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43
Days to Press
23
Months to Bottle
43
Months to Release
11
Vintages

 

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Latest Blog Posts

  • 19 March 2011
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Bicchiere

Boulder is a mecca of fine restaurants. The draw may be the creation of the Chef but my first inquiry after being seated is the wine list.

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  • 01 December 2009
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Blur

The name, appropriate not only for this Blog title, but also the last several months. Crush is a crazy time of year.

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  • 04 September 2009
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Harvest

Come September, or Settembre, it's harvest time in Colorado. If we've averted Colorado's spring frosts and hail. Received sufficient temperatures with optimal minimums and maximums throughout the growing season.

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  • 27 July 2009
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Impact

The wine industry, in general, is extraordinarily concerned with its impacts on the environment. We want our vineyards to improve with age and global climate change is altering the growing regions of today, and tomorrow.

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  • 23 June 2009
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Aging

Our goal at Settembre Cellars is to produce age-worthy wines, and as such, I thought I'd share some thoughts on some of the factors that make a wine age-worthy. I'm often asked how long one should, or could, cellar our wines.

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  • 02 June 2009
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Cork

I've been asked frequently about our choice in using natural cork as the closure in our wine bottles as well as other alternative closures options.

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Cooking with the 2011 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. #settembrecellars #winery https://t.co/dDLNEVL74b
Settembre Cellars (2 days ago)
Blizzard to spring temps got us all fired up! Pairing: Syrah. #settembrecellars #winery #bouldercolorado https://t.co/DSoohbRWmV
Settembre Cellars (5 days ago)
The 2007 Syrah: beautiful but fragile. It’s a drink now; do not decant. #settembrecellars #winery https://t.co/m6N56YbgUR
Settembre Cellars (6 days ago)
This isn’t how I usually work with my barrels. #settembrecellars #winery #frenchoak #rainbarrel https://t.co/Z1sQL2siuo
Settembre Cellars (6 days ago)
Can't wait for tomorrow's 5th annual Syrah Vertical: 2007-2011 vintages! Secure your flight online tonight and save… https://t.co/BeRcAqWaIC
Settembre Cellars (2 weeks ago)