Wine Tasting in Security-Widefield


Wine-and-Cheese Tasting for Two or Cheese Board, Dessert Paring, and Wine at The Winery at Pikes Peak (50% Off)

The Winery at Pikes Peak

The Winery at Pikes Peak

Signature wines & gourmet cheese served in a relaxing garden room; take-home package includes cheeses, chef selected dessert pairing & wine

$50 $25

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Wine Making Class Package for Two or Four at InVINtions, A Creative Winery (Up to 83% Off)

InVINtions, A Creative Winery

Greenwood Village

After personalized tasting session and a wine mixing and fermentation demonstration, guests participate in the wine bottling process

$415 $69

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

Kingman Estates Winery

North Washington

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

$50 $26

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Three-Flight Wine Tasting with "Big Girl" Glass of Wine for Two at Wild Women Wine (50% Off)

Wild Women Wine

Central Business District

Three-taste wine flight, plus an additional “Big Girl” glass of wine and personal wine labels on any purchased bottles of wine

$37 $19

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

Mile High Winery

Mile High Winery

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

$35 $17

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

Ryker's Cellars

Sunny Side

Seven samples of whites and reds with full glass of wine

$36 $18

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

Bonacquisti Wine Company

Northwest Denver

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

$36 $16

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Select Local Merchants

Thanks to its impressive selection of varietals from more than 95 local wineries, The Wines of Colorado has been lauded as "one of the most unique wine shops in the country" by Wine Trail Traveler and featured in the Wall Street Journal. Inside, a mural of larger-than-life bottles lines one wall, and an adjacent room houses an expansive tasting counter that stocks a lineup of bottles filled with Colorado reds and whites, which are often compared to Californian vinos. Their food has received it?s fair share of recognition as well, earning numerous awards, including Best Creekside Dining from the Gazette in 2010 and 2011. The chefs sizzle up signature buffalo wine burgers and creamy dill mahi-mahi, which guests can enjoy on the pine-tree-lined outdoor patio as they sip wine mere steps away from the burbling Fountain Creek.
8045 W Us Highway 24
Cascade,
CO
US
Winemaking and homebrew center in north Colorado Springs, teaching beginners how to make great wine and beer for personal enjoyment.
6820 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs,
CO
US
Avanti Winery handcrafts its own signature wine blends alongside more than 25 local Colorado wines, furnishing oenophiles with myriad grownup grape-juice choices. A bottle of chardonnay ($16.95) transports hints of vanilla, lemon, almonds, and hazelnuts to taste buds, and the popular white table wine ($16.95) melds five varietals potent enough to charm palates and steal guests’ girlfriends at dinner parties. Swill sips of Avanti's table red wine ($17.95) or uncork the signature cabernet sauvignon ($22.95), bursting with maroon-tinged fruits. The merlot ($22.95) introduces cherries and a dry finish to palates, and the port III’s dashes of caramel, cherry, and chocolate ($24.95) form a trio of dessert flavors in tipsifying liquid form. Avanti Winery also offers free wine tastings Thursday–Sunday from a different Colorado winery each month.
9046 W Bowles Ave
Littleton,
CO
US
At their 11th Street facility, Verso invites guests to sample its Colorado-made vintages of cabernet sauvignon. Anniversary parties, wedding banquets, and corporate functions of up to 40 people learn about the finer points of winemaking with fun tastings and classes, while smaller private parties relax with small plates, appetizers, and drinks. Visitors can sip and mingle amid wine barrels, or relish in the experience of tasting wine twelve feet above floor level.
4640 Pecos Street
Denver,
CO
US
Mile High Winery owner and vintner Jon Brickner views winemaking as an art form. When he was searching for the perfect space to open his first operation, Winter Park Winery, Jon met his wife Cassidi, who ran a graphic- and web-design firm. Since then, the two have joined forces to outfit their tasting rooms and wine labels with a colorful and distinct look. The Brickner?s devotion to creativity carries over to Mile High Winery, where Jon continues to churn out handcrafted wines, especially bold reds. Here, the flavors of downtown Denver and its RiNo art district manifest in the form of live music performances, food tastings, and painting classes. But make no mistake: the wine is still the star, with Jon?s creations including an earthy merlot and a medium-bodied cabernet sauvignon infused with hints of berry.
2811 Walnut Street
Denver,
CO
US
4640 Pecos St
Denver,
CO
US
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