Lesser-Known Wineries in the Pacific Northwest

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Take a real break this spring and get out to explore wineries in the Pacific Northwest. It's the perfect activity for a couple, a ladies' group, or an outing for adult family members to gather, be outside and enjoy locally made wines.

Whether you're traveling to the PNW or already a resident, you can find new wineries to explore in your backyard or make a day trip out of it.

PNW Wine Country

The pacific northwest is well-known for wine country across Oregon and Washington. Vineyards and wineries in these states have grown to reach international recognition and sustain America's presence in the wine world.

Walla Walla, Washington is one of the best-known wine regions in the state. With rich agriculture and the right soil for viticulture, Walla Walla is worth a visit.

In Oregon, you've probably heard of the Willamette Valley, where you can explore high-end wineries like Domaine Serene or casual spots like Vista Hills Vineyards.

There's more to PNW wine country when you add in Idaho—lesser-known wine country but just as lovely with high-quality wines.

Next, we share some wineries in Idaho where you can enjoy the Gem State and explore unique vintage wines in a beautiful area but with fewer crowds. And, you'll love the welcoming Idaho feel in this part of wine country.

The Lesser-Known: Idaho Wine Country

Idaho wine country has been up and coming for a while now, but today it's easier to explore this special part of Idaho than ever. When touring wineries near Boise, Idaho, it's simple to plan the transportation and event when you work with Caldwell Transportation to schedule a charter bus. Make it easy on yourself and take some time to slow down and enjoy.

Idaho wine country is mostly based in the Snake River Valley—a lush area in southwestern Idaho officially recognized as an American Viticulture Area or AVA.

In Boise's backyard are some of our favorite wineries. These spots are close to Boise but far enough for a short getaway.

You'll want to visit:

Check out these wineries and more and then book your bus to make a day of it!

Idaho Winery Tour

The best way to tour Idaho wineries is to take the charter bus and let the professionals drive you. Caldwell Transportation makes it easy to arrange the bus and enjoy your trip. Reach out today to book your bus!