Sometimes It’s All About the Wine

We are wine members at InVINtions, A Creative Winery, in Greenwood Village, CO.  We have been for a few years now.  Part of our membership includes two free bottles of wine per month.  Last month, we were not able to make it, so we had four bottles to pick up on this visit.  We can only carry it over for one month or we loose it.  And of course, we are not going to let good wine go to waste.  InVINtions has a wide variety of wines from dry, semi-dry, light bodied-reds, all the way up to full bodied reds, with sweet and semi-semi varietals as well.  They also offer a wide range of ports.  All are delicious.  Over the years, and the many trips we have made there, we have tried most of their wines, though every now and then, they bring out some new varietals as well.  We are part of the InVINtions family now.   You should check them out at their website http://www.InVINtionsWinery.com, or better yet, go visit them in person.

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While we we there this last time, we picked up a South African white blend (a new wine for us, but very good), a cool climate Pinot Noir, a Mossofiota Rosso, which is my favorite full-bodied red, and a a Mocha Mint port.   The Mocha Mint port is especially good around the holidays, but you can enjoy it all throughout the year.  The other port is one of our favorites InVINtions has on their menu, and it is the Deux Creme Caramel, which is so smooth and flavorful.  (This one we already had at home).  It pairs well with just about any dessert or you can just simply enjoy it all on it’s own as well,  No matter what you sample at InVINtions, you will not be disappointed.    All the wines at InVINtions are ready to drink now.  No aging required or necessary.  You will enjoy your whole wining experience with Marcus, Cory and crew.  So raise a glass, salud, a votre sante and happy wining.

 

 

Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

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