Two Brand New "All Colorado" Festivals Showcase Local Wine, Beer, Food and Music
Denver, Colo. (May 12, 2014) --- All Things Vino is introducing two new festivals this summer, the Breckenridge Wine Extravaganza May 23-25, and Tastes & Sounds of Fort Collins July 12. All Things Vino’s “MR Wine Guy” offers summertime wine, beer and food festivals with a Colorado focus, featuring Colorado wines, Colorado-sourced food, Colorado musicians and Colorado’s best chocolatiers, along with Colorado’s finest arts, crafts, and retailers.
Breckenridge Wine Extravaganza
An indoor festival, the inaugural Breckenridge Wine Extravaganza takes place this Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, at the upscale Beaver Run Resort in beautiful Breckenridge, Colo. The festival will feature about a dozen Colorado wines and beers, several Colorado chocolatiers, and fantastic cuisine featuring local products, created by Executive Chef Stephen Kleinman. The Festival kicks off Friday night with two Winemaker Dinners featuring Garfield Estates Winery and Avanti Winery 5:30-7:30 pm, followed by a Chocolate and Wine Pairing 7-9:30 pm; Saturday is the Grand Tasting and seminars 2-8 pm; and Sunday is a special Winemakers Brunch 11 am- 1 pm. Entertainment will be provided by several of Colorado’s most talented musicians, including Colorado contemporary jazz band Dotsero. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Breckenridge Mountain Rotary Club. Tickets are on sale now at allthingsvino.com.
Tastes & Sounds of Fort Collins
The inaugural Tastes & Sounds of Fort Collins is an outdoor festival held at the Civic Center park 11 am-5 pm on July 12. Several Colorado wineries will be there to taste and sell their wines, and local restaurants and gourmet mobile kitchens will offer both free samples and larger portions for sale. There will be music all day long, with headlining musician Rachel James from Rachel and The Kings (the very same group who won the first ever "Give Me The Gig”;) she will be accompanied by talented guitarist Dave Preston. Renowned Flamenco guitarist, Gary Meyers of Dirty Flamenco, will also perform. Attendees are encouraged to walk, bike, take the bus, or use the train, whose station is conveniently located on the same block as the Festival. A portion of the Festival proceeds goes to Realities For Children. Tickets are on sale now at allthingsvino.com.
“We have such fantastic wine, beer and food here in Colorado, let’s enjoy it!” says Redman. “The All Things Vino festivals are a great way to experience a wonderful slice of what Colorado has to offer in one location.”
About All Things Vino
All Things Vino is wine enthusiast Michael Redman’s company. Also known as MR Wine Guy (MR for Michael Redman,) Redman offers wine, beer and food festivals with a Colorado focus during the summer months, and in-home wine tastings, and wine and wine products through his website, allthingsvino.com, year-round.