Trained chef Storm Hodge graduated from Idaho State University and spent a decade at the University of Washington helping to lead the school’s dining program. Last year, inspired by relationships he’d made with some of Washington’s top winemakers, he returned to Idaho, tapped into his family farming roots, and purchased Parma Ridge Winery from founder/retired commercial pilot Dick Dickstein. Gewürztraminer leads this blend from the 10-acre plantings, and it includes Chardonnay and Viognier. It is filled with attractive notes of rosewater, lychee and grapefruit amid a clean structure that offers more acidity than one often expects from Gewürz and comes with the varietally correct bitterness to give it food-friendly length. Hodge continues to share his culinary talents, offering small plates, full meals and Sunday brunch during tasting room hours.
Production: 54 cases
storm hodge says
I just saw this during the Idaho Wine Conference. Can you update our webpage/link below?
Eric Degerman says
Thank you for pointing out the updated address for your site and why you chose to transition from .com to .wine. It was a pleasure to meet you and Stephanie on the 17th floor of the tallest building in the state, and I hope to visit Parma Ridge during 2017.