I had the opportunity to attend a Turquoise Mesa Winery* event benefiting the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities (BCAH) tonight, and it was awesome! I had heard of the Winery before because their products are often sampled and sold at Farmer’s Markets across the Denver metro area, but I never visited the actual winery. The winery is located at 11705 Teller Street, in Broomfield, Colorado, and their website is www.turquoisemesawinery.com, and their wines are yummy. I got the sample a few, and took home a Riesling, and a Batch 1954 (fruity red). It was a good night, and did you know about the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities? If not, you should check it out at www.artsinbroomfield.org. It’s a nonprofit, member focused organization for the enhancement of arts and humanities, and right in our backyard! It was a fun event, and as you can see from the details of it, all the tastings and food were yummy-licious. A bunch of local vendors donated food for the event including the Dessert stand- yummy yummy cupcakes. I had a good time and I definitely recommend visiting the winery and getting more information on the BCAH. The winery tasting room and sales are open Th, F and Sat from 1-6 p.m. I really enjoyed visiting a place I never would have heard of otherwise, so I thank my blogging friends for introducing me to this really cool, quaint and small winery in Broomfield. Salut, Cheers, Prost!
*Sponsored Post Notice: I was not asked to write this post, but I wrote it because I attended this event for free to promote it. I did promote it on twitter, and facebook, and other social media means. I was not compensated with anything other than free admission to the charity event on August 18, 2013, at the Winery.