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Scott and Caitlin

Hyde Park Fine Wines is owned and operated by Scott and Caitlin McCoy. Scott and Caitlin moved to Boise in 2016 from Portland, Oregon. One year later, they opened Camel’s Crossing, a fine dining restaurant in the historic Hyde Park district. The restaurant enjoyed a little over two years of success until March of 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic turned everything upside down. With the future of restaurants uncertain, the McCoys decided to change their business. They swapped their booths and tables for wine racks, and transformed the former restaurant into Hyde Park Fine Wines. Their goal is to source the best wines in the world and help guests pick the perfect bottle for whatever the occasion. Whether you’re looking for a California Cab to impress the boss, the newest up-and-coming orange wine, or just an easy drinker to enjoy with dinner, we can help you make the right choice.

Online Store

Easily searchable, up-to-the second inventory available for delivery or in-store pickup.

Wine Club

Monthly subscription for three new wines each month from around the world.

Wine Bar

Wines by the glass, flights, and tastings. Plus $5 corkage on any retail bottle!

Frequently Asked Questions

We do! We offer next-day wine delivery within the Treasure Valley. Delivery is free for orders over $125, otherwise the delivery fee is $20. Please note that someone who is over 21 years old must be at home to accept the delivery. You can also pick up online orders in our wine shop located in Hyde Park.

Not currently, but we hope to in the future.
Yes. The online wine inventory updates automatically and we double check it nightly against that day’s sales.

Absolutely! You can purchase any one of our 800 bottles of wine at retail price and enjoy it in the shop for just $5 corkage. We have bar seating, a patio, and a back room with a table that seats up to 18. 

We have teamed up with Terroir Boise to offer regular Supper Club events! Each week, the culinary team Chef Nate Whitley and Rémi Courcenet (both formerly of the Modern Hotel) will serve a seasonal three-course family-style meal in the private back room at Hyde Park Fine Wines. 

Supper Clubs are every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. These fun dinner parties feature a family-style three course menu for $65 per person. Tickets must be purchased in advance and events sell out fast! Buy your tickets today!

Outside of Supper Club, you can order a charcuterie plate prepared just for us by the Terroir team. 

Owners Scott and Caitlin McCoy closed Camel’s Crossing in July 2020 and remodeled the space as a wine shop and wine bar.
“Fine Wines” reflects our desire to offer quality wines from top-tier producers. We source our wines from renowned importers who primarily work with winemakers who follow traditional methods and produce their wines in as natural a manner as possible.
Our shop has wines from all over the world. The selection represents the best wines to represent a particular region or variety. From California Cabernet to rare Burgundy to local Idaho favorites, you’re sure to find a bottle you like!
Yes, you can build your own wine tasting flight from any of the wines on our glass pour list.
When you sign up for the wine club, each month you receive a selection of three wines from a different country. Owner Scott McCoy will choose unique bottles from top-tier producers that represent three distinct appellations. A fantastic opportunity to discover wines you never thought to try!

You can! We offer physical gift cards that can be used in our wine store in Hyde Park. You can purchase in-person or online. We will happily mail gift cards anywhere in the United States. You can also buy an e-gift card to send to someone via email or text message. Please note that gift cards (physical and email) may only be redeemed in person. 

Unfortunately, we don’t take reservations for regular service. Our wine bar seating is first come, first served. 

We also offer Terroir Supper Club parties, which are ticketed events.

Simply put, natural wine has had very little added to it during the winemaking process. Many large, commercial wineries include lots of additives in their wines, none of which are listed on the label. Natural winemakers do not intervene much during the winemaking process. Natural wines will taste different year-to-year and reflect the terroir where they are grown. Browse our natural wine selection here.