If you are like most people you are very happy to be able to go out and enjoy amazing wine in Colorado. Well, you’re in luck, keep reading for the top upcoming wine festivals with dozens of the best Colorado wineries and wine!

Front Range Wine Festival

Colorado Front Range Wine FestivalThe annual Front Range Wine Festival is back! Taking place on August 21st in Windsor Colorado, this wine festival is perfect for all wine experts and enthusiasts. Featuring Meadery of the Rockies, St Kathryn Cellars, Talon Winery, and much more. Tickets start at 40 dollars and free transportation is available from nearby hotels. A general admissions ticket includes a commemorative wine glass, wine tote, and, most importantly, unlimited wine tastings from over 35 wineries. Step it up with VIP tickets, which include catered food and a wine bar. To learn more about the event and purchase tickets visit the Front Range Wine Festival website.

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Estes Park Wine Festival

Estes Park Colorado Wine FestivalTaking place in Bond Park in downtown Estes Park, Estes Park Wine Festival is an experience worth checking out. Some attending wineries include Red Fox Cellars, Mountain Spirit Winery, Dragon meadery, and much more. Tickets are also starting out at around 40 dollars but are selling out fast. Hurry and join us on August 14th and 15th from 11 am to 5 pm. Come support local vendors and enjoy the best of Coloradoan wine, live music, and food. Visit the Estes Park Wine Festival website to begin your wine experience.

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Colorado Mountain Winefest

Colorado Mountain Wine FestivalVoted the best wine festival in the U.S., Colorado Mountain Winefest is a must for all wine lovers in the country. Even more special, Colorado Mountain Winefest is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so don’t miss out! Tickets are still available to book on the Colorado Mountain Winefest website and are likely to sell out soon. The event will include chef demos, educational seminars, and live music. The main event will be located at the Riverbend Park in Palisade but activities will occur all around Grand Valley. Some activities include ice carving demos and art contests. You may also explore the surrounding farmer’s markets for the opportunity to taste some of Palisade’s nationally recognized fruit and honey. The event will take place during the weekend of Colorado Wine Week on September 18th and 19th.

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