Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Touch is Gone

Touch of Red fans, get some NOW! We deliver our last cases til early 2010 to our vendors this week. You can find a few bottles Thursday-Sunday at the Winery and Tasting Room at 1501 Lee Hill Rd. #17. It'll probably all be gone after this weekend though, so hurry! Stores should have some in stock still but those won't last long either. Check our website to find stores near you and their contact info so you can check before you go.

p.s. Boulder Farmers market might have a couple on Sat.

Friday, September 4, 2009

BookCliff at John's Restaurant

You will now be able to enjoy the BookCliff Vineyards Reserve Cabernet Franc at John's Restaurant in Boulder. John's is one of Colorado's premier dining experiences. Owners Chef Corey Buck and sister Ashley Maxwell serve classic and contemporary dishes. John's has a reputation for consistency, quality and an eye for detail. The Cab Franc is a great food wine and dishes like the New Zealand Lamb. You'll be able to get it by the glass as well as the bottle starting tonight! John's is located at 2328 Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado, between 23rd and 24th streets on the south side of Pearl. Please call 303-444-5232 to make a reservation or go to for more info. Thanks guys and enjoy.

In-Store Tasting Saturday

If any of you are in the area, we will be pouring some free samples at World Cellars Wine & Spirits this Saturday Aug. 5, from 3pm -6pm. They are located right next to Whole Foods at 9364 S. Colorado Blvd. Highlands Ranch, CO 80126, and the phone number is (303) 346-8552. We will have tastes of Chardonnay, Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon. World Cellars' website is Come out and support local Colorado wine!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Exploring Colorado Wine Country in Paonia

Here is a pretty cool video (from of winemaking at super high altitude around Paonia, CO. It is true that we are still trying to find to perfect grapes for our region. In our neck of the woods over in Palisade; Cabernet Franc, Viognier, Riesling, Syrah and Merlot seem to do pretty well. Only time will tell...

Meet the Makers - Colorado Wine in the North Fork Valley from High Country News from Tynan Szvetecz on Vimeo.