|Address:||1501 Lee Hill Dr #16, Boulder, CO 80304, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed Closed 1–6PM 1–6PM 1–6PM 1–6PM|
Stellar, well executed wines with defined flavors and fun year-to-year tastings. We went in for a tasting, not knowing who they were, or what to expect and we left wanting to fill our anniversary box with it. Several we tasted reminded us of our favorites from Paso Robles, CA; in other words, this is a hidden gem. Each bottle costs between $30-50, but its worth it to us. While tasting the lady engaged us throughout by asking what we thought, then offering her take on the wine. Allowing us to become educated on its style and purpose (pairing vs drinking alone). By the end we had several favorites, but when she came back and had us taste a spice hidden under the counter with the wine, it really shined and described its purpose. Settembre is "Fine wine" and by the end our taste buds were singing and if we want a great, elegant wine, well be going back. Probably for an event or another tasting to better understand each style and aging differences
This is a lovely tasting room with a warm and inviting atmosphere. The server was very helpful in selecting a tasting flight to try (they have a variety to choose from starting at $10). The friendly owner was on hand and answered our questions. The wine itself was exquisite. This owner explained that their emphasis is on "dry, elegant wines suited to pairing with food." This, they achieved admirably. My favorite was the chardonnay which was a shock as I do not like chardonnay in general. Well worth the visit.
Went there on a Saturday with the family.... We have three small kids but came prepped with activities and snacks. Not only did the lady serving not come to us when it was our turn she took her time, wasnt kind or respectful and took her sweet time getting the wine to us. The space has zero atmosphere and the worst part? The wine! All the reds are highly wooded and basically they all taste the same! No thank you!
I am surprised.. Colorado wines have come a long way. I took home a bottle of the 2011 Cab, reminding me of the smell of the green leaves in the vineyard on a hot summer day..
One of the best Colorado wine, made here in Boulder! Try the Mesa Cab.