Colorado’s wine scene is growing
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Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Infinite Monkey Theorem, located in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood, has a bus for when it wants to serve its wine elsewhere.

 (Kate Zimmerman)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

The Balistreri family is behind Denver’s first urban winery.

 (Balistreri Vineyards)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

A look at Infinite Monkey Theorem’s canned wine.

 (Infinite Monkey Theorem )
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery offers “Winemaker for a Day” custom blending sessions.

 (Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

A look at the Carboy Winery tap room.

 (Carboy Winery)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Infinite Monkey Theorem has graffiti-covered walls.

 (Infinite Monkey Theorem)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Balistreri Vineyards takes an old-fashioned approach.

 (Balistreri Vineyards )
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery club members can help crush grapes during the fall harvest.

 (Bigsbys Folly Craft Winery)
Colorado’s wine scene is growing

Heirloom tomato salad with goat cheese at Carboy Winery, a 20-minute drive from Denver.

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