The Grapevine


On the Table: Colorado Wines tapped for new trajectory

Spinning out a number of firsts for the Tri-Lakes area, Ice Cave Cider House has generated remarkable momentum in their […]

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Ben Parsons Resigns as Winemaker of The Infinite Monkey Theorem

He kickstarted the urban winery and canned wine trends; he will remain on board as a consultant but is looking […]

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Wine Spectactor

From Sommeliers to Winemakers: The Story Behind the Storm Cellar

As sommeliers in the Denver culinary scene for many years, we spent any vacation time that we had in wine […]

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The making of a statesman

Statesman: A person who shows wisdom, skill and vision in conducting state affairs and dealing with public issues. Look up […]

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The Daily Sentinel

How to Camp Through Wine Country

BY LAURA BEAUSIRE Why settle for four-star accommodations when you could have the whole night sky? Forget the hotels, resorts […]

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Wine Enthusiast

Annapurna Mead Wants to Be Your Next Canned Beverage

Patrick Dobbins is giving the world’s oldest alcoholic drink a makeover. The mead maker and owner of Colorado’s Annapurna Mead  […]

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Denver Westword

The Infinite Monkey Theorem: The Urban Winery That Changed The Way We Drink.

It’s very difficult in this day and age to say that you are first at anything. By this point in […]

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Tastemakers – Jack Rabbit Hill Farm

A biodynamic farmer approaches the farm as its own diverse organism, with each element — plants, insects, animals and soil […]

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10 of the best romantic getaways in the United States

You don’t need a passport to enjoy these couple-friendly destinations. You don’t need a national holiday about love to justify […]

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Colorado Wine and National Rosé Day

Colorado Wine on KWGN Denver for #NationalRoséDay! […]

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Colorado 2 News

Wine Guy: Take a wine travel trip to the western suburbs of the Denver Metro area

While our craft beer and marijuana industries get most of the media attention, Colorado’s wine industry continues to grow — […]

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The Gazette

Eight Cool And Unique Wines To Try Now

There has never been a better time to be a wine lover than now. Indeed, every year is better than […]

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Forbes

Colorado Blend: Revolutionary Winery Uses Western Slope Grapes

By Kyle Kirves At a crossroads in the Colorado high country, where u.s. highways 50 and 285 intersect, there’s a […]

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Colorado on the Rise

Colorado’s been making headlines lately. And it’s not for the reasons you might expect. Sure, the state’s 300 days of […]

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Wine Enthusiast

IT’S ROSÉ TIME

The arrival of spring is a harbinger for many changes. Leaf buds are starting to appear on barren branches, shorts […]

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Estes offers wide array of dining and beverage options

After a fun-filled day hiking the trails of Rocky Mountain National Park, make sure to stop in Estes Park for […]

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Colorado Couple Makes Mead With Honey From Their Own Bees

When Greg Bowdish started keeping beehives on his two-acre property in Severance, Colorado, he developed a unique problem: He needed […]

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Denver Westword

5 Questions with John Garlich and Ulla Merz of BookCliff Vineyards

Boulder’s John Garlich and Ulla Merz are entrepreneurs with a twist: They achieved their dream of making wine with Colorado-grown […]

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Daily Camera

Grapes of growth: What’s keeping Colorado from cultivating a 90- point wine industry?

By: Ed Sealover | Denver Business Journal As owner of Snowy Peaks Winery in Estes Park, Candice Mohr has worked […]

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Denver Business Journal

A Colorado State of Wine

A Q&A with Infinite Monkey Theorem founder and winemaker Ben Parsons BY NICKI MCTAGUE The state of wine is changing […]

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ColoradoBiz

National #DrinkWineDay

Celebrating #DrinkWineDay on Fox 31 Denver […]

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Fox 31 News

The 5280 Guide to Colorado Wine on Fox 31 Denver

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Fox 31 News

Wine Enthusiast Buying Guide April 2019

Wine Enthusiast’s Advance Buying Guide provides early notice of all the wines, spirits and beers reviewed for each issue of […]

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Wine Enthusiast

Colorado Wine Industry Achieves National Recognition in 2018

Colorado Wines Ranked Among the Top in the Nation and Colorado Wine Country Named a Top Wine Destination 2018 was […]

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Your Hub

Wine Company Opens Cellar Doors to Public

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – Colorado’s second largest wine producer opens it’s doors to guests Wednesday morning, showing how things are […]

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WesternSlopeNow.com

Q&A: Jayme Henderson and Steve Steese of the Storm Cellar Winery

Q&A: Jayme Henderson and Steve Steese of the Storm Cellar Winery Ever fantasize about buying a farm and opening a […]

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5280 magazine

Why are So Many California Winemakers Moving to Colorado?

Colterris Wines’ cab sauv grapes chill for summer rosé. —Image courtesy of Scott High Why Are So Many California Winemakers […]

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5280 magazine

4 Colorado Winemakers to Watch

Candice and Erik Mohr. Photo courtesy of Snowy Peaks Winery. 4 Colorado Winemakers to Watch These are the folks taking […]

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5280 magazine

The Natural Wine Movement is Gaining Ground in Colorado

The Natural Wine Movement Is Gaining Ground in Colorado Natural wines are all the rage around the world right now—and […]

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5280 magazine

The 5280 Guide to Colorado Wine

The 5280 Guide to Colorado Wine Centennial State wines are gaining national attention, winning big-time awards, and tasting better than […]

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5280 magazine

10 Years of Craft Wine In Denver

DENVER WINERY WILD ABOUT CHANGING THE GAME Story and Photos by Neill Pieper In an industry where stereotypes have shaped […]

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This Bailey Winery Is Going Strong After Two Major Disasters

Marcel and Julie Flukiger’s wine business has been burned to the ground, demolished by an out-of-control semi-truck and rebuilt twice, […]

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Denver Westword

VINCO Wine Conference and Trade Show

When you think of the Western Slope, you might think of our natural beauty, excellent hiking or biking, and friendly […]

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News Channel 5 Gran Junction

Roll out the wine barrel

Weekend tasting festive at Paonia cellars DAVE BUCHANAN Christmas 2018 began Dec. 1. At least it did for several hundred […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Local winery provides native tastes and variety

On a Saturday afternoon in November, the familiar wintery wind is whipping through town blowing horizontal snow in my face […]

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The Mountain-Ear

Holiday Wine Pairings

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Colorado 2 News

Once home to withering vines, Restoration Vineyards is Palisade area’s newest winery

Neighbors used to call it the “stick vineyard.” But Linda and Gary Brauns knew how to bring a property back […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Uncorked on KDVR

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Fox 31 News

Your Food And Drink Guide To Palisade, Colorado

By Forbes Travel Guide Editor Jennifer Kester   Colorado’s awe-inspiring mountains, red rock outcroppings and countless rivers, lakes and waterfalls […]

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Forbes Travel Guide

Tastemakers – Episode 5: On the Vine

In this episode of tasteMAKERS, travel with host Cat Neville to Jack Rabbit Hill Farm in Hotchkiss, Colorado, where Lance […]

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The Infinite Monkey Theorem’s Disruptive Decade

The Infinite Monkey Theorem has been shaking up the wine industry for 10 years. Here, a grape-fueled highlight reel. BY  […]

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5280 magazine

Character Development

Colorado’s most lauded wines are a reflection of their charismatic founder. BY KELLY J. HAYES  “It’s so improbable, it almost […]

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Edible Aspen

Heat, drought having little impact on Western Slope wine grapes

PALISADE, Colo. — It’s a busy week on Colorado’s Western Slope. Farmers are busy plucking fruit from the vine. It’s […]

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Fox 31 News

Elevating Colorado Wine

Written by Alder Yarrow 18 Sep 2018 – published on JancisRobinson.com Elevating Colorado wine What’s the ultimate sign that an […]

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Jancis Robinson

Seven Gateway Colorado Ciders for Beer Lovers

Cider often gets overlooked by craft-beer lovers, but it’s time that changed. Just like the many products coming from Colorado’s […]

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Denver Westword

Denver’s First Sake Tasting Room Starts Pouring

For those who remember the early days of craft brewing, distilling, and cider-making in Colorado, here’s another spiritous milestone to […]

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Denver Eater

Beyond Napa: 7 Emerging American Wine Regions to Visit Now

When it comes to wine tourism, it’s easy to be seduced by far-flung destinations, or rely on the big players […]

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Vogue

Fall Getaways: 3 Weekend Escapes for Wine Lovers

Try a vineyard vacation in one of these under-the-radar regions. All offer tours and tastings like the popular spots —  […]

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AirBnbMag

New business offers locally made wines

Reds Wine Boutique owner draws inspiration from rescue dog By Lisa Young A new wine business in Sterling proves the […]

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Journal Advocate

Life as a trip adviser: Career to continue in consulting role

Barbara Bowman has seen the views from the Devils Kitchen picnic area in the Colorado National Monument a thousand times. […]

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The Business Times

Canterris Canned Vinos Are Tasty Enough to Wow a Wine Pro

Master of wine Ashley Hausman found a canned wine worth seeking out: Colterris’ canned wines, made with 100-percent estate-grown Colorado […]

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5280 magazine

Behind the Vines: Decadent Saint Winery

Behind the Vines: Decadent Saint Winery This non-traditional Front Range winery makes the best-tasting sangria on the market—and it’s a […]

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5280 magazine

Annapurna Mead now on Springs-area taps

Springs drinkers may have noticed a new tap handle popping up around town. Annapurna Mead is a production and distribution […]

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Colorado Springs Independent

Amateur winemaker takes top honor

Kathy Ondrus’ eyes light up when she talks about the wines she has made at home, from sweet Muscats to […]

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The Daily Sentinel

St. Vrain Cidery Cans Cider

St. Vrain Cidery, located at 350 Terry St. #130, recently announced that they will begin canning their Dry Ginger and […]

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Longmont Observer

USA & Eastern Europe: Colorado, Moldova & Slovenia – Off the Beaten Track

MARK SQUIRES 31st May 2018 | The Wine Advocate | Interim End of May 2018 This report features the first […]

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Wine Advocate

Behind the Vines: Black Arts Cellars

Behind the Vines: Black Arts Cellars This boutique winery near Ken Caryl Ranch specializes in “bewitching” Rhone-style wines. BY TERRI […]

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5280 magazine

High-Altitude Vineyards that are Changing Wine

The air up there can be a challenge for grape growers, but these extremes can produce memorable wines. Find out […]

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Wine Enthusiast

Scratching the Surface of Wine in America

I was busy this winter speaking at national and regional wine industry gatherings here in the United States: the Unified […]

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The Wine Economist

Two Wines That Prove Colorado Is The Next Wine Region to Watch

I grew up in Colorado. If you had told me as a high schooler that Colorado would one day be […]

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Vinography: A wine blog

Pikes Pub: Penrose cider-maker expands distribution to Colorado Springs

Kevin Williams was well into his journey down the traditional road to craft brewery startup-dom when he took a hard […]

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The Gazette

Balistreri Vineyards Livens Up Industrial Northeast Denver

As your GPS directs you into industrial northeast Denver, you’re going to wonder if there’s really a winery out here. […]

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Denver Westword

6,000 Bins of Apples Pressed in 2017 – Big B’s Sits Pretty in Paonia

The company was born from an interest in small-scale agriculture BIG B  |  Product: Beer, Wine + Spirits  |  Made […]

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ColoradoBiz

Behind the Vines: Colorado Cellars

Colorado Cellars, the first winery to create and sell wines made from Colorado-grown grapes, has long been a family business. […]

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5280 magazine

First Look: Stem Ciders Opens New Farmhouse Restaurant

Stem Ciders has been turning out excellent apple-based beverages from its tiny RiNo cider house and tasting room since it […]

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Denver Westword

Curb Appeal: Denver Winemakers Are Amphora-Aging Sparklers in a Suburban Strip Mall

A strip mall in Parker, Colorado — a quiet suburb of Denver — is about the last place you’d expect […]

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Vinepair

An older vintage shares its secrets

What is it about older wines that attracts us, like moths to a flame? Maybe it’s akin to the daring […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Creekside Cellars Snags 2018 Colorado Winery of the Year Award

Creekside Cellars Snags 2018 Colorado Winery of the Year Award You don’t have to cross the Continental Divide to visit […]

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Denver Westword

National Drink Wine Day 2018

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Colorado 2 News

Blend. Bottle. Cork. A Colorado Wine Blending Experience

Be a winemaker for a day at Continental Divide Winery in Breckenridge by Elaine Schoch (Carpe Travel) It’s one thing […]

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Carpe Travel

Behind the Vines: Loveland’s Sweet Heart Winery

This Napa-style winery’s romantic, riverside setting and lovingly crafted wines make it a heartfelt choice for Valentine’s Day outings and […]

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5280 magazine

Haykin Family Cider Starts Pouring in Aurora

Cider fans have a new drinking destination in Aurora starting Thursday when Haykin Family Cider opens its tasting room at […]

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Denver Eater

Colorado Wines for Valentine’s Day

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Fox 31 News

Haykin Family Cider Proves That Colorado Does More Than Beer

By Mark Antonation With names like Cox’s Orange Pippin and Esopus Spitzenburg, the sparkling beverages pouring from Champagne-like bottles at […]

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Denver Westword

Top Ten Wine Getaways of 2018

Worth exploring for its beauty and bounty, this high-altitude wine region is on the rise. Colorado isn’t just paradise for […]

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Wine Enthusiast Top 10 Best Wine Getaways of 2018

Grand Valley Makes Top Ten Wine Destinations

Grand Valley Placed Between Cape Town South Africa and Val d’Orcia Italy GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – This may be no […]

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Westernslope Now

Beer May Rule in Colorado, But State’s Winemakers Are Setting Their Sights High

Ten years ago, Bill Conkling worked in quality assurance at Anheuser Busch where he tested batches of beer for a […]

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Kunc

Boulder and Longmont farmers’ markets: Building community through wine

By Elizabeth L. Woessner Boulder County Farmers Markets How it all began: Twenty-one years ago, John Garlich and Ulla Merz […]

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Times Call

Behind the Vines: Bonacquisti Wine Company

Denver’s original urban winery focuses on making great wine—and helping to build a strong community in Sunnyside. BY TERRI COOK  […]

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5280 magazine

Holiday Food & Wine Pairing

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Colorado 2 News

Behind the Vines: Whitewater Hill Vineyards

Whitewater Hill Vineyards & Winery. Courtesy of Whitewater Hill Vineyards & Winery Behind the Vines: Whitewater Hill Vineyards & Winery […]

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5280 magazine

5 Questions with the Boulder co-founders of Continental Divide Winery

Continental Divide co-founders Kent Hutchison and Angela Bryan (/Courtesy Kent Hutchison) For more than a decade, Boulder scientists Angela Bryan […]

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Daily Camera

Jack Rabbit Hill Farm makes award-winning wine and craft spirits with fruit grown on Colorado’s Western Slope

by Aron Johnson on October 3, 2017, 01:00 pm MDT After working in California’s software industry, Hanson moved to Colorado […]

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Company Week

Behind the Vines: Carlson Vineyards

Two of Carlson Vineyards’ colorful—and quirky—labels. Photo by Terri Cook Behind the Vines: Carlson Vineyards One of Colorado’s oldest and […]

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5280 magazine

Meet Colorado’s first and only Master of Wine

DENVER – I asked Ashley Vaughters, Colorado’s first and only Master of Wine, to grab a bottle off the shelf […]

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THE REVOLUTION IN THE ORCHARD

On a balmy Wednesday morning in August, Joe Buckel, Sutcliffe Vineyard’s vintner, and Sam Perry, local orchard wizard, are bottling […]

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Edible Southwest Colorado

Wine Enthusiast recognizes Colorado Wine Pro with Tastemaker Award

Colorado gained a little more recognition for its growing wine culture this week: Industry magazine Wine Enthusiast named Kyle Schlachter […]

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Denver Westword

Wine Enthusiast 40 Under 40 2017

Outreach Coordinator, Colorado Department of Agriculture  Advocate for a growing region While the coasts receive most of the attention in […]

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Wine Enthusiast

Bonacquisti’s Urban Winery Brings Community Together Over Wine

By: Krista  Kafer Skip the bucolic country winery tour and head instead to the urban winery Bonacquisti Wine Company in […]

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Denver Westword

New cider and wine company starting in Mancos

Three entrepreneurs hope to put Mancos on the map in the hard cider industry this year. Earlier this year, Sam […]

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The Journal

Haykin Family Cider to Open in Aurora

Husband-wife cidery delivers small batch, sparkling cider this fall Just in time for apple season, husband-wife duo, Talia and Daniel […]

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Denver Eater

Colorado Front Range wineries are going through an ‘awakening’

When servers pop the corks on the 12 wines that captured Governor’s Cup awards at a Thursday celebration, one look […]

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Denver Business Journal

Wine on the Rocks

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Fox 31 News

HOW TO GO WINE TASTING IN PAONIA

First Stop, McClure Pass How to go Wine Tasting in Paonia Just a two hour drive away from Aspen is […]

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Aspen Real Life

Behind the Vines: Legacy Vineyards

Located in an historic building that once served as the town’s general store, Legacy Vineyards uses primarily Colorado-grown grapes to […]

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Raise your glass to these wines

The 2017 Colorado Governor’s Cup Wine Competition was held this past weekend, and of the 12 wines selected for the […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Canned wines becoming more popular

Kyle Schlachter from the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board stopped by Good Day Colorado on Thursday to tell us about […]

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Fox 31 News

GRAPE EXPECTATIONS – SIPPING YOUR WAY THROUGH COLORADO WINE COUNTRY

In 1890 Governor George A. Crawford planted 60 acres of grapes and fruit alongside Rapid Creek near Palisade in Mesa […]

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Monkshood Cellars in Minturn is open for sips

It’s wildflower season, so it’s likely that you’ll be seeing the monkshood bloom on some of your alpine hikes. The […]

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Vail Daily

Holbrook: The life of the vine (column)

What kind of a person chooses to love something that is so difficult? Winemakers for sure. And poets, too, remarked […]

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Summit Daily News

Behind the Vines: Bigsby’s Folly

Bigsby’s Folly, a new Roaring Twenties-themed winery in RiNo, is housed in an historic warehouse Credit: ©Teri Fotheringham Photography Behind […]

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5280 magazine

Husband-and-wife cidery buys building in Aurora; 8 minute drive to the Stanley

A husband-and-wife duo is popping the bubbly on their first cidery. Daniel and Talia Haykin are opening Haykin Family Cider  […]

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Business Den

Statewide wine tasting event brings business and wine lovers to Grand Valley

Wineries all across the state took place in the second annual wine tasting event, Wine around Colorado. This is good […]

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KJCT 8 News

The wine industry’s battle with climate change

Vineyards deal with drought, temperature swings and fruit that ripens too early. Winery owner Brent Helleckson’s hands flew among his […]

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high country news

Behind the Vines: Talon Winery

The wide selection of wines available at Palisade’s Talon Winery. -Terri Cook Behind the Vines: Talon Winery Owned by an […]

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5280 magazine

BEHIND THE VINES: CARBOY WINERY

Littleton’s chic new négociant winery showcases a signature collection of “craft wine” on tap. Littleton’s Carboy Winery uses grapes, juice, […]

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5280 magazine

Opening Alert: Wild Cider and Decadent Saint Winery

The cidery and the winemaker have joined forces at their lively north Boulder tasting room. BY: TYRA SUTAK A small […]

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5280 magazine

Wine the natural way

CEREA, Italy — I knew I was in for a winetasting like no other when I turned to my host […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Owner Theresa High is defying expectations for Colorado wine, one locally grown grape at a time.

Colterris Winery by Jamie Siebrase Company Week www.colterris.com Palisade, Colorado Founded: 2010 Privately owned Employees: 18 full-time employees, plus seasonal […]

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Company Week

Behind the Vines: Winter Park Winery

Owned by a devoted Grateful Dead fan, Grand County’s only winery is a great place to relax, soak up some […]

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5280 magazine

Wine Openers: PUT A CORK IN IT!

One lament wine writers often hear is we tend to write excessively about our local wineries. Not just me, of […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s Western Slope

By Irene Middleman Thomas I’ve lived in Colorado since I was 14, yet had never visited the Western Slope, as […]

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JustAboutTravel

The Newest Wine Destinations in the United States

Forty years ago, a chardonnay and a cabernet sauvignon from California’s Napa Valley took top spots in a small industry […]

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Gear Patrol

50 Shades of Colorado Wine for Valentine’s Day

Seduce your lover this valentine’s day with “50 shades of Colorado Wine!” from light pink to dark reds and dry […]

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Fox 31 News

Shadows from the Starlight: Visiting Colorado Wine Country

As I get older – I’ll be 52 years old in a couple of days – I really enjoy challenging […]

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Wine Advocate

A Louse Has Moved Into Colorado’s Vineyards

BY NANCY LOFHOLM     This might just be worse than sour grapes: A vine-withering insect called phylloxera has turned […]

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Colorado Public Radio

Behind the Vines: Silver Vines Winery

This boutique winery in Olde Town Arvada has a variety of excellent red, white, and dessert wines perfect for pairing […]

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5280 magazine

Couple turns wine hobby into Legatum Cellars

By Carie Canterbury The Daily Record What started as a hobby, then turned into a weekend family project, now is […]

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Daily Record

Summit Hard Cider Awarded UDSA Local Food Promotion Program Grant

Local Fort Collins Cidery, Summit Hard Cider and Perry Company, LLC, has been awarded a $150,000 implementation grant from the […]

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Drink Like a Swede: Your Guide to Glögg

Two Swedes Glögg is bringing Scandinavian tradition to Colorado one warm mug at a time. Here’s their story and what […]

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Springs Media

Colorado Wine Holiday Pairing and Gift Giving

by Diana Rowe       Follow @dianarowe Keep it local this holiday season with the gift of Colorado wine. Read on for […]

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Local POV

Behind the Vines: Ten Bears Winery

This low-key winery north of Fort Collins offers a diverse choice of delicious wines with distinctly local flavors. BY TERRI […]

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5280 magazine

Bailey winery demolished by semi crash starts to rebuild

By JOSIE KLEMAIER | jklemaier@denverpost.com Owners of the Bailey winery that was demolished this year by a semi-truck are not […]

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The Denver Post

Impress with local wines this holiday season

IT’S EASIER THAN EVER TO SIP LOCAL THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. By: Krystyna Biassou KUSA – Whether you’re ready or not, […]

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9 News

A Whole ‘Nother Colorado

The Western Slope is a treasure trove. Read Irene Thomas’ story in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of St. Louis Homes […]

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St. Louis Homes lifestyles

Wine industry in Colorado quietly takes off

KUSA – While you were sipping a craft beer at one of Colorado’s countless breweries, the local wine industry was […]

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9 News

Longmont vineyard & winery stems from dream

LONGMONT, Colo. — Some ideas stem from a dream. The sort of dream that can grow into something prosperous. That […]

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Fox 31 News

Behind the Vines: DeBeque Canyon Winery

Started by a pioneering viticulturist, this small Palisade winery is best known for its delicious red and fortified wines. BY:  […]

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5280 magazine

Behind the Vines: Leroux Creek Vineyards

Enjoy the fruity flavors of Provence, France at this beautiful estate winery and inn in Hotchkiss. BY: TERRI COOK SEPTEMBER […]

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5280 magazine

Continental Divide Winery to open at Main Street Station in Breckenridge

Fate and a combined passion for the wine industry brought two families together to create the Continental Divide Winery, which […]

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Summit Daily News

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Colorado 2 News

Celebrate the end of Election season with purple wine

With this year’s election thankfully coming to a close, I’m sure there’s one thing that Republicans and Democrats, Reds and […]

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Coloradoan

One winery’s loss, another’s gain

Scott High made his girlfriend a promise years ago: Marry me, and I’ll buy you a vineyard. That vow came […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Winery as Retirement

Visitors to Kingman Estates Winery are in the middle of the action. Although most tasting rooms are separate from the […]

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WINE OPENERS: Loss for Plum Creek is gain for new college program

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 An unexpected loss for the Colorado wine industry turns out to be an equal win for […]

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The Daily Sentinel

The future of Colorado wine looks to be in Bordeaux varieties

BY MIKE DUNNE Special to The Bee At the outset of a wine competition, judges often are handed a “calibration […]

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The Sacramento Bee

Winery, restaurant team to offer ‘unique’ experience

Capitol Hill Italian eatery Angelo’s Taverna opens shared space with Carboy in Littleton By: Kyle Harding After more than 40 […]

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Littleton Independent

Agritourism growing in Colorado

MESA COUNTY, Colo. (KJCT) — Colorado is best known for mountains and winter activities. According to the last U-S-D-A AG […]

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KJCT 8 News

2016 Colorado Mountain Winefest sells out completely

PALISADE, Colo. (KJCT) — The 25th anniversary of the Colorado Mountain Winefest took place on Saturday. Over 50 wineries and […]

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KJCT 8 News

Got grapes? Winery gets ready to create annual unique mix

By Ted Skroback, Reporter CANON CITY – Harvest season is in full swing for wineries which means its time again […]

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KOAA 5 News

For its 25th, Colorado Mountain Winefest is all grown up

It’s Wednesday, do you know where your Winefest tickets are? The 25th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest presented by Alpine Bank […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Owners of Bailey winery destroyed by semitruck work to pick up pieces

BAILEY, Colo. — A couple put so much work and money into wines that no one will ever taste. A […]

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Fox 31 News

QUEEN BEE BRINGS MEAD TO THE MILE HIGH CITY

August 20 inaugurated Denver’s newest addition to the brewery scene, Queen Bee Brews. Contrary to popular assumption, this brewery doesn’t […]

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303 Magazine

Winery at Holy Cross Abbey thrives as it continues to grow, evolve

For Sally Davidson, life is never stagnant at the Winery at Holy Cross Abbey. “We’re crushing grapes to make wine, […]

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Daily Record

Forgotten Roots makes wine without grapes, provides unique winery experience

Tart cherries, blueberries, peaches, rhubarb, pineapple, cantaloupe, gooseberries, carrots and even beets can be found in the fermentation room at […]

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The Rocky Mountain Collegian

Behind the Vines: Azura Cellars & Gallery

Located in a spectacular setting high above the lush North Fork Valley, this Paonia-based winery also houses an art gallery […]

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5280 magazine

Wine Openers: Are some wine awards worth more than others?

This year’s Colorado Governor’s Cup wine competition wound up Aug. 4 with Meadery of the Rockies in Palisade and Bookcliff […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Would You Pop a Can of Pinot?

Versatile and eco-friendly, wine in cans is increasingly popular, but some think it’s just a fad Ben O’Donnell Posted: August […]

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Wine Spectactor

Video: Winiarski on 50 years of Napa Valley Cabernet and his time in Colorado

One of the two winemakers who put Napa Valley on the global quality map 40 years ago, Warren Winiarski recounts […]

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North Bay Business Journal

Championing Colorado’s rugged terroir: The new generation of wine makers

These are exciting times for Colorado’s wine industry. And much of that excitement is being created by the vision, hard […]

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Summit Daily News

Fox Fire Farms’ award-winning wine

Fox Fire Farms southeast of Ignacio has produced one of the state’s double-gold medal wines in this year’s Governor’s Cup […]

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DurangoTV.com

How to pair Colorado wines with local food

Doug Caskey, the executive director of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, shows us how to pair local foods with […]

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Fox 21 News

Photos: The Governor’s Cup Honors Colorado’s Top Vintners

Back when John Hickenlooper and his partners founded the Wynkoop Brewing Company, Hickenlooper was insistent that Colorado’s first brewpub pronounced […]

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Denver Westword

Why Colorado’s beer-loving Gov. Hickenlooper is toasting the wine industry

RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post President Barack Obama orders a beer with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper at Wynkoop Brewery in […]

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The Denver Post

Behind the Vines: Guy Drew Vineyards

One of Colorado’s most acclaimed wineries is tucked between Ancestral Puebloan ruins in a stunning slickrock canyon located in the […]

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5280 magazine

The Best of Colorado Wines

The best of Colorado wines By Angela K. Evans – July 28, 2016 Wikimedia Commons/Don GrahamAs the Colorado wine industry […]

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Boulder Weekly

8 things I learned during my Colorado wine adventure

8 things I learned during my Colorado wine adventure by Wine Curmudgeon Posted On 28 Jul 2016 That’s Warren Winiarski […]

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Wine Curmudgeon

‘This is not France, this is not California,’

By Dave Buchanan Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Making great wine, if one may paraphrase winemaker Warren Winiarski, demands much of […]

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The Daily Sentinel

America’s Top 10 Secret Wine Regions

PALISADE, COLORADO Nestled in the Grand Valley along the Colorado River, sits a mecca of grapevines known as Colorado’s Wine […]

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Citi.io

The country’s Wine Guru Visits the Grand Valley

http://www.westernslopenow.com/news/local-news/the-countrys-wine-guru-visits-the-grand-valley   Winiarski was a part of the first winery in the state.   GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The road to […]

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Westernslope Now

Behind the Vines: Stone Cottage Cellars

High above the North Fork Valley, this picturesque Paonia winery uses only Colorado-grown grapes to create its distinctive wine. BY:  […]

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5280 magazine

Compass closes Old Town Fort Collins cidery

Compass Cider has closed its downtown cidery two years after opening at 216 N. College Ave. Owned by Bob Blythe, […]

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Coloradoan

Wine In Colorado: Where Cool Climate Grapes Are The New Hot

Let’s start with the givens. Sure, Colorado’s got the whole continental divide thing going for it. Plus the mountains, the […]

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Forbes

Behind the Vines: St. Kathryn Cellars

Jokingly named in honor of the original owner’s mother, this Palisade winery is known for its innovative herbal and fruit […]

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5280 magazine

What’s In Your Wine? More Than Just Grapes

By Mark Ackerman DENVER (CBS4) – Ingredient labels are mandatory on food, beverages and in Colorado, even marijuana. But what’s […]

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CBS Denver 4

How “American Wino” Dan Dunn Drank His Way into the Oenophile Inner Circle [Q&A]

By: Kathryn Maier April 11, 2016 Dan Dunn has made a career out of drinking; he’s spent many years writing […]

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Robb Report

Behind the Vines: Wild Women Winery

This welcoming winery in the heart of downtown Denver embraces the irresistible spirit of “wild” women (and men) who thirst […]

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5280 magazine

The Ultimate Wine Road Trip

By Ray IslePosted April 07, 2016 Dan Dunn’s American Wino chronicles the funniest (and craziest) wine road trip since Sideways […]

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Food & Wine

Boulder County farmer grows wine grapes on the Front Range

Local, local wine available to Stonebridge CSA members By Cindy Sutter John Martin breaks a cane checking for spring growth […]

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The Denver Post

5 Unusual Places to Drink Wine Across the Country

When people think of a wine tasting vacation, they think Napa Valley, but guess what? There are gorgeous wineries cropping […]

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The List

Dunne on Wine: Colorado vintners endure a rocky road

BY MIKE DUNNE Special to The Bee For home-grown mood-modifying matter, Colorado is best known for marijuana and craft beer. […]

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The Sacramento Bee

Windsor winery opens in century-old house

By: Jacob Laxen, jlaxen@coloradoan.com   It’s a good thing the original deed at 624 Main Street in Windsor doesn’t have […]

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Coloradoan

One Boulder Location, Three Delightful Wineries

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer One location in north Boulder has everything a wine lover could want: three very different wineries within […]

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Colorado Homes & Lifestyles

Interview with a Winemaker: Michelle Cleveland, Creekside Cellars

By: Elaine Nunn Schoch   My first visit to the Colorado wine region aka Grand Junction and the Palisades is […]

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Carpe Travel

Stoney Mesa named ‘Winery of the Year’

By Hank Lohmeyer Published: Delta County Independent Stoney Mesa Winery on Happy Hollow Road has been named recipient of two […]

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Delta County Independent

What We Love. The Winery and their decadent collection

Chloe makes sure there is a lot of love in the bottles! What We Love. The Winery Sometimes it is […]

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Examiner.com

Winter Wine Fest Ignites Passion for Colorado Wine

First-of-its-kind celebration of our state’s best wine sells out This past Saturday, Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau, in collaboration […]

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Dining Out

Howell: N.C., Colorado wines on the rise

By: Holly Howell     Democrat & Chronicle (Photo: Provided image) Whether you are a football fan or not, you have to […]

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Business Q&A: Balistreri Vineyards, Adams County

Above: Birdie Balistreri pours a glass of wine for a customer during a tasting at Balistreri Vineyards on Jan. 13. […]

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The Denver Post

Beyond the Buzzword: Agritourism Explained

Originally from PeterGreenberg.com on January 27, 2016 at 11:26 am The buzzword in travel during the last decade was ecotourism. […]

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The Travel Detective

Parker winery uncorks a dream

Purgatory Cellars creates buzz since opening last April at Plaza Drive and Progress Way Gary Tassler, co-owner of Purgatory Cellars […]

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Castle Rock News-Press

Remembering Gerald Ivancie, amazing vintner

By Dave Buchanan Tuesday, January 26, 2016 CREDIT:Elizabeth Kennedy/Special to the Sentinel Gerald Ivancie It’s fair to say the life […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Making beer, wine, spirits back as major metro Denver economic force

Annual metro Denver EDC report shows job growth in beverage production and nine other industry clusters — including oil and […]

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The Denver Post

Behind the Vines: Canyon Wind Cellars

Located on a carefully selected property beneath the dramatic Roan Plateau, Colorado’s largest estate winery produced the state’s first $100 […]

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5280 magazine

When a terrific winery closes, it feels almost like a death in family

Boulder Creek Winery in Boulder, Colo., closed its doors in mid-December.   BY DOUG FROST Special to The Star It’s […]

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The Star

The Best Canned Wines for Undercover Drinking on New Year’s Eve

By Justine SterlingPosted December 30, 2015 Stock up on these canned wines before New Year’s Eve. December 31st is the […]

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Food & Wine

Holiday Gift Guide for Every Kind of Foodie

The ultimate presents for chocoholics, home cooks, and more Impress your foodie friends and loved ones with these in-the-know gifts […]

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#UncorkColorado 2015 Governor’s Cup Case Rhone Styled Wines

Thursday, December 17, 2015 #UncorkColorado 2015 Governor’s Cup Case Rhone Styled Wines The Colorado Wine Board wants you, the wine […]

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Wine Compass

8 Worthy American Wine Regions Outside of California

by: Jen Ruiz December 15, 2015 Photo by Alexander Rabb CC BY-NC-ND When people think of wine country in the […]

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Paste Magazine

Some science behind canned wine

The Some science behind canned wine Erika Szymanski December 7, 2015 You don’t need me to tell you that canned […]

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Palate Press

Marguerite Thomas: CO Winemaking Gets Serious

Colorado Winemaking Gets Serious By Marguerite Thomas Dec 1, 2015 As featured on:   Colorado is a notoriously welcoming state […]

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Winereviewonline.com

Interview with a Winemaker, Jay Christianson with Canyon Wind Cellars

By: Elaine Nunn Schoch Earlier this summer I was invited to a small, private, wine tasting for writers here in […]

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WINE OPENERS: They’re not crazy, they’re winemakers

The grape harvest of 2015 reminds us there is nothing simple or sure when it comes to forecasting the future […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Behind the Vines: Turquoise Mesa Winery

Broomfield’s award-winning producer focuses on bringing friends together with great wine. BY: TERRI COOK Tom and Mary Joan Bueb holding […]

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5280 magazine

Grape Expectations

Click here to read the Denver Life Magazine, “Grape Expectations,” by Kimberly Lord-Stewart. […]

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Denver Life

WINE OPENERS: Students learn winemaking process, from grapes to wine

As grape growers and winemakers in the Grand Valley and North Fork Valley tackle what is expected to be the […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Business@Leisure: Wine tasting by bicycle in Palisade, Colorado

Eric Jay TollReporterPhoenix Business Journal The gun-metal gray clouds were rolling across the Grand Mesa southeast of Palisade, Colorado. We […]

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Phoenix Business Journal

FROM VINE AND VINTAGE: THE JOURNEY OF COLORADO WINE

Exploring the state of grape with Settembre Cellars When we first visited Blake and Tracy Eliasson at their cozy tasting […]

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Jump on growing wave of Colorado’s urban wineries

By Rich Mauro THE COLORADO STATESMAN Wine Country. It’s a term that conjures idyllic images of quaint wineries nestled among […]

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The Colorado Statesman

Grand Valley Wine Grape Harvest One of the Best in Recent Years

Harvest provides local winery security for at least the next one to two years. By Melody Gonzales This years local […]

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News Channel 5 Gran Junction

Colorado gem offers grand sightseeing, recreational options

By Margo Bartlett Pesek Las Vegas Review-Journal A logical halfway stopover on the long journey from Las Vegas to Denver, […]

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Las Vegas Review Journal

WINE OPENERS Getting guests to pre-plan their Winefest trip is goal for CAVE

By Dave Buchanan Late arrivals to this year’s Festival in the Park, the signature event for the annual Colorado Mountain […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Denver wine, cider industries growing; It’s harvest time in Colorado

By: Kristen Skovira DENVER, Colo. – It’s Colorado so we talk about beer. A lot. But what about wine and […]

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ABC 7 Denver

Where to Find the Nation’s Best Food, Wine, Music and Art Scenes for Less

DALLAS, Sept. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Major cities like New York, Chicago and Miami are consistently named among the go-to […]

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CNBC

September crush: Boulder, Broomfield wineries hard at work on 2015 vintage

Good harvest after years of frost, freeze By Shay CastleStaff writer Fall is here and so is the regional grape […]

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Daily Camera

8 Reasons to Drive to the Grand Valley

By Ruth Tobias | September 28, 2015 Photo by: GJCVB Pretty soon, taking I-70 west through the mountains to Mesa […]

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Zagat

Talon Wines Profile in Company Week

Talon Wines by Margaret Jackson on September 25, 2015 www.talonwines.com Palisade, Colorado Founded: 2005 Privately owned Employees: 25 You might […]

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Company Week

Palisade is paradise for serious Colorado wine drinkers

By: Dawn Wilson For the Coloradoan As a Fort Collins resident for more than 10 years, I have grown to […]

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Coloradoan

Experience Denver’s most unique wine, cider and beer tasting experiences

Wine tasting in the city, you say? With nary a vineyard in sight? That’s right, and we’re not just talking […]

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Vail Daily

Four Unmissable U.S. Wine Regions You May Have Missed

In this day and age when nearly every secret to the universe can be solved by a split-second Google search, […]

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Snooth

Tour vineyards and learn about viticulture at the Colorado Mountain Winefest

Grape stomping is a thing of dreams: Pulling off socks and shoes to smash wine-wannabes, admiring your purple feet and […]

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Vail Daily

Here’s to 4 Under-the-Radar U.S. Wine Regions

By Jodi Helmer When it comes to wine country in America, Napa and Sonoma get all the attention. While both […]

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next avenue

Wine in cans? The idea is starting to pop in the U.S.

Wine in cans? It just doesn’t track. You hear that unmistakable pop of a beer can opening — only it’s […]

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LA Times

Colorado winery becomes first to open out-of-state satellite location

Ed Sealover Reporter Denver Business Journal In early October, Infinite Monkey Theorem will become the first Colorado winery to open […]

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Denver Business Journal

Wine Openers: Colorado wines, and the concept of ‘terroir’

By Dave Buchanan Wednesday, August 12, 2015 The question of what role terroir plays in winemaking, and if there really […]

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The Daily Sentinel

Governor’s Cup competition showcases Colorado wine advances

By Rich Mauro THE COLORADO STATESMAN “I think the wines this year show great balance and wonderful winemaking skills,” said […]

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The Colorado Statesman

Apple of Our Eye

Colorado craft ciders are ripe for the picking By Kimberly Lord Stewart / Photography by Annette Slade Photography If you […]

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Denver Life

Colorado’s Grand Valley

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Edible Front Range

Behind the Vines: Snowy Peaks Winery

This quaint winery in Estes Park uses only handpicked, Colorado-grown grapes. BY: TERRI COOK The bright and spacious tasting room […]

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5280 magazine

Explore Colorado: Guy Drew Vineyards

Guy Drew Vineyards is in one of the highest concentration of archaeological sites in the country.   Just down the road […]

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CW 2 News

Explore Colorado: Fox Fire Farms Winery

You may not be familiar with wine varietals like Marquette and Traminette, but a sheep and cattle ranch turned winery […]

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CW 2 News

Explore Colorado: Sutcliffe Vineyards

CORTEZ, Colo. — Sutcliffe Vineyards is the closest winery to the Four Corners. It is deep in McElmo Canyon. They […]

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Fox 31 News

Mesa County Fair wine contest honors many local wineries

Eighteen different commercial winemakers from around the state entered their wines in the growing Mesa County Fair contest. The 2011 […]

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Grand Junction Free Press

Explore Colorado: The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey

Jennifer Broome takes us to The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey. […]

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CW 2 News

Infinite Monkey Theorem expands canned line

After popping the top on the canned wine market, a RiNo winemaker is adding a fizzy drink made with Palisade […]

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Business Den

Colorado Cellars in Palisade is one of Colorado’s oldest wineries

For Rich Turley, owning a winery is more than just a business. Colorado Cellars, located at 3553 E Road in […]

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Grand Junction Free Press

Explore Colorado: ‘Back alley’ wine making at Infinite Monkey Theorem

DENVER — Jennifer Broome takes us to the RiNo District in Denver to see what all the buzz is about […]

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CW 2 News

TASTE THE 2015 GOVERNOR’S CUP WINNERS ON AUGUST 1

Back when John Hickenlooper and his partners founded the Wynkoop Brewing Company, Hickenlooper was insistent that Colorado’s first brewpub pronounced […]

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Denver Westword

20 Small Production American Wines for Summer

20 American Wines for Summer Discover how delicious the American Dream tastes with these 20 craft wines that play well […]

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Wine Enthusiast

Vino Salida wins several awards

Ryan Summerlin, Mail Staff Writer  Vino Salida Wine Cellars racked up nine awards at this year’s Governor’s Cup Wine Competition. […]

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mountain-mail

Through the grapevine: Broomfield winery making name for itself

Turquoise Mesa takes Best of Show in Governor’s Cup Competition By Kimberli TurnerStaff Writer Turquoise Mesa Turquoise Mesa Winery is […]

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C SQUARED CIDER KICKS OFF PRODUCTION WITH JULY FOURTH PARTY

BY MARK ANTONATION FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2015 Inside the cider house at C Squared.   The Bindery on Blake building […]

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Denver Westword

Finding wine country in a beer state like Colorado

By Alison Bowen Tribune Newspapers abowen@tribpub.com Twitter @byalisonbowen It’s the breeze, they say, that creates plump grapes and a wine […]

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chicago tribune

Behind the Vines: Settembre Cellars

This is part of a monthly series introducing you to Colorado wineries. BY TERRI COOK JUNE 25 2015, 1:45 PM […]

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5280 magazine

Palisade’s Wine a Remedy for Economic Fever

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Westernslope Now

“Raise a Local Glass” to the Best of Colorado Wine

By Tia Bogeljic | Contributing Writer THE 2015 GOVERNOR’S CUP CASE SHOWCASED THE TOP 12 COLORADO WINES Colorado’s wine industry […]

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Colorado wine winners announced in Governor’s Cup competition

The Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, part of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, has just announced the winners of this […]

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Penny Parker

Platts: Love the Wine You’re With

We are known for many things in Colorado. Most recently, we’ve received national recognition for our budding cannabis industry. But […]

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Aspen Times

Inside Some Colorado Wineries

Inside some Colorado wineries Jun 5, 2015, 6:00am MDT Compiled by Sam Klomhaus, Denver Business Journal   The Infinite Monkey […]

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Denver Business Journal

Bookcliff Vineyards aims to raise the bar on local vintages

Jun 5, 2015, 4:00am MDT Sam Klomhaus Denver Business Journal Bookcliff Vineyards’ winery is located in an inconspicuous industrial complex […]

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Denver Business Journal

Winemaker Profiles: Guy Drew Vineyards

A trailblazing winemaker opens up Southwest Colorado to new vineyards Above all else, Guy Drew has an easygoing sense of […]

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Colorado’s Wines ‘Show a Completeness’

Winiarski: Colorado’s wines ‘show a completeness’ Warren Winiarski holds a bottle of the 1968 Ivancie Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine […]

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The Daily Sentinel

WINEMAKER PUSHES WINE AND WEED PAIRINGS

by Lauren Eads A sommelier has spoken out on the potential of pairing cannabis with wine, as the drug continues […]

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the drink business

Behind the Vines: Balisteri Vineyards

Behind the Vines: Balistreri Vineyards This is part of a monthly series introducing you to Colorado wineries. BY: TERRI COOK […]

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5280 magazine

Get Ready for the Colorado Craft Cider Movement

By Marc Hinton | Enobytes.com Are you aware of the Colorado Craft Cider movement going on in Colorado?  You should […]

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enobytes

Colorado Governor’s Cup 2015

Colorado Governor’s Cup 2015 May 22, 2015     By: Jeff Siegel Midway through yet another enthusiastic debate during the sweepstakes round […]

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Wine Curmudgeon

It’s Rosé Season, Drink Colterris’ Coral

When the sun comes out, toast with this rosé. By: KIM FULLER MAY 18 2015, 10:30 AM Colterris Wines’ cab […]

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5280 magazine

Drinking A True Colorado Wine At The Gateway Of The Rockies

Wine is fabulous. I love wine. I’m not afraid to say it. I’d swim in a bottle of red if […]

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Crooked Flight

Business Q&A: Ruby Trust Cellars, Castle Rock

Ray Bruening pulls a sample of wine from a barrel at Ruby Trust Cellars on May 13. (Anya Semenoff, YourHub) […]

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The Denver Post

What to Drink Now: Settembre Cellars

What To Drink Now: Settembre Cellars Serving place by the bottle By Jeff Steen and Maya Silver | Editors If […]

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Raise a Glass to Colorado’s Wine Harvest Season

KUSA-TV © 2014 Multimedia Holdings Corporation   KUSA – The long awaited harvest season has begun in Colorado’s wine country. […]

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9 News

Expect the Unexpected

Expect the Unexpected Visit Infinite Monkey Theorem for a more casual twist on a sophisticated beverage By Riley Cowing | […]

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Infinite Monkey Theorem: Raising the Bar on Colorado Wines

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The Grapevine Magazine

Palisade-Area Winemakers Get Creative as Cold Weather Nips Grapes

PALISADE — First it was hail that pounded the vines in 2009. Then freezing winter weather decimated the next year’s […]

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The Denver Post

Colorado Wine, Not an Oxymoron

Every state in America makes wine. So everywhere I go, I try to taste at least a few examples of […]

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Wine Spectactor

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Aspen Times Weekly: Colorado Proud

This upcoming week…drum roll please…is Colorado Wine Week.   Yes, in 2011 Gov. John Hickenlooper designated the first week in […]

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The Aspen Times

14 Impressive and Diverse Wines

New reviews from Colorado and the Finger Lakes region of New York – While California, Oregon and Washington are easily […]

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Wine Spectactor

Colorado Wine Country, by Bike

Cycling through Colorado wine country. More than 80% of the grapes grown in Colorado come from the Grand Valley, a […]

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Men's Journal

Colorado’s Wine Ranking, Nothing to Whine About

The travel site TripAdvisor said Tuesday one region in Colorado ranks among the best spots in the country for wine […]

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Trip Advisor

In the Cellar, John Balistreri Does Wine His Own Way

John Balistreri is not interested in making wines for you. “I make wines that I want to drink,” he said […]

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Colorado Table

Colorado Wine, Rooted in History

History     When Colorado Governor George A. Crawford planted 60 acres of grapes on Rapid Creek in 1890, above the town […]

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Grapevines

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BY KENDRA ANDERSON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2012 It’s Drink Local Wine week — so start drinking local, already! A little […]

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Denver Westword

Valley’s Grape Supply Meager

On the surface, the 19th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest in Palisade on Saturday may have seemed no different than the […]

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Valley grape supply

Partners in Pouring

Colo. (KKCO) – A new local wine is emitting a bouquet of success, after winning a double-gold medal at the  […]

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11 News

New Wine Ferments for Festival

High Country Orchards co-owner Theresa High will introduce her first wine this weekend at Colorado Mountain Winefest. High has been […]

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The Daily Sentinel

WineFest in Denver Celebrates Colorado Wines

Swallow Hill Music will be celebrating local wines, food, and folk music at their second annual WineFest on Sun. May […]

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Daily Camera

Boulder Creek’s VIP Reserve is Well Received at the American Wine Tasting in Paris

This was the big day for Paris, France, to sample Colorado wine for the first time. There were about 50 […]

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Boulder Creek Winery

A Wine Destination in Denver

|  Four wineries collaborate for Colorado Winery Row Four wineries have teamed up to provide Denver with a “wine destination” […]

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Neil and Diane Guard Start Winery Adventure with their East Orhcard Mesa Farm

Between fostering 3,000 peach trees and cultivating and selling nine varieties of grapes, Diane and Neil Guard of Avant Farm […]

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Boulder Creek Winery on ‘Where in the Town’ on 9News

Gregg Moss put a new Where In The Town focus on the Colorado wine industry, with a visit to the […]

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9 News

Wineries 1st to Use Colorado’s Shared-Premises Law

Two Grand Junction wineries are the first in the state to take advantage of a two-year-old Colorado law allowing multiple […]

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Denver Business Journal

More women find no glass ceiling in the wine cellar

Roger Fillion/Rocky Mountain News Sunday, January 18, 2009 As director of production and distribution at Denver-based Dazbog Coffee Co., Michelle […]

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