Wine JournalPosts About The West Elks AVA Wineries
Of the 12 wines selected to comprise the 2023 Governor’s Cup Collection, Alfred Eames Cellars received the Best in Show award for its 2019 Carmena at the Colorado Uncorked event.
Denver Life wrote an article about Wine Country in Western Slope of Colorado. They highlighted several wineries in Palisade and the West Elks.
The Colorado Governor’s Cup Winemaking Competition is the only statewide wine making competition exclusively for Colorado Wineries. In 2023 the AVA Wineries did very well!
Kristen Kuchar of Colorado Thirst composed an article celebrating women winemakers in Colorado including The Storm Cellar’s Jayme Henderson.
In this Sommeliers Choice Awards article, Simone FM Spinner discusses emerging wine regions such as the Grand Valley AVA and West Elks AVA.
Each winery on a West Elks AVA road trip creates a unique entrance, and visiting Stone Cottage Cellars is no exception.
The devastating reality for most of Colorado’s wine grape growers and producers is a loss of between 80-100% of most wine grapes for the 2021 growing season.
Mesa Winds Winery specializes in growing cool climate varieties including Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Gris and Chambourcin.
Charcuterie and a bottle of Qutori Pinot Noir is a great combination to enjoy on a sunny (or even cloudy) afternoon at Root and Vine Market.
The Modern Eater went out on a Western Slope road trip and took a tour of The Storm Cellar with Jayme Marie Henderson and Steve Steese!
MaryAnn Worobiec found plenty of Rocky Mountain Wines to recommend, and many passionate vintners. Each state has its own winemaking history, distinct regions and pioneering winemakers.
Deemed best among the fourteen wines selected for the 2019 Governor’s Cup Collection, Qutori Wines’ 2017 Syrah placed Best in Show!