Winery and Tasting Room

August 05, 2011

We are Denver’s Urban Winery, located in a funky industrial condo in the Sunnyside neighborhood just south of I-70 and west of I-25. As winemaker Paul Bonacquisti likes to joke, be thankful there are no vineyards at I-70 and Pecos. We source our grapes from vineyards on the Western Slope and select regions from outside the state when Colorado's harvest won’t oblige us. When you walk in to the tasting room, you're walking in to the winery too, where we crush, ferment and bottle.  So, just by visiting, you get a tour by default.

We only produce approximately 2,000 cases of limited production, hand-crafted wines each vintage. That means if you taste something you love, buy it because we sell out quickly. As a small production winery, we are dedicated to making good wine for all to enjoy. It's wine for the people.

Our labels are unique and a part of the philosophy of making wine in the city: local wine, local art. Daniel Luna is  a local artist we commissioned to take our wine concepts and familial stories and put them on canvass. If you are familiar with Daniel's work then you know it is vibrant, distinctive and cosmic. The perfect combination to tell the story of the wines they represent: Bella Risa, Vinny No Neck and Delagua, Colorado.

  • Located at 4640 Pecos, Unit I, Denver (near I-70 and Pecos).
  • Hours: 11am–5 p.m. Thursday–Saturday, or by appointment.
  • Tastings are $5 for 5 wines, complimentary with purchase and for Wine Club members.

We host a variety of events and services at our winery including:



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