Our local dog park is the Snake River Valley AVA, where there is approximately 8,263 square miles of dirt to roll in. That encompasses southwestern Idaho and some of Oregon so there’s plenty of room to roam and dig up gophers (and there are plenty of those). They produce some of your typical purebreds like Chardonnay, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon as well as some fun pups like Albariño, Tempranillo and Petit Verdot.
The Freedom in Roaming
Though we like our local watering bowl, visiting other places allow us to find new interesting smells and tastes. Our wines can be as diverse as the pups you see at the pound; some are purebreds, some are mutts, and many of them came from somewhere else originally. But in the end, they find a home with those that appreciate them for their uniqueness.
At Home in Nature
Wine creation is a natural process that just happens, much like a dog wagging its’ tail. We like to work with Mother Nature, in many ways, to help produce different adaptations of what comes naturally. That being borked, we make a conscience effort to partner with vineyards that work like a dog to be environmentally responsible. We want to do our part to make sure our future puppers can enjoy walks as much as we do.
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