Hosts the Northside Wine and Music Festival October 1
DENVER — In celebration of a decade of making wine, Bonacquisti Wine Company is hosting the Northside Wine and Music Festival, featuring tastings of multiple Colorado wine brands, food and music. The public is welcome to join the fun on October 1, 2016 from 2-8pm at 4640 Pecos St., Unit I. The event is free to attend. $ 10 buys a commemorative tasting glass and 5 tastings of various Colorado wines. Participants in the same-day Jewels of the Highlands home tour can enjoy the tastings for $ 5 when purchased with their tour ticket.
The festival will feature music from Gumbo le Funque and Chris Romero’s Van Halen Tribute band, Best of Both Worlds. Full pours of wine will also be available to purchase, as will food from Tilford’s Wood Fired Pizza.
The 2016 Jewels of Highlands Home Tour runs from Noon–4pm the same day as the Northwest Wine and Music Festival and will feature 8 spectacular homes in the Potter Highlands neighborhood of NW Denver. Potter Highland is a designated Historic District, one of the oldest in the city. 100% of the proceeds from the 2016 Jewels of Highlands Home Tour benefit Skinner Middle School, a Denver Public School in Northwest Denver, serving students since 1922. The combined tour/festival ticket allows participants to top off their day with a stop in the adjacent Sunnyside neighborhood for the wine and music festival!
Other weekly winery events include Bring Your Own Vinyl (BYOV) Thursdays. They provide the turntable, you bring the albums. Enjoy $ 4 Happy Hour appetizers and tap wines from 4-7 pm while listening to your favorite tunes!
The year-around Friday’s Uncorked event also continues from, 6:30-9 pm every week with an ever-changing line-up of bands and food trucks for a fun family evening. Happy Hour pricing runs from 4-6. Visit the www.bonacquistiwine.com for a current music schedule.
Bonacquisti Wine Company is conveniently located in Denver, 1.5 blocks south of I-70 on Pecos St at 4640 Pecos St., Unit I, in the same plaza as Quiznos. They offer tastings and tours of the wine-production area where they crush, press and ferment their Colorado wines on site. Wines by the glass are always on special and the winemaker, Paul Bonacquisti, is usually in the house. Winery & Tasting Room Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 11am-5pm, Thursday 11am-7pm, Friday 11am – 10pm (Live Music starts at 6:30p), Saturday 11am-5pm. $ 10 fee to taste all wines. Wine sold by the refillable growler jug are a popular treat for locals and visitors alike. For more information visit http://www.bonacquistiwine.com
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