Wine JournalPosts About The West Elks AVA Wineries
Alfred Eames Cellars annual Holiday Barrel Tasting event is featured in the Daily Sentinel. Writer Dave Buchanan expresses his thoughts about the event.
Grapeful Colorado insists that beer isn’t the only beverage made in Colorado. The Centennial State is chockful of wineries growing in both size and scale.
The Tiny House Label for SkyHawk Winery wines represents this “Place”. A sense of place is what makes somewhere special. The tiny house is where the Bennett family lived when they first came to Paonia. It sits in the vineyard and is their icon.
Tasting Table contributor wrote about Best Colorado Wine and Wineries thanks to the efforts of Josh Niernberg, chef and owner of Bin 707 Foodbar in Grand Junction, who sent him samples of Colorado wine.
Team Storm Cellar! We have something super special to share with you – we are releasing our official project TRAILER! Thank you all for the continued support, comments, LOVE, and visits that you share with us.
Made in Colorado Top 100 Companies include Leroux Creek Vineyards and Big B’s Hard Cider in the Beer, Wine and Spirits category.
By exploring Colorado’s only other designated American Viticultural Area outside of The Grand Valley, you will encounter the high-altitude terroir of the North Fork Valley of the Gunnison River.
The high vineyards present significant challenges to the grape grower, those same elevations offer the winemaker unique and very desirable wine characteristics.
Leroux Creek Vineyards owners quickly decided to relocate from Vail to the North Fork Valley, where they purchased 54 acres to pursue their dream of starting a vineyard and country inn.
Visiting Colorado wine country includes a trip to the West Elks AVA in Delta County, which is a two-hour drive from Palisade.
Jilly3 of Aspen Real Life describes how to drink wine in Paonia. The author took a 2 hour drive from Aspen to reach the “Culinary Capital” of the Rockies.
Instead of merely stopping by the vineyard, you can linger on Azura’s property by staying a night (or a week) in the cozy, terracotta-tiled guesthouse that Ty Gillespie designed.