Best of Boulder - Winery

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Thursday, April 21, 2016
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"They make precise wines that are born from exceptional craftsmanship"
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Boulder County gets a lot of well-deserved attention for our craft brewing scene, but over the last decade or so we’ve been witness to a fruitful local wine scene. With three winery tap rooms next to each other in North Boulder, and Augustina’s a few blocks away, folks can taste the best of Colorado wine in one afternoon. We think the best of those wineries, this year, is Settembre Cellars. They make precise wines that are born from exceptional craftsmanship, and they use only the best grapes around. Settembre specializes in single varietals, many of which you can taste at special events and dinners, or just by stopping by their Lee Hill tap room.

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Two of our Thanksgiving favorites! Both are included in the Thanksgiving Pack special along with the 2010 Reserve S… https://t.co/1a1YeNBTyk
Settembre Cellars (Yesterday)
It’s almost Thanksgiving! The star of our thanksgiving pack special? Perhaps, or maybe it’s the Dry Riesling or wai… https://t.co/r6mLUmBm8L
Settembre Cellars (2 days ago)
Transferring some of the 2017 Chardonnay from barrel to tank. So far it’s on track to become a lovely release in a… https://t.co/R57lurjhJ8
Settembre Cellars (3 days ago)
Our 2017 Thanksgiving Pack features the 2013 Dry Riesling, 2011 Sangiovese, and 2010 Reserve Syrah all for $95 (reg… https://t.co/EPVjFy850Z
Settembre Cellars (4 days ago)
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