Carboy Winery uncorks “adventure” appeal of the Colorado vineyards

As we toast to a new year and approach Valentine’s Day, Colorado winemakers hope you’ll consider celebrating with one of their offerings. Colorado’s Carboy Winery is uncorking the alpine experience.

Carboy started in 2016 with a mission to produce high-quality wines with Colorado-grown grapes. Together with winemaker Tyzok Wharton, they’ve introduced some of the region’s most impressive creations.

Many of the grapes come from vineyards near Palisade, but the growing cycle is unique every year, and largely dependent on Colorado’s unpredictable weather.

“I always liken Colorado wine to what Colorado is known for, which is adventure,” said Webber. “Because every year it’s going to be something different.”

He said Carboy’s 2017 Cab Franc set the standard for them, and it was their first produced with native Colorado crop. But, the real up-and-comer is their Teroldego, an alpine varietal that suits our climate well.

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