SCORIA
 
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Tasting Room


ADDRESS
 
12639 Walker Lake Rd.
Caldwell, ID 83607


HOURS
Friday-Sunday 12-5pm
April-November


TELEPHONE
208 550 2472

GROUP RESERVATIONS

For parties of 10 or more, a reservation is required. A $5 non-refundable tasting fee per person will apply.
Please fill out the form below to schedule a time for your group.
No outside alcohol is allowed on the premises.

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Press

IDAHO STATESMAN
GREAT NORTHWEST WINE

“The entire site is 250 acres, with 200 of it perfect for red wine grapes,” Nederend said. “I’d like to reach about 100 acres by 2022. We do have other property that definitely would be suitable for some whites, but there’s a larger demand for high-quality reds right now.”

SCORIA VINEYARDS HARVESTS FOR THE FIRST TIME

“Sometimes it’s hard for a new vineyard to figure out what the cost load is and how to farm it properly so you get the proper numbers, but it looks like they got it right the first time.”

Meet the women pioneering wine’s new (and unexpected) frontier

“When we started planting, the area was all sagebrush and cactus … now it’s vines.”

SCORIA VINEYARDS READY TO ROCK IDAHO WINE INDUSTRY
 

"The home for her planned 100 acres of vineyard ranks among the state’s sweetest sites."

HARSH WINTER TAKES HEAVY TOLL ON TREASURE VALLEY VINES

"Site selection appears to have spared Scoria from total disaster."

ALASKA AIRLINES MAGAZINE

"Scoria - one of Idaho's many new up- and - coming wineries"

2013 SYRAH BLEND

"When a respected farming family chooses to enter the Idaho wine industry, it is significant news."

2013 MOURVEDRE

"Sydney Nederend, a recent entrant to the Sunnyslope Wine District, contracts with award-winning winemkaer Earl Sullivan of Telaya Wine Co., for her wines from Rhône varieties off historic Sawtooth Vineyard."

 
 
 
 
 
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THE TERROIR INCLUDES STEEP-SIDED VOLCANIC CRATERS AND VENTS COVERED IN THIN SOILS OF WINDBLOWN SAND AND LOESS, WHICH ARE PEPPERED WITH DARK, VOLCANIC SCORIA ROCK - FROM WHICH THE WINERY TAKES ITS NAME.
— Alaska Airlines Magazine