Jul 212011

Wine BlogAttention Colorado Wineauxs… Join Bacchus and Beery Wine Blog on July 23, 2011 at the 8th Annual Castle Rock WineFest… We attended a Colorado WineFest event last month and found some delicious Colorado Wines. Come out and support the Colorado Wine Industry…See all the details below.

Castle Rock has been chosen by the Colorado Wine Board to be one of 5 sites for the 2011 Colorado Wine Festivals. Modern vineyards now feature the classic European wine grape varieties and once again the art of winemaking is thriving in Colorado. Most of these wineries are small, family-owned estates that have earned a well-deserved reputation for creating a wide variety of premium wines. From deep Merlots and expressive Chardonnays to elegant Rieslings and Cabernets, Colorado wines consistently win top national and international awards.

See Participating Wineries  And  Culinary, Lifestyle, and Artisan Vendors

The 2011 Castle Rock WineFest presents 25 of Colorado’s top wineries showcasing their wine selections and spotlight today’s winemakers who are revitalizing a Colorado tradition. Also, this year’s event will again see wine seminars & demonstrations, artisans/lifestyle vendors, entertainment and delicious cuisine, all included in the price of your ticket.

This year, we celebrate our eighth annual event at:
The Grange at The Meadows at Historic Castle Rock™

Click here to see PHOTOS from prior year’s event!

Click here to see VIDEO from prior year’s event!

Grand Tasting

Event Date: July 23, 2011

Time: 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Location: The Grange at The Meadows at Historic Castle Rock™
3692 Meadows Boulevard, Castle Rock, CO 80109

Cost: $27 in advance; $37 beginning on July 21, 2011

$17 designated driver tickets

Children 17 & under are admitted FREE with a Paying Adult.

No pets, glass, outside food or beverages allowed.

Please bring photo identification.

WineFest is held outdoors on the grounds of The Grange in The Meadows at Historic Castle Rock™ a perfect setting for the festival. The Grange serves as a multi-purpose cultural arts venue offering a balance between culture, arts and seasonal recreational amenities.

Valet Parking will be available on a limited basis to General Admission ticket holders for $10. Space is limited.

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