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05
Mar

5 Things to Know About Colorado Wine

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  Colorado wine particularly refers to wine made from grapes grown in the United States’ state of Colorado. Most of Colorado’s vineyards are on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains, though many are on the Front Range.  Prohibition in the United States virtually wiped out the Colorado wine industry in the early 20th century, […]

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07
Apr

Springtime Spritzer

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Hello Readers! I hope you are enjoying that springtime weather, I know I am. I am so ready for summer and all the warmth it brings; I’m over not being able to go anywhere without a coat. I myself am always cold, but since it is getting warmer out, I would like to share a […]

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02
Apr

Wine…It’s What’s For Dinner

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Feat. Sangiovese   One of the most popular varietals of Italy, Sangiovese grapes are grown in the Tuscany region of central Italy and are used to produce great wines such as Chianti, Vino Nobile do Montepulciano, and Brunello di Montalcino. Though mostly grown in Tuscany, the Sangiovese grapes are used for wines in the regions […]

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31
Mar

The Ultimate Red Wine and Chocolate Pairing

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We all know that red wine and chocolate is a match made in heaven. There’s such a satisfaction that comes with finding a wine and chocolate pairing that complement each other so well. The richness of a Merlot paired with a dark chocolate cake? Yes, please! Red wine and chocolate are often enjoyed together – […]

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