Fort Collins Wineries
Colorado wine may not be on your radar—at least not yet. Luckily, with several dog and family-friendly vineyards, tasting rooms, and wine bars, Fort Collins is a great place to sip local and not-so-local wines. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or a casual drinker, you’re sure to enjoy these Fort Collins wineries!
Where to Drink Wine
Not sure if you’re in the mood for wine or beer? At The OBC Wine Project, you don’t have to decide. That’s because this winery in Fort Collins is attached to Odell Brewing Company, offering wines made from grapes sourced in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, and located just steps away from the beer side of the operation. Another fun place to spend the afternoon is Blanchard Family Wines, located inside The Exchange. Fuel up for a game of cornhole with a glass of Colorado wine and snacks from the shipping container stands that line this open-air plaza and gathering place. On a hot summer day, visit Blendings' Exchange location for a wine slushy.
If you’re looking for wines made from locally grown grapes, check out Fort Collins wineries like Ten Bears or Blendings, where you can sample local favorites in a tasting room or even create your own blend to take home with you. Looking for more sipping options? Fort Collins has several wine bars offering great food and a laid-back, cozy atmosphere. Head to Domenic’s Bistro or RARE Italian for an Italian-inspired menu and extensive wine list, or Café Vino, where you can order wine flights and join a tasting class to learn more about your favorite wine regions.
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