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All the news “fit to print” covering Colorado Wine since May 2023—the only one-stop shop for local and national press. Use the search bar below to find wine topics whether by winery name, person, publication, etc. 

(Photo credit “Paonia General Scenery” to the John Fielder Gallery hosted at Colorado Wine.)

CO News - 2024

Celebrating Colorado Wine & Spirits (Wine Lady Out West)

You know what’s wild? For all the wine “holidays” and dedicated months celebrating specific wine regions, there is no Colorado Wine & Spirits month (yet)! Having lived in Denver for nearly a decade, and having tried numerous wines and spirits from across the Centennial State, I’m on a mission to

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CO News - 2024

High-Tech Wine (CMU Now)

Colorado Mesa University’s Viticulture & Enology Program has received a $50,000 grant from ETS Laboratories in St. Helena, California, marking a significant boost for western Colorado’s winemaking industry. The grant, to be distributed in annual installments of $10,000 over five years, will extend ETS Laboratories’ sophisticated analytical services to CMU

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VinCO
CO News - 2024

2023 VinCO Awards of Excellence Announced! (WIN)

The Colorado Association for Viticulture & Enology (CAVE) just finished their annual VinCO & WCHS Conference and Trade Show, which took place January 15-18 at the Grand Junction Convention Center. VinCO is the region’s premier grape growing and winemaking conference and brings together top experts in enology, viticulture, and marketing.

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Horse in vineyard West Elks AVA
CO News - 2023

Colorado Wines Hitting High Points (Forbes)

During a recent trip within the U.S., the car’s GPS navigation system took me on an unexpected route between Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Basalt, Colorado. It steered me through a small town named Paonia in western Colorado, where I happened to have spent time—decades ago—as an intern for an environmental

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CO News - 2023

Old World Meets New World (Thirst Colorado)

One might not think that a Bordeaux-style wine could be made outside the French region of the same name. However, three local wineries have gathered enough acclaim for their product to be featured on the new AmaWaterways Taste of Bordeaux River Cruise.

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