New winery tasting room set for 10th & Main in Boise

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Another Idaho winemaker will dive into Downtown Boise.

Scoria Vineyards plans to open up in the newly-revamped Kount Building at 10th & Main. The vintner has a tasting room in Caldwell it operates during the summer and will have a new spot in Boise soon at 111 S. 8th St.

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Scoria plans to bring its products to the Downtown Boise core this September, according to a post on Instagram. It will join a bunch of local merchants, including Good Burger, Bodega Boise, Neckar Coffee and Ā Café on the corner.

Scoria was founded in 2016 by Sydney Nederend, who started planting grapes on her family’s farm in the Snake River Valley and looks to have more than 100 acres by 2022 according to Great Northwest Wine.

Scoria will join Coiled Wines and Meriwether Cider in Downtown’s expanding tasting room space.

Kount officially completed its project and moved into the building earlier this month.

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