Tuesday, April 30, 2013

BookCliff Vineyards - Open House

Seating area with new paint and pictures
It has been four years since we opened our doors on Lee Hill Road. We decided a fresh look was needed. We did not want to stop at the fresh look, but make some more room as well and add some seating so you can linger for a while. What will stay the same is the friendly staff - Justin, Megan, Will and Holly. Come join us and celebrate the new look with BookCliff wines and appetizers from Trattoria on Pearl.
DateSaturday 5/18/13
Time: 1:00pm-6:00pm  
Location: BookCliff Vineyards Winery, 1501 Lee Hill Road #17, Boulder, CO 80304

Friday, April 26, 2013

BookCliff Vineyards' Barrel Tasting Dinner at the Winery

This is your opportunity to taste the emerging wines with the winemaker as they age in the barrel as well as compare wine aged in different types of barrels. We will also taste current releases for your enjoyment. This is a five course sit-down dinner and each wine will be perfectly matched with gourmet dishes prepared by Eric Skokan, chef and owner of the Black Cat Farm Bistro in Boulder.
Date: Friday 5/3/13, Saturday 5/4/13
Time: 6:30pm
Cost: $70.00
Location: BookCliff Vineyards Winery and Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill Road #17, Boulder, CO 80304
Reservations: [Click Here]

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Unoaked Chardonnay

BookCliff Vineyards has decided to dress up its Chardonnay in new clothes, and has released anUnoaked Chardonnay. Chardonnay is changing. You can find Chardonnays all the way from buttery Chardonnay's with strong oak flavors to crisp unoaked Chardonnays. New wine regions, such as Colorado, want to break away from the buttery, oaky Chardonnay's as made famous in Napa and Sonoma Valley and have experimented with unoaked Chardonnay. Over the years BookCliff Vineyards Chardonnay has remained very fruit forward, as is true for our 2012 varietal as well. For fun  we decided to release a version aged in oak barrels (Chardonnay 2012) and a version aged in our stainless steel tanks(Unoaked Chardonnay 2012). The oak version has more complexity, but the oak will also cover up some of the fruit. The unoaked Chardonnay promises to be more of a crowd pleaser. Come into our newly remodeled tasting room in Boulder and taste our oaked, and unoaked Chardonnays and be the judge! Cheers!

Monday, April 8, 2013

New Tasting Room

We recently embarked on a new remoldeling project in our tasting room. We thought updating and adding additional seating would really open up the room. The floor is all brand new and the walls are freshly painted. The idea is to bring in a warm atmosphere and provide plenty of seating for you all to sit and mingle and enjoy BookCliff's fine wine. With summer rapidly approaching, we wanted to create a warm environment for everyone to relax and enjoy wine, maybe after a long hike. So please come in and check out all the new and exciting things happening here at BookCliff Vineyards. We can't wait to serve you all up a fine glass of wine while you put your feet up and relax with friends! Cheers!

Spring Barrel Tasting 2013

This is a great opportunity to taste the emerging wines with the winemaker as the age in the barrels as well as compare wine aged in different types of barrels. Come in and enjoy wonderful wines and food with your friends. We are very pleased to have Eric Skokan, owner and chef at Black Cat Farm Bistro, serving up a five course meal which will be perfectly paired with BookCliff wines. This event will be Friday May 3, 2013 and Saturday May 4, 2013 at 6:30pm. Visit our website at www.bookcliffvineyards.com/events for more information and to make reservations. So come in and enjoy local wine and fare with us. We would love to have your input on how our wines are coming along. Cheers!