Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills

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Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills

From Ellis Island to the foothills of Idaho, the story of Rolling Hills Vineyard is a multigenerational journey that started three generations ago in the Old World and came to fruition in Idaho. It is of a family working together as one to pursue their dream. When they saw this old vineyard on this beautiful property in the foothills north of Boise, Idaho that needed rehabilitation they all - were all in! Mark and Lori Pasculli purchased a neglected Cabernet Franc vineyard in the Eagle Foothills in 2016. Two vintages later their estate Cab Franc earned a Double Platinum and 96 points from Great Northwest Wine in 2021.

From Ellis Island to the foothills of Idaho, the story of Rolling Hills Vineyard is a multigenerational journey that started three generations ago in the Old World and came to fruition in Idaho. It is of a family working together as one to pursue their dream. When they saw this old vineyard on this beautiful property in the foothills north of Boise, Idaho that needed rehabilitation they all - were all in! Mark and Lori Pasculli purchased a neglected Cabernet Franc vineyard in the Eagle Foothills in 2016. Two vintages later their estate Cab Franc earned a Double Platinum and 96 points from Great Northwest Wine in 2021.

From Ellis Island to the foothills of Idaho, the story of Rolling Hills Vineyard is a multigenerational journey that started three generations ago in the Old World and came to fruition in Idaho. It is of a family working together as one to pursue their dream. When they saw this old vineyard on this beautiful property in the foothills north of Boise, Idaho that needed rehabilitation they all - were all in! Mark and Lori Pasculli purchased a neglected Cabernet Franc vineyard in the Eagle Foothills in 2016. Two vintages later their estate Cab Franc earned a Double Platinum and 96 points from Great Northwest Wine in 2021.

People

People

People

Both Lori and Mark's families came to America through Ellis Island. Mark's grandfather came just before WWII started, while the rest of his family had to wait until after the war. Lori's grandmother's family had to flee the Assyrian genocide in Persia during the early nineteen hundreds. This shared history instilled in both families the profound value of family, of staying together and working together. Both families grew up around agriculture and wine which had become an integral aspect of their lives. Lori was raised on her grandparents’ vineyard in California. It was those memories with her grandfather that gave her a lifetime of love and dreams that set the vision for Rolling Hills Vineyard.

Both Lori and Mark's families came to America through Ellis Island. Mark's grandfather came just before WWII started, while the rest of his family had to wait until after the war. Lori's grandmother's family had to flee the Assyrian genocide in Persia during the early nineteen hundreds. This shared history instilled in both families the profound value of family, of staying together and working together. Both families grew up around agriculture and wine which had become an integral aspect of their lives. Lori was raised on her grandparents’ vineyard in California. It was those memories with her grandfather that gave her a lifetime of love and dreams that set the vision for Rolling Hills Vineyard.

Both Lori and Mark's families came to America through Ellis Island. Mark's grandfather came just before WWII started, while the rest of his family had to wait until after the war. Lori's grandmother's family had to flee the Assyrian genocide in Persia during the early nineteen hundreds. This shared history instilled in both families the profound value of family, of staying together and working together. Both families grew up around agriculture and wine which had become an integral aspect of their lives. Lori was raised on her grandparents’ vineyard in California. It was those memories with her grandfather that gave her a lifetime of love and dreams that set the vision for Rolling Hills Vineyard.

Savannah & Mark Pascullii working in the vineyard
Savannah & Mark Pascullii working in the vineyard
Savannah & Mark Pascullii working in the vineyard

Idaho

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United States of America

Idaho

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United States of America

Idaho

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United States of America

Place

Place

Place

Rolling Hills Vineyard is located in the Eagle Foothills AVA, which is the second Idaho American Viticultural Area and a sub-region within the vast Snake River Valley AVA. The Eagle Foothills AVA is unique in its landscape and terroir due to its soils and the influence of the nearby Prospect Peak at 4,874 feet (1485 m) in elevation. The Ancient Lake Idaho forms the foundation for the sandy loam soil mixed with granite pebbles and enriched with volcanic ash. The area has the feel of the Wild West with herds of antelope, mule deer, turkeys, and badgers. Rolling Hills also sources from the Snake River Valley AVA known for its rich, volcanic soils and desert climate.

Rolling Hills Vineyard is located in the Eagle Foothills AVA, which is the second Idaho American Viticultural Area and a sub-region within the vast Snake River Valley AVA. The Eagle Foothills AVA is unique in its landscape and terroir due to its soils and the influence of the nearby Prospect Peak at 4,874 feet (1485 m) in elevation. The Ancient Lake Idaho forms the foundation for the sandy loam soil mixed with granite pebbles and enriched with volcanic ash. The area has the feel of the Wild West with herds of antelope, mule deer, turkeys, and badgers. Rolling Hills also sources from the Snake River Valley AVA known for its rich, volcanic soils and desert climate.

Rolling Hills Vineyard is located in the Eagle Foothills AVA, which is the second Idaho American Viticultural Area and a sub-region within the vast Snake River Valley AVA. The Eagle Foothills AVA is unique in its landscape and terroir due to its soils and the influence of the nearby Prospect Peak at 4,874 feet (1485 m) in elevation. The Ancient Lake Idaho forms the foundation for the sandy loam soil mixed with granite pebbles and enriched with volcanic ash. The area has the feel of the Wild West with herds of antelope, mule deer, turkeys, and badgers. Rolling Hills also sources from the Snake River Valley AVA known for its rich, volcanic soils and desert climate.

Culture

Culture

Culture

The sense of family runs deep at Rolling Hills Vineyard. In this environment, values and virtues like mutual respect, communication, and compromise are readily displayed and essential for building and maintaining a strong family operation. Each member contributes their unique strengths and skills, recognizing that their individual success is intertwined with their overall success. Working together to be stronger extends to their passion for rescue animals. A portion of the purchase price supports animal shelters throughout Idaho. Their motto, “we can’t do everything but we can do something."

The sense of family runs deep at Rolling Hills Vineyard. In this environment, values and virtues like mutual respect, communication, and compromise are readily displayed and essential for building and maintaining a strong family operation. Each member contributes their unique strengths and skills, recognizing that their individual success is intertwined with their overall success. Working together to be stronger extends to their passion for rescue animals. A portion of the purchase price supports animal shelters throughout Idaho. Their motto, “we can’t do everything but we can do something."

The sense of family runs deep at Rolling Hills Vineyard. In this environment, values and virtues like mutual respect, communication, and compromise are readily displayed and essential for building and maintaining a strong family operation. Each member contributes their unique strengths and skills, recognizing that their individual success is intertwined with their overall success. Working together to be stronger extends to their passion for rescue animals. A portion of the purchase price supports animal shelters throughout Idaho. Their motto, “we can’t do everything but we can do something."

Picture of the Pasculli family's Golden Retriever
Picture of the Pasculli family's Golden Retriever
Picture of the Pasculli family's Golden Retriever