OutThere Colorado - Whether you prefer a red, white, dry, sweet, or bubbly, chances are, there’s a wine festival that’s right for you. Here are some of the best Colorado wine festivals for winos around the Centennial State to enjoy this summer and beyond. Read More..
VacationIdea - Wine is revered all over the globe and has been enjoyed for thousands of years. Highly popular due to its unique flavors and notes, wine can vary greatly from one region to the next, or even simply from one vineyard to the next. Wine is grown all over the world, with plenty [...]
BEACON Senior News - The 27th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest was an overwhelming success! Along with being the state’s largest wine festival, attracting nearly 7,000 guests from all over the world, Winefest is also the primary fundraiser for the Colorado Association for Viticulture & Enology (CAVE). This sold-out event (for the fourth year in [...]
KDVR DENVER — This year, Americans will drink more than four billion bottles of wine. That’s about three gallons per person. But these days, wine country doesn’t just mean Napa and Sonoma. Some of the best wines around are being barreled and bottled in the Colorado high country. Our state is now home to [...]
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Colorado Mountain Winefest has been awarded the Outstanding Tourism Initiative Award!
America has voted! USA Today 10Best has nominated Colorado Mountain Winefest as the Number 1 Wine Festival in the U.S.!
The Daily Sentinel - A full two hours before the gates opened to Saturday’s Festival in the Park, an exclamation point to the 26th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest presented by Alpine Bank, the line of ticketholders curled beyond the sign warning would-be attendees no more tickets were available. Past the boldly lettered “Sold Out” sign, [...]
KKCO/KJCT8 - The 26th annual Colorado Mountain Winefest sold out for the third year in a row. Over 6,500 vendors, attendees and volunteers filled the park. “Just in the park celebrating Colorado wine on a beautiful day with thousands of close friends,” Cassidee Shull, executive director CAVE and Colorado Mountain WineFest, said. It’s been a [...]
The Daily Sentinel - When the Colorado Mountain Winefest started in 1992, it was meant to bolster tourism and the wine industry on the Western Slope. Twenty-five years later, it’s safe to say it’s been a success. After starting with five wineries and 500 attendees the first year, Winefest — as it’s simply become known [...]