Within a short drive from Granite Lake Premier RV Resort there are six wineries with tasting rooms. Each has its own charm and unique wines. We suggest a drive out to Colter's Creek Wine tasting room in Juliaetta, Idaho. Not only do they have good wine to sample but they have a small plate menu for your dining pleasure.
Here is a list of the wineries in the area and their addresses:
Now, local wineries are winning their own medals for varietals made from local and regional grapes. Taste for yourself and take some home to share with friends and family.
906 Port Drive, Clarkston, WA
Committed to making premium handcrafted wines. Tasting room open Monday through Saturday, 12-5:30PM.
Lindsay Creek Winery
3107 Powers Ave, Lewiston, ID 83501
Local vineyard whose motto is "Taste our commitment". Tasting room open Thursday - Saturday 1:00 - 9:00 and Sunday 1:00 - 5:00. Small plates are also available for purchase.
Clearwater Canyon Cellars
3143 10th Street, Lewiston, ID
Lewiston’s first commercial winery since prohibition! Premium wines from the finest northwest grapes
available, crafted by local artisans. Be a part of the Renaissance!
Colter’s Creek Winery
308 Main Street, Juliaetta, ID
Producing outstanding wines from locally grown grapes.
1300 NE Henley Court, Pullman, WA
Enjoy ultra premium red and white Washington wines from Pullman’s first winery.
Wawawai Canyon Winery
5602 State Route 270, Pullman, WA
Offering a diversity of art exhibits and cultural events. The tasting room & gallery is located on the scenic Pullman-Moscow highway.
Camas Prairie Winery
207 Main St, Bovill, ID 83806
The oldest production winery in Idaho wines since 1983.Wine tasting, tours, wine bar & imported beer. Tasting room open 7 days a week, noon-6 PM
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Nez Perce National Historical Park
39063 US Hwy 95 Lapwai
Nez Perce National Historical Park is a non-traditional national park in that it consists of 38 sites. which together tell the story of the nimí·pu· (Nez Perce). These sites are spread over much of the traditional homeland of the nimí·pu· in present-day Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Staff are located at the visitor center in Spalding, ID, at the Big Hole National Battlefield near Wisdom, Montana, and at the Bear Paw Battlefield near Chinook, Montana.
For thousands of years the valleys, prairies, mountains, and plateaus of the inland northwest have been home to the nimí·pu· (Nez Perce) people. Extremely resilient, they have adapted and survived the settling of the United States. Explore these places. Learn their stories. Explore the various sites that make up Nez Perce National Historical Park on the interactive map below. Visit sites that represent different time eras in nimí·pu· history by clicking on the tabs at the top of the map.