Wine JournalPosts About The West Elks AVA Wineries
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!
KVNF’s Local Motion program focused on Colorado Agritourism featuring The Storm Cellar’s Jayme Henderson and Steve Steese plus Delicious Orchards and Big B’s Jeff Schwartz.
From Sommeliers to Winemakers is Jayme Henderson and Steve Steese’s story about opening the new West Elks AVA winery – The Storm Cellar.
Big B’s Hard Cider was first produced in 2007 and was the first in the state to can hard cider and started producing it before the recent boom in cider popularity.
Storm Cellar Winery Q and A session with Jayme Henderson and Steve Steese. Conducted by Callie Sumlin of 5280 magazine, February 2019 issue.
Wine Enthusiast Stone Cottage Cellars April 2019 review of the 2017 Syrah and 2016 Dry Gewurztraminer praises the quality of both wines.
Colorado FIVE is a diverse and influential lineup of chefs and beverage luminaries who care about so deeply the well being of Colorado’s culinary and beverage scene.
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.