Community Supported Agriculture spreads deep roots in the Front Range as area farmers cultivate new clients

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Press Source: 
The Denver Post
Press Author: 
Douglas Brown
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Douglas Brown, The Denver Post, explores new twists to Community Supported Agriculture: local veggies, wood-fired pizza, Settembre Cellars Wine, and yes even live music on select evenings. Cyrus McCrimmon joined us one Thursday evening to photograph the slice of utopia that is 63rd Street Farm.

Tasting Room & Winery

Friday - Sunday 1 - 6 PM

Cabernet Sauvignon on a snow day; stop in and stock up before the next one! #settembrecellars #winery… https://t.co/r8DBWTHdok
Settembre Cellars (4 days ago)
Now that's a big glass! Having fun with shadows of wine on the ceiling. #settembrecellars #winery #wine… https://t.co/uSTQ6iwpnz
Settembre Cellars (5 days ago)
Come on over! The Tasting Room will be open until 9pm tonight as we stay open late to host guest artist Cary Wolfso… https://t.co/8fGJkXVnkt
Settembre Cellars (6 days ago)
The 2012 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon made its way out of the cellar and into the December Wine Club as a Pre-Release… https://t.co/nDxS3hXEiV
Settembre Cellars (1 week ago)
This Friday 12/7 the Tasting Room will be open until 9pm to host guest artist Cary Wolfson as part of the… https://t.co/kSQ722UF2g
Settembre Cellars (2 weeks ago)