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In episode #7 of Wine and Design, we visit Denver’s Bonacquisti Wine Co. to open wines from produced from grapes grown all over Colorado (Paonia, Grand Valley, Cortez), including a delightful fizzy Riesling made by our host for the day and a fabulous 15-year-old Merlot produced by Boulder Creek Winery. What’s in the glass: 2016 Bonacquisti

Colorado wine. Ever heard of it? This is a state generally known for its mountains — and all the recreation that comes along with it — which means its vibrant and growing agriculture industry often gets overlooked. Well, stop overlooking it. The Western Slope (especially the Palisade area) is home to beautiful fruit orchards and

Sunnyside has become one of the hot neighborhoods in Denver over the last two or three years, which means Paul Bonacquisti can lay claim to being a true trendsetter. He opened his namesake winery — Bonacquisti Wine Co., Denver’s first urban winery — in the neighborhood in which he lives all the way back in 2006,

When spring starts turning to summer, it means one thing: Pink wine season. As an avid fan of rosés, I’ve come to respect the casual elegance of this ‘tweener wine (somewhere between a red and a white wine). Rosés often get a bad rep, based on Kool-Aid sweetened versions that cost $5 at the corner liquor

We all love toasting a glass of Champagne during the holiday season. For most, it’s simply a festive and delicious way to celebrate. Then there’s the rest of us who love bubbles more than bacon. If you have one of these serious onephiles on your holiday shopping list this year, we offer you three Christmas gifts for

You know you’ve always wanted a Dream Wine Wall (kinda like that one to the right) to shine in your living room, and we’d love to give you the chance to win one if you happen to be in Denver this weekend. We’ll be at Cherry Arts at Stanley Marketplace all weekend, showing off some of

The Most Important Wine Label

Wednesday, 19 August 2015 by

  Every bottle of wine has a story. Some are better than others. Hiding any label in a dark corner is essentially hiding the story of the wine. This was a driving principle behind VintageView founder Doug McCain’s inventing of our label-forward wine racks in 2001. Wine labels should to be a focal point, visually, of wine collections

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