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01
Nov

The Top Seven Denver Holiday Events

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It’s officially the start of the holiday season, and we are bringing you the top Denver holiday events this year. From spooky Halloween events to Thanksgiving and more, we will feature some of the events that you should pencil-in in your calendar. October through December rings in the seasons to celebrate. During the start of these time may be a little chilly in preparation for the winter time ahead, so you’ll have the fall colors, harvest festivals, and cultural events are in full swing. Here are some Denver holiday events you wouldn’t want to miss. Kundalini yoga There are a lot of ways to keep fit before the holidays come in and one of them is doing yoga. You can […]

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24
Sep

Denver Holiday Company Event Ideas

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There’s absolutely no tricks needed to make your Denver holiday company event successful. If you’d like to really engage your co-workers, and your valued clients read on for these fun holiday company event ideas. You’ll have the most creative, fancy team-building activities and ways to entertain your employees that we’ve found, here at Mile High Wine Tours. Most common holiday company event ideas out there can be done on-site at your company premises. But, if you’re angling for a more elaborate event, a day tour, dinner at a restaurant, hotel or resort involving overnight stays is the way to go. Whatever you choose from our list, we’re sure you’ll love it! Why is a holiday company event important? Holiday company […]

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13
Sep

Exciting Denver Fall Activities

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There’s already a chill in the air and we all know what that means! The fall season has finally arrived and we are going to share with you some exciting Denver fall activities you can go to. Some of you may want to plan a romantic weekend with your special someone, a wholesome activity for the family, and even check out free events around the city. Here’s a handy guide to help find the perfect activity in Denver in the coming season. Exciting Denver Fall Activities To Watch Out For     Mountain Winefest September 15th to 17th is this year’s 27th Annual Colorado Mountain Winefest, at the Riverbend Park in Palisade. Colorado’s largest and oldest wine festival featuring dozens […]

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31
Jul

Denver Corporate Wine Tours – It’s About Wines and Vineyards

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Are you planning your next Denver corporate wine tour event soon? We have the perfect luxury wine tour just for you. You’ll experience fine food, superb wines, and spirits, just like you deserve. Especially as we have the best industry partners making your experience all the more memorable. Mile High Wine Tours wants to highlight the best food and drink that Denver has to offer on your corporate wine tour. You will get a behind the scenes look at Denver winemaking, Colorado vineyards, and wineries in Denver. We wouldn’t be the highest rated wine tour company in Denver and Colorado without our industry partners. We have been working closely with many urban wineries from around Denver to promote the finest […]

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07
Feb

Colorado Wine Industry Growth

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Do you think you drink a lot of wine? You’re not alone. Here is an interesting fact you probably didn’t know: Consumers of wine in Colorado enjoy more than the average US consumer, 3.1 v.s. 2.5 gallons per person each year. Geography Why is this the case? Colorado’s wine industry has grown at a significantly greater average annual pace than other expected states like California. Colorado has experienced a 15% growth rate since 1992. There are multiple factors affecting this expansion. With more than 300 days of sunshine on average per year, Colorado sees ideal conditions for growing grapes. Along with the sun exposure, Colorado’s climate consists of low humidity, warm days, and cooler evenings. Colorado’s vineyards are present in […]

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03
Nov

How to Host a Successful Company Holiday Party

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A great company holiday party is not about the party itself, it’s a representation of what your employees mean to your organization. This is a wonderful way to say thank you to the people who make your business successful. It’s no surprise that companies that host a well-planned holiday party also retain more employees. To learn how to host a successful holiday party this year, follow our simple guideline below.   If you’re looking for a fun new way to throw your company holiday party, book a wine tour with us! Click here for more information. Why Host a Company Holiday Party? Builds culture. Boosts morale. Helps you and your employees get to know one another. Shows gratitude in a […]

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26
Oct

Colorado Wines: The Next Big Thing

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Colorado Wines When it come to wine regions in the world, Colorado probably doesn’t come to mind. With places like Italy, Spain, Portugal, Chile, California, and France dominating, Colorado vineyards have some tough competition. Being new to the industry, Colorado wines find it hard to compete against wine regions that have been famous for many years.   Regardless of the competition, Colorado wines are up and coming. In fact, Colorado has an advantage. Since it’s so new, it might be more exciting than the Napa and Sonoma Valley wines that we are all too familiar with. How Many Vineyards are in Colorado? The amount of Colorado vineyards may seem sparse, but this isn’t the case. Colorado currently has nearly 60 […]

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20
Oct

Halloween Themed Wine

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Halloween is a holiday enjoyed by both children and adults, for different reasons. While children enjoy trick or treating for the best candy; the older generations can trick or treat for the best wine. If you are hosting a Halloween party this year, you might plan on providing adult-friendly beverages. Consider the three following wines to match the theme. Vampire Cabernet Sauvignon “Sip the blood of the vine”. This wine is made of grapes from Mt. Veeder in Napa Valley. This winery offers a number of wines, all with the vampire-themed label. They have even opened the Vampire Lounge & Tasting Room in Beverly Hills.   If you are looking for full-bodied wine with a nice finish, the Vampire cabernet is […]

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11
Oct

Charitable Bottles of Wine

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Charitable Bottles What could be better than purchasing great wine that makes donations with each sale? If you’re interested in giving back, consider drinking more charitable wine! In a brilliantly convenient move, wine labels and charities are teaming up to give everyone what they want: wine and a better world. Listed below are 3 wines you can purchase that support worthy causes. Dreaming Tree Wines Co-founded by musician Dave Matthews, The Dreaming Tree promotes sustainable and environmental efforts. Their wine list include Crush Red Blend, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay. For every bottle sold, a portion goes to environmental conservation groups such as The Wilderness Society and Living Lands & Waters. On top of the donations, the wines set […]

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04
Oct

The Best of Boxed Wines

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If you’ve ever “tapped” a box or slapped a bag, you surely know the ropes when it comes to boxed wine. From cans to boxes, producers are becoming more eco-friendly with their packaging, without losing quality. Boxed wine are typically given a bad name, and unfortunately a lot of it is deserved. Bad wine is bad wine, no matter how cheap or expensive it is. Luckily, there are wines in a box that will surprise you in the best way. Below we have listed 4 wines not in a bottle for you to enjoy. Wineberry Chateau Tassin Rosé Whoever said wine in a box couldn’t be classy obviously never showed up to a party with a wooden Wineberry box and won […]

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