Set along the southern shore of Payette Lake is the peaceful and colorful resort town of McCall, Idaho. Rich with character, history and tradition, over the last two decades McCall has undergone a renaissance from one of Idaho’s oldest logging towns to a recreational mecca. Charming shops, galleries and a classic lake-town feel surrounds you.
Only minutes from the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness – the second largest designated federal wilderness area in the Lower 48 – McCall provides access to protected forests, pristine river canyons and rugged mountains.
Add the small-town hospitality McCall is famous for, and you have the perfect setting for relaxing vacations and adventurous getaways.
Winemaker’s Dinner at Shore Lodge
Join us in the Narrows at 6:30 pm for our April’s Winemaker's Dinner where we will host Owen Roe of Newberg, Oregon. Owner and wine maker, David O’Reilly, will join us to showcase their highly sought-after wines that are made from grapes out of the northwest region.
This past month Wine Enthusiast awarded 94 points to the “Owen Roe 2011 Red Willow Vineyard Chapel Block Syrah (of the Yakima Valley) and stated, “it is arguably Red Willows finest block of Syrah, this is superbly balanced and remarkably concentrated for this cool site from a cool vintage,” -Wine Enthusiast Buying Guide.
This Winemakers Dinner will be a collaborative and gourmet four course meal prepared by Chef Topple. Dave Boyle, Whitetail Club’s Sommelier, will select the fine wines from Owen Roe Winery. Cost per person is $95 plus tax & gratuity.