Cholmondeley Vineyards  
Nampa Idaho

Photo's © “All Rights Reserved” C. Chumley
We are dedicated to producing the highest quality, 
sweetest tasting table grapes in the 
Snake River Growing Region.
A Healthful & Tasteful Choice
"Taste The Difference!"

2018 Harvest Wrap Up!
The year went so fast 
   as did the grapes!
 We are so grateful to all our customers who purchased grapes through our Local Retail Partners.

  • Boise Co-op (North End, Boise)
  • Boise Co-op (The Village in Meridian)
  • Whole Foods Market (Boise)
Now that's what I call team work!
We Grow Them, Our Retail Partners Sell Them, 
and our customers get to eat them!!!
You made it the best year ever for us, 
since we planted our first vines in 2008. 
This last year we added a new variety Black Pearls
to our already customer fave's of Sweet Shelley and
Jupiter Grapes.

We do have some other surprises for you in 2019.
We do have new varieties planted we will see 
what happens as the year progress. 

We are already beginning our work in the vineyard
should be an Awesome Year in 2019!

Thanks Again!

Cholmondeley Vineyards


In The News

2014 Oct. 01
Grape compound shown to help fight acne: study

To read full story please click the link below.

Nutritional Facts about grapes click link below




Cholmondeley Vineyards

We are a Idaho Preferred Company

Live . Eat . Local


New Next Event!!!

2019 Fruit Production classes:

Dear Home Gardeners, Master Gardeners and Interested People in Fruit Production in Idaho: 

The University of Idaho Pomology and Viticulture Program is offering the "Annual Fruit Production School for Idaho", free of charge, in two locations and in two days:

1.      First Fruit School will be offered at the Camille Beckman Factory and Event Center at: 175 Rosebud Ln, Eagle, ID 83616 on Friday February 8, 2019

2.      The second Fruit School will be offered at the Western Laboratories Inc. at: 211 US-95, Parma, ID 83660 on Saturday February 9, 2019. 

Both events will start sharply at 9 am and will be finished at about 2 pm as follows:

9:00 am -10:15 am: The Basics on Fruit Production in Idaho will be taught in the classroom. 

10:15-10:30 am: Break

10:30:11:00 am: Question and Answers in the classroom.

11:00 am-11:15 am: Walk to the Camille Beckman orchards on February 8, 2019 or driving from Western Laboratories to the University of Idaho Pomology Orchards on February 9, 2019.

11:15 am-2:00 pm: Lunch (on your own) and pruning demonstration on fruit trees and grapes.

Important Notes:

1.      Please e-mail RSVP Ms. Kallie Yielding at kyielding@uidaho.edu or Ms. Maurine Baucom at maurineb@uidaho.edu as soon as possible but before     February 5, 2019 and let us know if you are going to join us, at what location and how many people will be attending.

2.      Please wear warm clothes and boots in the orchards.

3.      Please bring your own pruning loppers.  We will disinfect your tools before pruning.

4.      If you have any questions, please contact: Kallie Yielding at 208-291-6231 or Maurine Baucom at 208 291-6228, or Dr. Essie Fallahi.  Prof. Essie Fallahi will be teaching these classes at both locations.  His Fruit Research team will assist him with the pruning. 

  * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Maurine Baucom

University of Idaho

Parma Research & Extension Center

29603 U of I Lane

Parma, ID  83660

Phone:  (208) 291-6228

Fax:  (208) 722-6708