The Wine Loft dries up in Colorado

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The glass is empty at both Colorado Wine Loft locations: 1527 Wazee Street and 7600 Landmark Way. The Louisiana-based chain first uncorked in LoDo in 2008, with another outpost following soon afterwards in the Landmark project.

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The number for the Landmark location has been disconnected, and a call to the company that manages the property confirms that the space is dark and that it's looking for a new tenant to lease the spot.

The LoDo branch poured its last glass yesterday.

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