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The Wine Country Next Door: The Fruit Highway

Apr 13th 2012

The Wine Country Next Door: The Fruit Highway

Like many New World wine producing areas, Southwestern Colorado’s terroir was originally planted with fruit, notably the famous Palisade Peach. The region is still known for its fruit, and many wineries also produce varieties made with local fruit nectars. Read More

The Wine Country Next Door: Colorado

Apr 13th 2012

The Wine Country Next Door: Colorado

In 2005 there were about 50 winemakers in Colorado; now there are more than 100 producing wines from grapes primarily grown in the area around Palisade and Grand Junction, known as the Grand Valley. Read More

The Wine Country Next Door: Idaho Food Meets Wine

Apr 13th 2012

The Wine Country Next Door: Idaho Food Meets Wine

Food offers a taste of Idaho in a cool, casual venue focussing on local produce, plus a wine list that includes Idaho vintages like Cinder viognier, Zhoo Zhoo Bridgitte Deep Pink, Coiled syrah and several selections from Fraser Vineyards. Read More

The Wine Country Next Door: Idaho

Apr 13th 2012

The Wine Country Next Door: Idaho

We stereotype places as much as we do people. Los Angeles means movie stars and traffic jams. Texas is cowboys, Florida is oranges, Arizona is the Grand Canyon, Idaho is grapes. No, wait. Idaho is potatoes. Read More


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