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D'Vine Wine, a boutique winery, just opened at 211 South Main Street in Breckenridge, the fourth Colorado location of the California-based franchise.

D'Vine makes handcrafted wines in its Colorado wineries, using freshly crushed grapes from Napa vineyards to create customized wines. "We are eager to introduce our wines to locals and tourists alike in one of America's favorite ski towns," says owner Ross Meriwether. "Although our wines are created in our Silverthorne winery, this tasting room will be full-service for tastings, purchasing bottles of wine, customized labels, ordering specialized batches of wines and hosting events."

D'Vine Wine's Urban Winery is located at 1660 Champa Street in Denver, and the Silverthorne Winery is at 358 Blue River Parkway. There's also a D'Vine in Manitou Springs.


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