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We’ve re-arranged our tasting experience over the past year, so visiting us might look a little different than tasting with us previously! Our tastings are now seated and focused on small groups only. We hope you will enjoy the more relaxed, in-depth tasting experience that a seated tasting can provide.

We are happy to take walk-in groups when space allows, but our tables fill up quickly, so we encourage guests to make a reservation. We specialize in small group tastings and can only provide tastings to groups with 6 or fewer people at this time (this number includes children, designated drivers, and other non-drinking members of the party.)

If you bring children to our tasting room, we ask that they be seated and within arm’s reach of their guardian at all times. Pets are welcome and must be leashed and within arm’s reach of their owner at all times.

Making a reservation is easy with our new Reservation system, and there is no cost for a tasting at this time. Please make your reservation ahead of time so you won’t have to wait for a space to come available.
*Please note that our last reservation for the day is at 5pm since we close at 6pm. Any walk-in tastings will be considered on a day-to-day basis and we may ask that you return at another time or day.
Tasting Menu

Reservations

Current Releases

Thank you for your understanding and patience as we try to deliver the best customer service in these every changing times. We look forward to seeing you in Wine Country!


*Tour companies, busses, limos and large organizations, please contact us by email or phone as our policies have changed. Please contact Anne at amorrison@ffcwine.com or call her at 208-779-2466 ext. 702.

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Tasting Room

Located in the heart of Idaho Wine Country, our warm and charming tasting room is located in what is now the historic Robison Fruit Ranch building. The Robison family refer to this building as “The Old Shed”.

Built in 1943, the white slatted sided building with the red tin roof was used for a variety of things, from packing fruit to ship all over to a space for Stanley Robison to play billiards. When the Robison’s retired in 2014, the winery was given sole occupancy to give the history of this building another venue under it’s belt.

Keeping the building as original as possible, some renovations have been (and will be) necessary as it ages. However, we try to retain as much of the historical assets that we can including the writing on some of the walls and the ceiling from previous endeavors. Please enjoy your stay as you walk through history in that very building!

 

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