I returned to Vino Rosso, and scored these, one of each. The Arrogant Bastard on the left is the oaked version. I don't think I have a palette to really distinguish between an oaked and an unoaked version, but I'm sure it will be tasty. (Click to enlarge if you want to look closer at the labels.)
I drove home through Blackfoot, Riverside, Pingree, Springfield, Aberdeen, American Falls, and saw lots of these buildings on the way. Most of you will know what this building is, but perhaps not everyone.
Here's another shot. These buildings are slowly crumbling back into the earth. They're still fairly prevalent in Eastern Idaho. I'm not sure if these were used in other potato growing areas, but probably.
These are the old style of potato storage facility. Basically a large root cellar. Dig down, put up a frame of poles, cover with straw, put the dirt from the hole on the straw, call it good. Now farmers and processors use metal buildings with air conditioning and humidity systems that can effectively store potatoes for a year (with a chemical added to stop sprouting).