If you are looking for a great place to enjoy wine in downtown Denver, you need to stop at D’Vine Wine, aka Wild Women Wine. The winery and tasting room is located just 1 block off the 16th Street Mall on Champa (1660 Champa). D’Vine Wine is a little different than most Colorado wineries, as they source their grapes from California, but make their wine here. They have 17 varietals to choose from. I tasted a few and enjoyed the “Skinny Bitch” which is a Sauvignon Blanc. Its name comes from a wine called “Fat Bastard” that owners, Charlene and Ross Meriwether, used to drink when they lived in Texas. My favorite was “Hot Stiletto” which is a Zinfadel/Syrah blend. Besides the interesting names, D’Vine Wine’s labels are artwork onto themselves. Local artist, Jill Neal, creates all of the winery’s labels.
If you have ever thought about making your own wine, you can do so at Wild Women Wine. One of the pictures below shows bottles hanging on the wall. All of them depict wines and labels that were made at the winery. If you have a wedding, anniversary, holiday or corporate event coming up, this is a great way to express yourself.
In addition to tastings, Wild Women Wine also offers live music on Friday and Saturday nights. It is best to make reservations as the winery fills up quickly.
On Sunday, June 24 from 2-5 p.m. I will be doing a book signing at D’Vine Wine. It is only for their VIP Club members, so sign up to be a member and join us on June 24 for fun and wine!Read more →