The Western Slope is known near and far for being Colorado’s premier wine country, but did you know that there are even more wineries than just those in Grand Junction and Palisade? Case in point: The charming Eastern Plains town of Holyoke and its equally charming Mummy Hill Winery:
Located in the northeast corner of Colorado, Holyoke is home to nearly 2,500 residents as well as unique and independent businesses like – you guessed it – Mummy Hill!
Billed as being a “Micro Winery Located in the Sandhills of Northern Yuma County,” Mummy Hill specializes in two small-batch, specialty wines, which include a white Osceola Muscat and red Marquette.
“Currently, we will be producing wines from two cold hardy varieties – Marquette and Osceola Muscat,” shared Mummy Hill, adding that its “Marquette grapes produce a medium bodied red wine” and that the “muscat grapes produce an aromatic white wine.”
Whether you enjoy your wine at the Winery or take home a bottle (or five), you are guaranteed one of the best wines that you have ever tasted at Mummy Hill.
In addition to the wine and ambiance, the Mummy Hill Winery also hosts several special events throughout the year, including Sip and Shops, wine festivals, concerts, and more.
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The Mummy Hill Winery is open every day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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Address: Holyoke, CO 80734, USA