Colorado Wineries

Colorado has more than majestic peaks and great ski areas. This is wine country! Colorado wineries have some of the highest altitude vineyards in the world. From the Front Range and the Rocky Mountains to the Four Corners Region your taste buds will be delighted as you sample some of Colorado's award winning wines. The majority of the vineyards are located in the Grand Valley of Southwest Colorado. These high vineyards produce some fantastic grapes in close proximity to the Black Canyon and the Gunnison Gorge.

Adventure Team's Favorite Wines

Keep in mind that we have not sampled all of the wineries yet but rest assured we are working on it, albeit a little faster than we should be. We will also have a directory with a complete listing coming soon.

Stoney Mesa

This Grand Valley vineyard makes some amazing wines. They have a great merlot that pairs well with red meat and my favorite, wild game. They have a nice tasting room that is open daily. We advise making time for a visit to this beautiful winery.

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Colorado Wine Room

The Colorado Wine Room is your one stop tasting room that exclusively serves Colorado Wines. If you want to sample a variety of wine without visiting all the individual Colorado Wineries this wine room is sure to please. Located in Fruita they use a blind panel to select premium wines and have a great wine club. For more information visit theColorado Wine Room.

Wines of Colorado

Another wine room that has a large selection of Colorado Wines this is a great place to visit. Located near Pikes Peak they offer fine creekside dining and free daily tastings. They offer the largest selection of wines in the state in a friendly atmosphere. For more information visit Wines of Colorado.

D'Vine Wine

This small winery is located in a scenic setting near downtown Silverthorne. They produce some great wines that will satisfy the pallet. They are also located in an area that is loaded with recreational opportunities making it ideal to visit as a side trip to your next adventure. They have a fun atmosphere and even allow you to make your own wine! Visit them at D'Vine Wine.

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