How do you make Jalapeño Wine?
Grapes and Jalapeños
*more scientific answer : we actually ferment the jalapeños with the grapes. It’s not just flavoring, this is LEGIT….and we won’t quit.
What made you think to put jalapeños in wine?
Von had a bad dream.
*more specifically : we wanted to bring something interesting to the wine interesting, and make wine FUN. (and spicy)
Can I book an event?
Here’s the Deets:
Up to 60 people.
Rates vary depending on the day.
We also have frequent public events like Paint ’N Sip and Salsa. Give us a call 208.793.1773
More info and a list of upcoming events are on our Tasting Room Events Page.
Where can I find your wines?
Farmer’s Markets, Both Treasure Valley Co-op’s, Glenwood Fred Meyer, Meridian Albertsons
Do you make the same wine’s year after year?
But there will be varietals that have a limited availably like The Ambassador or The Swanky Devil.
Our “Core Varietals” Will always stay the same with some experimentation along the way.
What do you do with Jalapeño Wine?
Our Jalapeño Wines, the original and the Chipotle, make zesty cocktails that are sure to impress. But where these wines really shine is the kitchen. Sautee, braise, simmer…check out our recipe page for more ideas.
*Feel free to chug the Jalapeno Lemonade.
How long have you been here?
Our Garden City Tasting Room opened November 2018, but Potter Wines was established back in 2012. Even before that, we were making wine as a hobby since 2007.
Where do you make the wine?
Right in the back. Come by our Garden City Tasting Room and we’d be happy to show you our production area.
Where is your Tasting Room?
We are on Chinden BLVD in Garden City, ID, near the Fairgrounds and the Boise River.
Where can I find you outside of your Tasting Room?
We participate in local farmer’s markets and events. Check out Events page for more details.
Do you ship around the country?
We are currently shipping to the follwoing states: Montana, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.