Nate Ready from Hiyu Farms in Oregon holding a bottle of his Zinfandel rosé

Domestic Rosé finds Roots in Boulder

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I kicked-off this Drinking With Doug adventure nearly a year ago with a piece about rosé. Perceptions about the style of wine in the United States had evolved dramatically since the 1970s, when it was associated with the boozy equivalent of cherry cola. But beginning somewhere in the 2000s, Americans began finding rosé cool. I… Read More

Shutdown Slams Boulder Wine

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It’s the rosé that won’t make it to Colorado shelves in time for its season kick-off. The hard-to-get French wines that were suddenly available to American importers — thanks to Brexit complications — but now stand as missed opportunities. The Longmont-crafted “winter gin,” packed with Colorado-only botanicals — possibly the first of its kind —… Read More