Tasting Room and Art Gallery Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Noon to 5 pm.
HAT Ranch Winery was established in 2011, and has since gone on to win medals in wine competitions and rapidly grow a following for our specialty varietal HAT Ranch wines. We also purchased Vale Wine Company in 2014 and continue to produce quality traditional varietal wines under the Vale label. We hope you come visit our tasting room located on the Sunnyslope Wine Trail and taste our premium wines for yourself. Or you can purchase wine directly online. For a limited time, before December 15, use the code “HRV2015” for free shipping for 6+ bottles. when you purchase wine through our website.
We believe in the special climate and soils (called “terroir”) in the Snake River Valley that makes this place a world-class wine growing region. We selected this location specifically to make wine. That’s Right! The Snake River Valley in Southwestern Idaho is a world-class wine region. It is similar to Washington but has it’s own microclimate distinction, as well as a marvelous wine community.
Read about us in these articles in the news:
Dry Moscato turns into sweet success for Hat Ranch Winery
Tale of two harvests in Idaho vineyards
Great Northwest Wine: Idaho wine industry small but mighty
Caldwell wine nabs best in show award
Hat Ranch wins 2015 Idaho Wine Competition
Caldwell-area winery wins sixth annual Idaho Wine Competition
Great Northwest Wine Review of Hat Ranch Winery 2014 Hat Trick White
Great Northwest Wine Review of Hat Ranch Winery 2014 Dry Moscato
Terroirist Wine Reviews: Exploring Idaho Wine
Lauded Latitudes: New World viticulturists benefit from outstanding terroirs
Idaho Wines: The 2015 Update
How about a Tempranillo to go with those Idaho spuds?
Great Northwest Wine Review of Hat Ranch Winery 2011 Malbec
Hat Ranch Winery: One of the newest players in the Idaho wine industry
Watch this short video to see how we make our wine (in less than a minute!).
Our art gallery is currently showcasing collections of works by local artists Linda Varnes and photography by Destiny Sellers, Patricia Hammill and Pete Grady. Glass charms are handmade by Michelle Bigelow. Specialty crafts are made by local artisans.
We work with local artists to display their work and all of our gallery art is for sale.