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Wine Openers: Are some wine awards woth more than others?

By Dave Buchanan

This year’s Colorado Governor’s Cup wine competition wound up Aug. 4 with Meadery of the Rockies in Palisade and Bookcliff Vineyards of Boulder sharing Best of Show in their respective divisions. A Strawberry Honey wine from the ...


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Smack dab in the middle of tomato harvest, some suggestions on the best ways to enjoy them

By Suzanne Hanzl

Everywhere you turn this time of year you will find local, farm-fresh tomatoes. I am sad to say that our home garden was not a priority this year. We only have a few plants that are minimally producing but I am ever thankful for the ...


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S’more and s’more: Celebrate this sweet, summertime treat by having some more

By Rachel Sauer

The ingredient list begins with “8 sticks,” and we’re not talking sticks of butter, but actual sticks off of a tree. Eight sticks. It’s a good start. Then 16 graham crackers, 8 bars plain chocolate (any of the good ...


There are a few gems among otherwise forgettable Brazilian wines

By Dave Buchanan

It’s estimated some 100,000 Americans are attending the ongoing Rio 2016 Summer Games. Other than wondering how many versions of the 1964 hit “Girl from Ipanema” will be played 24/7 to the delight of gringo tourists, ...


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In advance of Palisade festival, chefs share recipes, tips about juicy fruit

By Dixie Burmeister

Does it get any peachier than this? That was my thought as I found myself at Palisade’s Riverbend Park surrounded by peach-passionate area chefs. Kristin Seltzer, Jon St. Peter, Lee Mathis, Lyle Shaw, Stacy Hinkle, Cole Householder, ...


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‘This is not France, this is not California,’

By Dave Buchanan

Making great wine, if one may paraphrase winemaker Warren Winiarski, demands much of a winemaker but nothing more important than vision and balance. Winiarski fully comprehends the rigors of making great wine. In 1970, after prior stints for ...


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Hooked on 
whole fish

By Suzanne Hanzl

Summer has finally descended upon me. The kids have been out of school for weeks, I know, but for me it took a spontaneous fishing trip up to the Grand Mesa for summer to settle into my bones and tease my palate. My tomatoes are still green, ...


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This year’s wine trend? Chill out

By Dave Buchanan

The heat is on, and chilled wines seem to be in order. From icy rosé slushies to chilled medium-body reds, there’s no reason not to keep your insides cool while the outside steams. Trends come and go (that’s why ...


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No matter how you slice it, cool down this summer with watermelon

By Dixie Burmeister

It has been said, “There’s nothing more American than apple pie in the fall, Palisade peach pie in August, pumpkin pie in November and watermelon on a hot July Day.” OK, I may have embellished that statement a bit. However, ...


Canyons group, winery join to get kids out of the house

By Dave Buchanan

Yo, bro: Pass the Desert Rat Red. A unique partnership between Colorado Canyons Association and Carlson Vineyards, forged through a spirited commitment of giving back to the community as well as finding needed resources to get young people ...


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