Winery & Tasting Room Hours:
Sun - Thursday from noon - 5pm
Friday and Saturday from noon - 7pm
CDA Cellars Inaugural Golf Tournament has been reschedule to Sunday, September 27th - tee-off at 1:00pm!
COEUR D'ALENE CELLARS
the fine art of wine
Coeur d'Alene Cellars Tasting Room will be closed this Saturday, August 1, for a private wedding. We are sorry for any inconvenience, but we are happy to be included in such a delightful and magical day.
We will still remain open for online orders (www.cdacellars.com), as well as phone or text orders 208.664.2336 (we can meet you curbside for delivery).
About us! Coeur d'Alene Cellars is a small, creative winery focusing on the fine art of wine since 2002. We produce 3000 cases each year of ultra-premium wines made with finesse, nuance, balance, and character. Come sip with us.
Live music, Paintnite, wine club events, winemaking, and tasting experiences define our existence. Join our family to get your hands on our liquid art before it sells out.
We offer a full menu of all of our wines - taste them individually or in flights and pair them with one of our cheese boards or truffle flights. All of our wines are available by the glass or bottle to enjoy at the winery - or by the bottle or case to take home.
Paint Nite fills our tank room with talented and thirsty artists every week. To see our list of upcoming classes, click here.
Live music is part of our winery culture. We engage local artists to share their talent in our music alcove most Saturdays from 4-7pm. Live music is complimentary. See our live music lineup here.
For groups of 6 or more people, please call for a reservation at least 24 hours in advance so we can staff an extra Wine Specialist to accommodate your group. 208-664-2336.
Sip on this. Coeur d'Alene Cellars' artist, Sarah Gates, has been creating watercolors for over 40 years - many of them have been donated to local charities and can be seen around town.
Sip on this. Kimber Gates, owner and founder, lived in Besancon, France. Her inspiration for "the
fine art of wine" came from the Burgundy region.