Mile High Wine Tours in LA Times’ Denver Company Wine Events Mention
Colorado is having a boom in their wine industry this year. Denver corporate wine events have been on the rise as well! Guests get to taste incredible wines and eat equally delicious food. This growing wine scene is inspiring tourists and locals alike to explore what Denver has to offer in terms of wine, gastronomy, and wine-making. There have been more and more wineries springing up around the city, giving wine fans and those with desiring something different than the normal brew a new Denver experience.
Recently, several wineries including Bigsby Folly, Infinite Monkey Theorem Winery, Balistreri Vineyards, Carboy Winery and Mile High Wine Tours were mentioned in a Los Angeles Times article by Kristin Braswell. The article highlighted the growing urban wine scene in Denver, Colorado where they featured the increased in the growth of wine in the Mile High city each year.
The Denver Post has reported that the Denver is still has a small wine and winery industry. Wine sales in Colorado only make for about 2% in the market before. Denver has expanded 15% consistently since 1992 indicated by the Colorado wine industry group in the article.
The Denver Post also shared that the sourced of their grapes are mostly on the western slope of the Rocky Mountain. They said that the area creates the perfect blend of elements to produce wines with its low moistness, warm days and cool evenings.
They likewise highlighted the things that the people will witness during the tour in Colorado’s biggest urban winery scene. These are the Infinite Monkey Theorem which opened a decade ago, Balistreri Vineyards, the first urban winery to open in the city of Denver, Carboy Winery, this is housed in a mechanical working with a wooden back bar and line of specialty wines on tap and Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery, this is a winery and diner that offers visitors a great experience in the River North Art District area of Denver. You will see and get to experience all of this in the heart of Denver.
Mile High Wine Tours is indeed known to be the best in Denver company wine events, bachelorette and birthday parties. We are also one of the top activities to be in Denver. Group tours run Thursday – Sunday and private wine tours run every day. We have professional tour guides and event coordinators to help you plan and host the perfect tour for your company group. We’ll let you choose if you’d like to have an event at your office or just visit a few of these wonderful wineries in the area. Mile High Wine Tours certainly creates an all-inclusive wine and food experience from beginning to end.
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By Beatriz Wong