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.
You won't be disappointed at Two Wine Cru Promotional Private Labeling in Castle Rock, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu.
Two Wine Cru Promotional Private Labeling is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease.
At Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar, there are many ways to treat yourself—more than 75, to be specific. That’s the approximate count of the international and regional wines that populate the racks at the wine bar, which earned Open Table’s 2012 Top 100 Notable Wine Lists in the USA award. Ranging from New Zealand sauvignon blanc to Italian prosecco and syrah made in Colorado, diners have seemingly limitless pairing options to complement the kitchen’s bistro cuisine: margherita classico flatbreads, fried calamari, and house-made gnocchi just to name a few dishes. The sommelier can also make wine and food pairing suggestions. As you sip and dine, the floor-to-ceiling windows provide awe-inspiring views of the Front Range and the patio offers a place to sink into plush couches beside a fire pit.
Find something on the menu for everyone at Kate's Bistro in Littleton.
Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at this restaurant won't disappoint.
Don't miss out on the great happy hour deals at Kate's Bistro.
Those hoping to avoid the weekend rush will do best visiting the restaurant during the week.
For patrons' convenience, nearby parking is readily available.
Bike parking is quick and easy at Kate's Bistro.
You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Kate's Bistro, so plan your budget accordingly.
Owners Rita and Eldon Larson constantly refine their eclectic cellar stocked with more than 700 varietals from every corner of the planet. During wine tastings, guests sample premium vinos such as Don Olegario Albarino and Vietti Nebbiolo. Throughout, knowledgeable and accessible staff members happily answers questions and demonstrate the 25 different pronunciations of the word tannin.
At the adjoining café’s elegant tables, forks spear seared sea scallops and other savory entrees designed for pairing with selections from the 150-bottle wine list. Peckish patrons can also pluck heirloom prosciutto from charcuterie plates or bait traps for classy mice with morsels from 11 different cheese plates. Chef Jason Lee alleviates the stress of decision making with his prix fixe wine dinners, which complement entrees with appropriate sips.
Wine Source of Colorado in Aurora has a wide variety of flavors and price points, so you can break open a bottle for some easy drinking or save one to celebrate a special occasion.
Whether you prefer white or red, sweet or dry, Wine Source of Colorado has wine options for everyone.
A great selection of parking spots are nearby.
When you want to expand your wine knowledge, stop by Wine Source of Colorado today and pick up some new wines.