Wine Tasting in Homestead

Wine-and-Cheese Tasting Tour for Two, Four, or Six at Ten Bears Winery (50% Off)

Ten Bears Winery

Ten Bears Winery

$28 $14

The staff pairs smooth Colorado wines with specially selected cheese and crackers allowing guests to enjoy complementary flavors

Tasting Package for Two or Four with Tour and Wine Credit at Kingman Estates Winery (Up to 51% Off)

Kingman Estates Winery

North Washington

$50 $25

Winery spotlights Colorado grapes in handcrafted white and red wines such as fruity viogniers and peppery cabernet sauvignons

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Bonacquisti Wine Company (Up to 63% Off)

Bonacquisti Wine Company

Northwest Denver

$36 $16

Executive sommelier Paul Bonacquisti leads budding oneophiles through a wine tasting, introducing them to various varietals

Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Ryker's Cellars (Up to 51% Off)

Ryker's Cellars

Sunny Side

$36 $18

Seven samples of whites and reds with full glass of wine

Wine-Tasting Package for Two, Four, or Six at Mile High Winery (Up to 59% Off)

Mile High Winery

Denver

$35 $17

Handcrafted wines served in a space with art and decor inspired by downtown Denver

$29 for a Wine Tasting for Two with a Take-Home Bottle at Wild Women Wine (Up to $55 Value)

Wild Women Wine

Wild Women Wine

$55 $29

Three-taste wine flight, plus an additional full glass of wine and a bottle to take home with a personal wine label

Private Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Verso Cellars (Up to 57% Off)

Verso Cellars

Within Metropolis Coffee

$60 $29

Wine tastings include an appetizer and bottle of premium Verso Cellars cabernet sauvignon

Wine Tasting for Two or Four People at InVINtions, A Creative Winery (Up to 75% Off)

InVINtions, A Creative Winery

Greenwood Village

$120 $44.75

During personalized two-hour session, staff walk customers through unlimited tastings of red and white wines with take-home wine glasses

$7 for $12 Worth of Wine Tasting — The Designer's Vault Tasting Room

The Designer's Vault

Glenwood Springs

$12 $7

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Select Local Merchants

Cuisine Type: Made-from-Scratch Modern American Cuisine
Established: 2010
Reservations: Recommended
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 25–50
Parking: Free street parking
Most popular offering: Gnocchi Mac 'n' Cheese and Ranch Steak
Kid-friendly: No
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pro Tip: Come ready to experience a higher level of service and quality of food.

Q&A with April Brigham, Owner

What made you want to work with food? When did you first develop that passion?
Chef and owner Howard Brigham grew up in Fort Collins. His parents managed local restaurants here, and he began working in them at the age of 15. He developed his skills and love of creative cuisine over the years, and is proud to own a restaurant in his hometown.

Has your business won any awards?
We received 5 stars from _Feasting Fort Collins and Top 10 Date Nights and Top 10 Happy Hours from Style magazine._

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Our staff is knowledgeable about our wine selections, and loves to help our customers discover a new favorite wine.

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
At d'Vine, we use fresh and local ingredients whenever possible. We are a scratch kitchen, and take pride in serving our customers American food with a Mediterranean flair. Our menus change with the season, so we can keep offering our customers new and exciting menus.

2580 E Harmony Rd
Fort Collins,
CO
US

To Grant Jennings, wine is more than just a way to unwind at the end of the day—it’s his career. When he isn't teaching wine classes, he’s at home curating his own blends or working with the UC Davis winemaking program. His dedication to the craft infuses the atmosphere at Brix Wine and Spirits, where the staff members pick up on their boss' enthusiasm and happily guide customers through a collection of wines and beers selected to appeal to the discerning palate. The cozy shop, complete with exposed-brick pillars and golden-cylinder light fixtures, also offers locally produced beverages and small-production wines‚those varietals that are often too short to ride the upside down rollercoasters. The staff also hosts wine classes, beer classes, private wine tastings, and alcohol-education events.

6130 E Crossroads Blvd
Loveland,
CO
US

Since 1999, founder Lino DiFelice has paid tribute to his Italian heritage with customized micro-batch wines made to customers? specifications?often by the customers themselves. Armed with more than three decades in the business, a staff of experienced oenophiles, and grapes from Italy, France, and California, DiFelice is able to guide his guests through the bottling process as they select the flavors that best suit their tastes. At tastings, customers can mix a concoction from scratch and wait for the fermentation process, or select one of Vintages? signature reds and whites.

120 W Olive St
Fort Collins,
CO
US

Sylvia Chan loved painting when she was a child, but the only formal training she received was in high-school art classes and while studying fashion design. Her love for the art stayed with her later in life, though, and she eventually founded Picasso and Wine, creating a supportive, stress-free environment where guests could exercise their passion for painting while getting guidance from local artists. These highly social art parties remain open to any skill level, and the studio provides all the paints, canvases, and brushes. Each session presents attendees with an original work—such as a city skyline or a fall landscape—and tasks them with creating a faithful rendition of the piece while using sips of wine, beer, or gourmet tea to jump-start their creative impulses. The instructors offer helpful tips for capturing the light or painting anti-theft symbols into the background, and they allow partygoers to take their pieces home afterward.

1555 Main St
Windsor,
CO
US

Ten Bears Winery produces smooth, handcrafted wines through a fermentation process that involves french-oak aging and an exclusive winter-hibernation technique. To begin, the facility?s winemaker hand-selects the finest grapes available, and by the time those grapes reach the bottling line, they?ve been transformed into easy-to-drink, well-balanced Colorado wines, many of which populate the shelves at local retailers. For a more personalized wine-drinking experience, Ten Bears also offers private tastings and a custom labeling service that adorns bottles with company logos, pictures, and personal pager numbers.

5114 County Road 23E
Laporte,
CO
US

When Santa Claus brought Left Hand Brewing Company’s cofounder Dick Doore his very first home-brewing kit, the jolly man unknowingly set Dick on a whole new life path. Home brewing became an obsession, and soon he had partnered with his college buddy Eric Wallace and started making their first batch of beer: the Sawtooth Ale. Just a few months later, Dick and Eric took home two medals at the Great American Beer Festival.

Nearly 20 years later, the brewery’s accomplishments have swelled: 16 medals in the Great American Beer Festival, 8 medals at the World Beer Cup, and 3 medals at the European Beer Star. The brewery was also the first craft-beer company to master bottling a nitrogenized craft beer without a widget, owing to the introduction of their popular milk stout. Its extensive offering of brews is now available in 25 markets. Favorites include the golden crisp Polestar Pilsner and a roasty black Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout, both of which are available in the Longmont tasting room.

1265 Boston Ave
Longmont,
CO
US