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19
Apr

Colorado Winery Spotlight: The Infinite Monkey Theorem

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With their unforgettable name and canned wine, TheInfinite Monkey Theorem has made a name for themselves not just in Denver, but throughout the states. Along with an additional location in Austin, they pride themselves on making their wine accessible to everyone and making wine drinking comfortable and enjoyable.   Ben Parsons, CEO and Winemaker, opened The Infinite Monkey Theorem in 2008 originally in the Santa Fe Arts District. “Ben had always had a passion in the wine industry,” Nicki McTague, VP of Corporate Operations, said, and unfortunately, it was the loss of Ben’s father that really pushed him to open the winery. Ben, originally from England, did a lot of his schooling in Australia and New Zealand, and then he […]

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17
Dec

Red Wine Can Save Your Life

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Lush-ing over good red wine is one thing, but drinking a glass a day to save your life is the best decision you will ever make. By Epiphinae McClennon If adding a glass of your favorite of Cabernet Sauvignon to dinner every night is not apart of your New Year’s resolutions you should reconsider. Whether you are contemplating a new diet or getting your overall health on track, keeping a good bottle of red will come in handy. Drinking red wine has health benefits as long as you drink it in moderation. Cures The Common Cold Just like clock work you get the sniffles the second week of December and you are always trying new ways to beat it before […]

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12
Dec

Exploring Colorado’s Wine Scene: Wild Women Winery

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Looking for a cozy yet hip wine bar downtown? Consider visiting  Wild Women Winery. Residing at the same location for over eight years, this winery is unique in organizational structure, location, and the delicious wines offered. Founded by Charlene Meriwether, Wild Women Winery is a woman’s business: by women and for women. Charlene explains the origin of the idea started under a franchise called “Lone Star Vino”  As the name suggests, this concept came out of Texas. However, since then, the winery has been rebranded to the Wild Women Winery we know today.   For the winery, they are fortunate enough to have an amazing location, making it a true gem. The winery is nestled between 16th street, and the […]

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23
Oct

Exploring Denver with Mile High Wine Tours

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Interested in an exciting wine tour in Denver? Then Mile High Wine Tours can help you! MHWT provides a remarkable wine tasting tour where you will be visiting the finest wineries available in the area and taste Colorado’s most award winning wines.  Check out the video below to see how it works! As you join one of our wine tours you will learn how to Denver wines are made from choosing the highest quality grapes at the right ripeness, handcrafting methods, the blend as well as the fermentation of the wines that certain times of the year you will see. Thus, you will also become highly knowledgeable in terms of producing wines through traditional ways. Most of these wines are hand-crafted to […]

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13
Sep

Mile High Wine Tours – Wine Tasting Tips

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When it comes to wine tasting , most people think of it as a fun activity over the weekend . However since time immemorial wine tasting is not just an entertainment activity to bring people together . It is an art that has been studied and mastered by many .The art of wine tasting goes back to the 14th century ,when wine started being produced .Denver , Colorado has many a wine tasting session, educating crowds and helping them start their magnificent journey to becoming an acclaimed sommelier or just know what they are drinking ! So let’s take you through a little wine education feast People who indulge in this art as a profession, to both taste and teach […]

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11
Sep

Top Five Wine Festivals in Colorado

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Colorado’s wine country consists of over 100 vineyards and wineries in the western slope and about a dozen in the front range. The state is fast becoming known for its high quality wine and wide variety of wine . If you really want to try tasty and high quality wine, you should go directly to the source and visit our Colorado Wineries. You can also find a wide range of Colorado wine tasting events that feature numerous award-winning wineries all at once and in this article we are going to cover some of the best wine festivals in Colorado. Annual Governor’s Cup Wine Tasting This is an event with a lot of tradition behind it. It’s included in many Colorado wine tours and it does […]

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04
Sep

A toast to Colorado Wine

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With almost 300 days of sunshine year after year and the refreshing mountain breeze to keep the nights nice and chilly. Coupled with perfect humidity, nature brings beauty, taste and adventure together into the ideal conditions for growing world-class wine grapes that make way for the perfect character and chemistry required to produce award-winning wines. It is the majestic mountains, bright sunshine, and brilliant blue sky that make Colorado such a beautiful state. When you are looking for the perfect wine lovers paradise, one place you just cannot miss is Denver, Colorado. Home to some of the world’s best distilleries producing some of the finest wines , Denver Colorado is just the place for all you wine lovers. A trip […]

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18
Aug

Colorado Summer Wines

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Allie Kohler It’s a sip of wine, it’s summertime Ah, sweet summertime. Here in Colorado we are in the prime of summer. The days are long and sunny, the nights are cool and relaxing, and best of all, a sip of chilled, sweet wine is perfect on any day for every occasion. Here are some delicious, cooling and refreshing Colorado summer wines that are sure to bring down the heat as the temperature rises. Red Silver Vines Winery Rocky Red ($13)   We all know that there is nothing better than a warming glass of red wine on a cold winter’s night, sipped in front of the fire place or in a steamy bubble bath, but don’t be too quick to […]

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13
Jul

Has your wine gone bad?

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Smell your wine Deciphering between the way wine should smell and the way wine should not smell is pretty easy. When a wine has gone bad it usually has a vinegar smell and a corked wine usually has a musty smell. If the wine smells normal or even fruity than it is probably still good, if it smells different then you might want to go ahead and dump it down the drain. Check your balance Checking the balance of your wine is very important. Factors including the acidity, tannin, and alcohol all need to be balanced properly so that none of them stand out more than the other flavors do. The finish Testing the way your wine finishes is a great way […]

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01
Apr

Urban Wine Making in Denver

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Many times people are shocked to find wineries here in Denver. They are curious to know if there are vineyards or where the grapes come from. More importantly people are often times curious about the urban wine making process.   In a nutshell everything is crushed, aged and bottled here in Denver. Although, as we have often mentioned there are no vineyards here in Denver most of the grapes come from the Western Slope, Grand Junction and Palisade, CO. Harvest is not always good in this beautiful state so many times wineries bring in grapes from California. Ultimately for Denver and Colorado wine makers or vintners the goal is to make excellent hand-crafted wine. One of the most important variables if [...]

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