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Crossings Winery, Glenns Ferry
(3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I when to Idaho to see about a other winery and i saw the sign if crossing winery on instate 84. the exit was glen ferry small town but the sign directed me to the winery and what nice place and the w...  more »
  • While we were staying at the nearby state park in our motor coach, our son and his wife came from Twin Falls on their Harley to meet us for lunch at the restaurant. They'd been there previously awhile...  more »
  • The Clam chowder is potato soup. The Cesear is a salad with vinegarette dressing.The food is expensive. We sat in the Bar, and it took a very very long time for our appetizers to arrive. The Blue Noir...  more »
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  • This is a very classy, very nice winery. It has a nice, locals bar, and it has a deluxe restaurant, too. And, if you want to just sample some wine and buy a bottle or a case, then there's a place for that, too. I really like the bar. People are really friendly here, and it's a great place for a beer. The grounds are very nice, and it's a fun place to walk around and explore. It's very close to the river, too.
  • We were wandering back to Utah and stumbled into this cute place set at the Oregon trail crossing of the snake river. There are vineyards, the river, and a golf course. We opted for a wine flight and snacks outside. $12 for the wine with 5 two ounce pours. You can drink five 1 ounce pours at the bar for $7 and that is good toward a bottle of wine. The $12 flight isn't good toward a bottle but we like sitting outside. I'm not a wine critic but my gf didn't hate any of the wines. Which I can't say about every winery.
  • Very nice place to sit out on the deck, have dinner and try out some of their wines. Our waitress was friendly and helpful. Food was good and the atmosphere perfectly relaxing after a long day on the road. They even allowed us to have our dog on the deck. Oh, and try the wines! Very good!
  • Very disappointed, will not be going back. We were doing a wine trip over Mothers’ Day weekend stopped here for the Passion Peach Sangria. About two weeks later, the bottles started popping their corks, a mistake usually faced by home brewers not wineries. I sent an email to the Crossings describing what happened and wondering what their thoughts were, I did not get a reply. After a few days, the bottle we had given a friend popped its cork, the called us late at night as they were mopping up the mess in their dining room (Sangria is very sweet and sticky). This prompted me to again try and contact the Crossings, this is the email sent on the 22nd of May… o To Whom It May Concern, Update: I was not planning on contacting you again until Tuesday (if I had not heard from you) however, we were contacted by one of our family friends whom we had given a bottle of the Sangria to. We were under the impression they had already enjoyed the gift but as it turns out they were saving it for a special occasion. Well not anymore. Their bottle popped its cork last evening, as of 10:00 pm they were mopping up the contents. That makes ten of twelve bottles popping their corks. The main reason I am sending you this update is to caution you if you have large amounts of this batch of Sangria on hand. I have to admit the thought of dozens of bottles popping their corks randomly all over your winery was at first funny and brought a smile to my face however, that quickly changed. As an adult, I understand that corks bouncing around, spilled Sangria, and lost revenue for your business is no laughing matter. Again, I would urge caution and concern and recommend that you locate and isolate the batch. And prepare yourselves for other communications from other individuals. Again, looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this… Richard And this was the reply from Douglas Jones, Owner/General Manager. Richard, Thank You. Can you tell me when and where it was bought and the storage conditions it was stored in. This information would help up greatly. Douglas Jones My response on the 23rd. Douglas, I see you are responding to my second email, did you get my first? The Case of Peach Sangria was purchased at the Crossings Winery, May 6th, at about 5:00 pm (we posted a photo on Facebook). We actually had them stored in three different ways, some were in the wine cooler horizontal, some were in the wine rack, semi-horizontal, some were standing vertical on a shelf. The wine rack and storage locations is climate controlled and out of any sunlight, direct or indirect. We purchased wine from numerous wineries that weekend, of all types, and all of them were stored in one or more of these three manors with no issues. As for our family friend, they stored their bottle in a standard semi-horizontal wine rack. If you have any more questions, please let me know. Rick. Since then I have heard nothing. I have tried to contact them, on the 24th…And on the 31st of May… And as of today, still nothing. So, I am still disappointed with the Crossing Winery and the Owner/General Manager, Mr. Douglas Jones. We will not be returning, and I hope others will consider what we went through prior to visiting… Update: Just received an email from the Crossings with an apologies and offer of replacements. I am happy they responded, finally. Will change the star rating to three...
  • Wonderful supprise, great wines!!!!!