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Ste. Chapelle Winery, Caldwell

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  • Set on a hillside with stunning valley view, this winery is a treasure! There was no tour per se but Lindsay, our tasting server, was knowledge, sweet, attentive and completely charming!! (Thank you, ...  more »
  • This winery has been around a long time. Their wines have improved over the years and the location is well maintained  more »
  • Beautiful setting overlooking vineyards & the countryside of Nampa in Snake River area. Wines are superb for their price point. Perfect venue for wedding. The staff is grounded & knowledgeable-they we...  more »
  • What an amazing place! Great wine. Food and what a beautiful place! Will be going there again in August when I visit. Highly recommend!
  • Just recently I moved back to Boise and did a little wine tasting tour on a Sunday afternoon. Even though I had not been impressed with Ste Chapelle wines in the past I decided to stop by anyways to find out what had changed since my last visit a few years back. When I entered the tasting room I noticed it had been completely renovated, nice! And now has a nice, slick zodiac tasting bar. Even better than the tasting room itself were the wines I tasted, mostly their premium whites and reds. The quality level of these wines were nothing what I had been used to from the past. Tremendous improvement. Great wines. I learned that there is a new wine maker. It sure shows! Keep up the good work. Also the wine samples were better than in other winery I went to that day. At the other wineries they 'spit in your glass twice' and call it a sample... lol. At Ste Chapelle you actually can see your wine sample with the naked eye. Also, before I forget, they added a nice deck outside, which will be great in the summer. A large awning and misters would be great to add in the near future as the deck will transform into a barbecue in the summer. Or, install a trellis and let wine do the shade on the long run. Sunday events with music are overpriced. in the old days they were for free. Either make entry free and leave the wine overpriced or leave the entry charge and reduce the price of wine. Looks like greed is is commonplace now everywhere.
  • A couple weeks ago I went with a party to the winery. Our reservation was misplaced and there was no place for us to be on the patio but Sue was extremely helpful, she totally saved/improved the experience! She found a place for us and was completely responsible for our opportunity to have a great time! Thank you Sue
  • Very good wine but when doing the tasting I was asked if I had already done my last wine by one of the staff that was helping another group. Very rude. Wonderful wine and great atmosphere otherwise.
  • Be advised that their "case club" membership is 30% more expensive than purchasing the same product at the grocery store (they mislead, and carefully conceal the fact that they are comparing 750 ml bottles to 1.5 ltrs, even when asked); it seems their only concern is getting a person signed up for a screwing today; a credit card on file with your new membership; and a commitment to another screwing in six months. Anyways, same crooked tactics and plain old deception that most of us are used to these days, with absolute disregard for the inconvenience perpetrated upon the prospective customers who (us anyways) certainly will not be back for more. To me, this sort of devious, manipulative conduct is extremely offensive. A lack of integrity should not be imposed on others as a game of "catch me if you can."