Treasure Valley Food and Wine Blog

Food, Craft Beer, Nano Breweries, Wine, Idaho Wineries, Winery Bistros, Restaurants and Events, Boise Foodies in the Treasure Valley Idaho. Come see what we are up to and the variety of our eating and wine and craft beer experiences. Look where we and our friends like to eat and have a great glass of wine or craft beer. And if you are in Boise, let us know. We'll meet you for a bite to eat and/or a glass of craft beer or wine. What is your favorite cuisine? I bet we can find you a restaurant to satisfy your epicurian urge. Cheers!

About and Contact

This blog is dedicated to articles and posts on the delightful Treasure Valley of Idaho restaurants and cafés that we may visit and the wines of the Snake River AVA and other wines that we like. One can not have a great meal without a great wine. And one should not drink a great wine without a great meal. We may also post articles about some of the wine clubs that we belong to. And since a photograph is worth a thousand words and brevity should be incorporated in this blog, we will use photos that we have taken extensively throughout these articles. Do enjoy this blog. Cheers!

Bob and Robin Young
Boise, ID


5 thoughts on “About and Contact

  1. Hi Bob and Robin, I just found your blog online and I would like to invite the two of you to our first Wine Wednesday at Tucanos Brazilian Grill in Boise. It will be May 6th from 6 to 8pm. You will enjoy our famous Brazilian Churrascaria pared with our partner for May, Ste. Chapelle wineries wines. If you are interested please contact me and I will reserve a seat for you. Thank you again and I am excited to follow you during your future adventures


    • Thank-You Irene. We may have a conflict with that date as we are expected in 1000 Springs Winery for a dinner around that time. I will let you know ASAP as this sounds like fun. What is the cost? Thanks – Bob and Robin


  2. I live in Cottonwood. Where can I buy an apple brandy and a sherry dry white wine locally?


  3. I live in Cottonwood. Where can I buy an apple brandy wine and a sherry dry white wine locally?


    • Hi Don, I think I would try a State Store and trying to stay away from grocery stores as their sherrys are salty. Try Liquor Store-State, 1101 Bryden Ave · (208) 799-5028, Idaho State Liquor Dispensary, 235 Main St · (208) 476-3128 or maybe as a last resort Safeway, Eastside Marketplace, 1320 S. Blaine St. · (208) 883-0713 Open until 12:00 AM. Good luck!!


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