Grand Junction’s Must-Try Wine!

Colorado's elevation sets the stage for its burgeoning wine scene, with an average altitude of 6,800 feet above sea level, making it the highest contiguous state in the US. While the state has long been known for craft beer, its vineyards have gained recognition over the past decade, with winemakers uniting to elevate their offerings. This effort allows for innovation and a focus on terroir. Grand Junction is a hub for Colorado's two AVAs—Grand Valley and West Elks—offering over 30 wineries surrounded by striking landscapes. Navigating the state's diverse terrain can be daunting, but industry professionals guide the exploration of wineries in the Grand Junction area and beyond.


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