By Claire Walter on April 10, 2014
Fifteen downtown Boulder restaurants pair with 15 Colorado wineries, with 15 best boutiques and galleries hosting tastings during the fifth annual Taste of Pearl. All venues are within strolling distance of each other along the pedestrian mall and adjacent blocks. Tickets are $75 and benefit EFAA.
By Claire Walter on March 14, 2014
Such food and beverage producing businesses as wine-making, brewing, coffee roasting or making artisanal foods in Colorado and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountain region are covered in an online publishing group under the umbrella of Company Week.
By Claire Walter on February 13, 2014
Five top local five chefs, five pigs and five wineries are showcased in Cochon 555, a chef competition in Denver on Mar. 9, 2014. The chefs were selected on the basis of their support of the local food and farming community, raw culinary talent and commitment to whole animal utilization, with extra credit for naming specific heritage breeds and citing specific farms on their menus.
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By Claire Walter on January 28, 2014
Copper Mountain hosts an interesting and casual wine event during Valentines Day Weekend or Presidents Weekend. “Copper Uncorked (and In Love)“ is not your average wine festival. It takes place at Burning Stones Plaza in Center Village and features affordable wines from across the globe ripe for tasting throughout the February 14-16 weekend, while chefs from around Copper Mountain […]
By Claire Walter on January 16, 2014
Beaver Creek hosts winter food and wine fest Food & Wine magazine is enamored of Colorado. In addition to the fabled Food & Wine Classic at Aspen every June, the Beaver Creek Food and Wine Weekend, this year from January 23 to 26, offers interactive cooking demonstrations by local and visiting chefs, innovative wine and spirits […]
By Claire Walter on December 11, 2013
Western Slope vineyards & widely scattered wineries output soars More than 5 percent of the money spent on wine by Coloradans now goes to wines made in the state, according to a new study commissioned by the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board (CWIDB). Conducted by Colorado State University’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, it […]
By Claire Walter on November 12, 2013
Denver International Wine Festival wraps up with special guest The 9th annual Denver International Wine Festival opened with the Pairsine food/wine pairing chef competition and wrapped up with a Julia Child tribute luncheon. The guest of honor and featured speaker was Madeleine de Jean — nicknamed ”Madame Champagne” for her years of representing the champagnes of […]