No Matter the Season, the Sunnyslope Wine Trail “Wows” Visitors
Food and Travel Magazine|Fall 2020
Come savor the agricultural heritage of Caldwell, Idaho

All things considered, Caldwell could very well be one of the safest and most enjoyable places to visit. After all, the vast majority of attractions are outside, which makes social distancing quite easy. Widely known for its Sunnyslope Wine Trail, many of the wineries have adjusted to limit capacity and currently require tasting room reservations, resulting in patio seats and conversations with the vintners themselves.

When you think about wine from the Pacific Northwest, Oregon and Washington come to mind. However, Idaho was the first state to plant grapes in this region in 1865 and has been a burgeoning wine region since prohibition ended. The Sunnyslope is an ideal place for growing wine grapes because of its high desert climate and sandy soil which gives vintners an enormous degree of control over how much water the plants receive, helping craft the sweetness of the wine before the fruit is even harvested.

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