In today’s episode, Shelley and Phil kick off Idaho Wine Month with a bang, tasting through two wines from the Veer Wine Project. Veer Wine Project is a small, family-owned winery located in Boise, Idaho and was founded in 2017 by Will Wetmore, a young winemaker with a passion for making delicious, affordable wines. The winery’s name, Veer, is a Hindi word that means “to dare.” The name reflects Will Wetmore’s willingness to experiment and take risks in his winemaking. Veer Wine Project is known for its use of unusual grape varieties, as well as its innovative winemaking techniques.
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For more information on the Veer Wine Project Rêverie Reisling, please visit For more information on the Veer Wine Project Rêverie Reisling, please visit https://veer.bottlethreesixty.com/wine/revries/2021
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J. Bookwalter Winery: Celebrating their 40th year of producing award-winning wines crafted from the finest Columbia Valley vineyards, J. Bookwalter wines bring excellence and quality to every glass. Visit https://www.bookwalterwines.com for more information or simply call or 509-627-5000.
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Wild fermentation is a type of fermentation that uses naturally occurring bacteria and yeast to ferment food. This is in contrast to traditional fermentation, which uses commercial yeasts and cultures. Wild fermentation is often used to make fermented foods such as sauerkraut, kimchi, and kombucha.
There’s a new gourmet kitchen store in North Idaho and it’s landing in Midtown Coeur d’Alene: CDA Gourmet – Coeur d’Alene’s exciting new kitchen store and your one-stop-shop for all things gourmet and cooking! Look them up on Facebook and Instagram or swing by for their grand opening on June 7 from 10-5;30!
842 N. 4th Street in Coeur d’Alene – 208-551-2364 – #YourKitchenElevated
Mentions: Tod Hornby, Lindsay Creek Vineyards, Hat Ranch Winery, Famici Wine Company, Rivaura, Julius, Gabriel, Colette (Coco), Taylor, Skye, James Suckling, Tim’s Special Cut Meats, The Blazen Divaz.
Check out the Wine is Like Music episode with Tod Hornby by visiting https://winetimefridays.com/episode-109-wine-is-like-music-acoustic-guitar-tasting-with-tod-hornby/
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