4 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day
Celebrate Valentine's Day (out or in!) with Colorado wineries
Although Valentine’s Day looks a bit different this year, that doesn’t mean it can’t be filled with bold flavors, fun and games. Explore new wines all while supporting Colorado’s local farmers and winemakers.
Host a blind tasting with different Colorado varietals or pair Colorado wines with an at-home meal (think salmon, oysters, strawberries or chocolate).
Here’s a roundup of date night plans for you and your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
Valentine Wine Dinner at Home with Balistreri Vineyards: In lieu of the usual “214 Cellar Dinner,” Balistreri Vineyards is offering an intimate Valentine Dinner for Two which can be ordered for curbside pickup February 10-17th. This four course meal is specially prepared for easy, at-home heating and is paired with Balistreri special labeled Zinfandel, Primitivo, and Lovies Vineyard Wines.
Valentine’s Day Lunch for Two at Creekside Cellars: On Sunday, February 14th, those on the Front Range can head to Creekside Cellars in Evergreen for a four-course lunch paired with a bottle of the winery’s Petit Verdot. Reservations are required for dining in, and pre-orders are required for takeout. $90.00 per couple.
Rose and Chocolate from Colorado Vinter’s Collective: Gift to a friend, or send to yourself! Colorado Vinter’s Collective is offering two Valentine’s Day Gift Sets this month, each priced at $35. Set includes one bottle of Colorado Vintner’s Collective 2019 Rosé, and either Enstrom Toffee or Enstrom Truffles.
Wine Tasting Flights at The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey: The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey is showering customers with love and offering discounts on wines (three pack of any wines for 20% off) and pairing wine tasting flights with a complimentary plate of Brownie Bites all weekend long (February 12-14th).