Having a partner turns bouncing a ball into a tennis match, a monologue into a conversation, and a bear attack into a slightly longer bear attack. Experience the power of pairing with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$22 for a wine-and-cheese tasting for two (a $46 total value)
- Taste of six wines per person (a $20 value)
- One glass of wine per person (a $14 value)
- One cheese platter (a $12 value)<p>
$39 for a wine-and-cheese tasting for four (a $92 total value)
- Taste of six wines per person (a $40 value)
- One glass of wine per person (a $28 value)
- Two cheese platters (a $24 value)<p>
With the guidance of knowledgeable staffers, guests appraise the tannins, flavor profile, and stock portfolio of each grape by introducing six varietals to their palates. The 92-year old Manitou Spa Building serves as a backdrop for the red and white libations, and flavorful cheese melts in wine-stained mouths like Matchbox cars in a microwave.<p>
The vintners at D’Vine Wine ferment, hand-blend, and bottle their wines on location and lead tastings to help novice wine enthusiasts ascend to connoisseur status. Inside the historic 92-year-old Manitou Spa Building, Wine club members sip on glasses of Rojo Grande, a dry Spanish table wine with notes of cloves and pepper, or crisp white pinot grigio. Rent the winery for special occasions for up to 75 people or create customized wines at the facility, which is fully equipped with knowledgeable vintners, barrels, and grape-stomping robot feet.
D'Vine Wine strives to make the winemaking process approachable. Rather than creating highbrow vintages in a vineyard far from civilization, they import wine-quality grapes to their local wine shops and craft their wines in full view of customers. There, visitors can sip a creation in-house, buy a bottle, or join the wine club for a bounty of discounts, new releases, and photo ops with famous varietals. But D'Vine Wine doesn't stop there. The wine experts also let customers in on the process, leading them through the steps of blending, fermenting, and bottling their own wines, whether they prefer reds such as Rojo Grande, a dry Spanish table wine with notes of cloves and pepper, or crisp white pinot grigio. Custom wine labels put a finishing touch on the personalized process, resulting in a unique creation that's ideal for gift giving or enjoying at home.