often as we can. You can always see what new wineries we’re trying next at our Instagram and Facebook page. We also love to see what new places you are trying, so tag us at #totallyboise and @totallyboise to share your wine find with our Totally Boise community!

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