Greetings Wines will have you saying hello to your new drinking buddy

The Greetings Wine Company of Oregon offers a variety of tasty, accessible wines that showcase some of the best that the Pacific Northwest wine cultivating region has to offer.

If you are looking to expand your spring wine experience, try one of these varietals:

Greetings Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Oregon is known for its Pinot Noir, and with this one from Greetings, you can see why. This handcrafted Willamette Pinot Noir is bursting with flavors of blackberry, spice, and dark cherries. Lush and rounded, it is accented by a bright acidity and a long finish. This versatile Pinot Noir teams well with sweet and tangy BBQ dishes, Asian cuisine and gourmet burgers. Try serving it slightly chilled on a warm evening.

Greetings Pinot Gris

This Willamette Valley is not a simple wine. It is vibrant, clean, and well-balanced with notes of soft peach, melon, and citrus on a sleek frame with a touch of minerality in its crisp finish. It is wonderful when paired with spicy pork, mushrooms, or a charcuterie plate.

Greetings Willamette Valley Rosé

Greetings Rosé is flawlessly layered with soft berries, a lush mid-palate texture, and a refreshing, pleasing acidity in its finish. It begins with an enchanting flamingo color, leading to sweet berry aromas and a mouth of plump black cherry and raspberry. A definite pink gem from the Pacific Northwest.

Locally, you can say hello to Greetings Wines at larger, family-owned liquor stores, like Wyatt’s Wet Goods, that offers you a superior selection with knowledgeable staff who take the intimidation out of wine buying.

Colterris Coloradeaux Red Blend

Coloradeaux Red Wine is an exceptional wine that exhibits the true expression of the winemaker’s art without limits at Colterris Winery. It is crafted from their premier vineyards where the high-altitude sunlight and cool river nights of the Grand Valley AVA produce wines rich in color, flavor, and smooth tannins.

This unique blend of 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 11% Petit Verdot, 11% Cabernet Franc, and 11% Malbec carries a complexity and elegance that only the blending of noble grapes can achieve. It is highlighted by flavors of blackberry, currant, and cedar with velvety tannins.

Wyatt’s Wet Goods is the only retailer in Colorado to carry Coloradeaux.

During a buying trip to Colterris and the Palisade, Colorado region last spring, our wine manager Suzy and her team learned about this special Centennial State Bordeaux blend created by Bo Felton, head winemaker at Colterris Winery and holder of a distinct pedigree from legendary Duckhorn Wines. His extensive history with major roots in Colorado and the support of Colterris, the largest and most technologically advanced producer in the area, make Coloradeaux an unbeatable blend.

Based on this visit, Wyatt’s received a special allocation of this very limited release wine. Our store was only allocated five cases of the Coloradeaux, and no more will be available.

Colterris Winery makes a large variety of stellar quality wines and is considered the pinnacle of Colorado wine making. At only $26.99 for this exclusive offering, get your bottle of this extremely limited release while you can and be sure to check out the variety of Colterris classic offerings, now available in both convenient travel cans and standard 750ml and cans.

With our superior selection with knowledgeable staff, Wyatt’s will help you find the perfect wine for any occasion.

Going on a beer safari? Keep an eye out for 4 Noses Sour Peachopotamus!

Do the holidays have you feeling Sour or Peachy?

4 Noses Brewing lets you be both with their Sour Peachopotamus Ale.

A Colorado local craft brewery out of Broomfield, 4 Noses specializes in full flavor brews using the fresh ingredients possible.

Sour Peachopotamus, Four Noses’ latest bottling, is jam packed with pounds of Palisade Peaches from Peachfork Orchards & Vineyard. Utilizing a special, proprietary yeast, this wheat beer applies a satisfying sour peachy punch to the taste buds.

With experimental specialties like this, you can see, and taste, why 4 Noses is in the midst of a popularity explosion with Boulder County craft connoisseurs.

This extremely limited, small batch beer won’t be around long. Available in 500 ml bottles, you can get yours at larger, family owned local liquor emporiums, like Wyatt’s, who specialize in craft beer with plenty of knowledgeable, friendly staff and an unbeatable selection.

L’Objet Sauvignon Blanc will be your object of desire

After months of holiday excess, do you find yourself looking for something lighter, yet still full of flavor?

Try L’Objet Sauvignon Blanc.

After spending several years in tutelage at respected wineries such as Clos du Bois, Armida, and Dutcher Crossing, composing winemaker Danny Glover was ready to release his own creation, L’Objet Sauvignon Blanc.

Working on his philosophy to pursue the finest vineyards and fruit and let their quality and that of the vineyard terroir speak for itself, Glover handcrafted this refreshing white wine in small batch, artisanal runs. It is a classically styled Sauvignon Blanc, carrying bright flavors of mango, papaya, lemon, and pineapple, with just a hint of minerality leading to a crisp finish.

As Coloradoans look to entertain more, you can find wines for this, or any season, at larger, locally family-owned liquor stores, like Wyatt’s Wet Goods, which offer you a superior selection with knowledgeable staff who will help you find the perfect wine for any occasion.