There are 65 wineries making wine with grapes found throughout Idaho.

    With grapes first planted in 1864 in Lewiston, Idaho’s wineries have a rich history. However, it’s only been in the past three decades that Idaho's wine scene has blossomed.

    Now boasting 65 wineries and more than 1,300 acres (526 hectares) of grapes, the number of wineries in Idaho has increased by over 50% in the last 15 years, reflecting a burgeoning industry that is just getting started.

    Let's explore the list of Idaho wineries and their wines.

    Most wineries in Idaho are found in the Southwest. However, going north you’ll also find some gems.  Photo: Sawtooth Winery

    Idaho Winery Facts
    • There are 65 wineries making wine from grapes in Idaho.
    • Idaho’s longest operating winery was established in 1975.
    • Idaho produced 423,500 gallons of wine in 2022 - that’s 258,000 cases and 2,138,675 bottles!


    ♦ Idaho Wine Commission, Industry Resources

    Selected Idaho Wineries

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    14 Wines

    Telaya Wine Co. Verified Organization

    We built Telaya on a foundation of family and hard work. These two principles guide our philosophy in handcrafting Idaho and Washington wines, and our focus on hospitality. Telaya started in 2008, when we produced 50 cases of carefully conceived wine. We’ve grown quite a bit since then. Our facility — which includes a full production space and tasting room — is located right on the Boise Greenbelt, just minutes from downtown and a few feet from the Boise River. Guests can enjoy tasting flights, glasses and bottles of our Washington and Idaho wine while overlooking the scenic river. Join us! We invite you to taste the fruits of our labor: exceptional wines, which pair well with beautiful views and great company.

    Red Blend
    Cabernet Franc-Cabernet Sauvignon Blend
    Cabernet Sauvignon

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