about IDAHO WINE TOURS
What is Idaho Wine Tours Experience?
Idaho Wine Tours is focuses on several key customer service elements:
We operate a bus that only seats 10 people. Through numerous conversations with potential customers and winery and vineyard owners, we have learned that this is the optimal number for a group wine tasting experience.
What Wineries and Vineyards Can I Visit?
(In no particular order)
Hat Ranch / Vale Winery
Koenig Distillery and Vineyards
Ste. Chapelle Winery
Fujishin Family Cellars
Hells Canyon / Zhoo Zhoo
Williamson Orchard and Vineyards
Parma Ridge Winery (Excellent Food Option Here)
Split Rail Winery
Can I smoke, vape, e-cig on the bus?
No, I am a runner and my lungs can't take it. Please smoke off and slightly away from the bus. Thanks!!
I Want to Rent the Entire Bus for a Custom Wine Tour Experience, What are My Options?
Email me, we can try to figure something out.
Can the Locations that We Visit Change?
Yes, they can. Due to unforeseen circumstances, last minute changes may need to be made. If this is the case, chances are you will still not be disappointed. Our local wineries and vineyards are making some pretty great wine.
What is the Rule About Open Containers?
Please do not bring open containers of alcohol onto the bus. Our insurance can't take it.
I Had the Best Time of My Life, How Do I Tell People?
Visit our Facebook page here and write an amazingly positive review, then invite your friends to like the page. Also, we would suggest you even post pictures.
Is Speed Tasting a Crime?
Punishable by law, no. Idaho Wine Tours will try to provide sufficient time at each location so that you can appreciate your tasting, and get to learn about the people who surround you. So, if you finish in the first five minutes and end up spending the rest of your time standing around. That is a YP (Your Problem), tap the "brakes" and savor the experience that you paid for.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is included with my tour?
Bottle of Water
Opportunity to Purchase an Awesome Thank You Gift
How Do I Make a Reservation?
Super easy, click here!
Okay, I Made a Reservation...Now What?
The pick-up/drop-off location will be determined the week of the tour. Idaho Wine Tours will try to find a location that is central for all the customers for that tour. Meet there 15 minutes before your departure time. We will conduct a quick check-in and then sit back and enjoy your experience.
How Long Does the Tour Last?
Most tours pick-up at 11:15 and drop-off at 5:30. While on the tour, plan on about 1 hour at each location. The drive time has been factored into the departure time.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Idaho Wine Tours requires 72 hours or more of notice. You will be refunded the full amount. There are no refunds less than 72 hours prior to your departure time.
Still want to cancel? Email Us
I want to do this today, can I walk up?
Maybe, if their are seats available. Walkups will be handled on a first-come basis. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and AMEX and correct amount in cash money. Sorry, no checks.
Can I Drink On the Bus?
Anything non-alcoholic is fine with me. Water would be best though, I would like to keep the bus clean.
How Many People Fit On the Bus?
Are You Going To Card Me?
I might, just depends how well I want to know you.
Can I Be Kicked Off the Bus?
Sure can, if you become too belligerent, first you will be warned that your behavior is not acceptable. Second, I will ask you to call a cab/Uber (at your expense!) and you will not be permitted back on the bus...we will take it from there.
What if the Weather Prevents the Tour From Happening?
Given that we live in Idaho, there is a possibility that we could be prevented from getting in and out of the Sunnyslope Wine Region. If that is the case, you will be notified and a full refund will be made.