Denver January 20, 2017
The 6 Most Beautiful Wineries Around Denver
It is a well known fact that Denver (and the entire state) is home to some of the best microbrews in the world… but would you believe me if I told you that not everyone enjoys a tall glass of frothy hops? Crazy, I know, but there is good news for those of you who prefer the fermented grape over the hop, as Denver is home to these 6 beautiful wineries:
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1.) Balistreri Vineyards (1936 E 66th Ave.)
Located in the heart of Denver, Balistreri Vineyards offers patrons not only tours of their lush vineyards, but tastings (complete with perfect cheese pairings), special events, and a daily lunch menu as well.
2.) Redstone Meadery (4700 Pearl St #2A, Boulder)
Don't let the down-played exterior or weathered sign fool you; this Boulder institution serves the king of fermented honey wines along with their famous (and FREE) tours!
3.) Spero Winery (3316 W 64th Ave.)
If you think the ambiance of this family owned and operated winery looks amazing, wait until you get a taste of one of their award-winning masterpieces...
4.) Bonacquisti Wine Company (4640 N Pecos St.)
Cheers to you, Bonacquisti Wine Company, who has not only an unforgettable wine selection, but special chocolate tastings, live music nights, and BYOV (Bring Your Own Vinyl) events.
5.) Kingman Estates Winery (800 East 64th Ave.)
Who wants to take a costly trip to Napa when fine and premiere wines can be found at Denver's Kingman Estates? (Better yet, Kingman even offers a special wine club membership for the true wino... err, I mean enthusiast.)
6.) Infinite Monkey Theorem (3200 Larimer St.)
What; you didn't know that good wine comes in a can? Then you have never had the "Urban Winery" perfection that comes from this recognizable Larimer St. building.
For even more memorable Denver experiences, check out
9 Unforgettable Tours Everyone In Denver Should Take At Least Once.