Where to Get Wine Now in Colorado
Get your vino fix while still practicing social distancing
Although we continue to practice social distancing in Colorado, and many drinking establishments are still closed, these local wineries are still pouring the vino (via takeout and delivery, course).
Colorado is the home to 170 different wineries–not to forget cideries and meaderies–and they are offering a variety of ways to still get ahold of their bottles.
“Now more than ever it is important that we support our local winemakers, just as we are supporting Colorado’s restaurants,” said Doug Caskey, Executive Director of the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board. “These devoted winemakers work hard year-round to deliver us high-quality wine, so supporting local and drinking Colorado wine is something we all can do for our community and for our sanity.”
Shop small and check out how some Colorado winemakers are still serving up the goods to locals.
Curbside Pick Up
Call ahead and place an order at these participating wineries, where servers will deliver bottles safely to your car.
Carboy Winery (buy 6 bottles and get 1 free)
Creekside Cellars (limited food menu also available)
Williams Cellars (also free delivery)
Carlson Vineyards (delivery only)
Restoration Vineyards (free local delivery)
Sutcliffe Vineyards (free delivery)
Creekside Cellars (to-go menu features Antipasto platter and bottle combo)
Don’t want to leave the house? There’s an option for you, too, with these businesses offering free shipping to Colorado residents when they order online.
Stone Cottage Cellars (in Colorado on orders of 6 bottles or more)
Two Rivers Winery (with code FREESHIP until June 15, 2020)
Creekside Cellars (on orders of 12 or more bottles)
Decadent Saint (on all orders over $70)
In select liquor stores and restaurants, Coloradans can order their wine to-go. For a complete listing of Colorado wineries, visit coloradowine.com.