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Wine Tasting Room Starts Pouring in Boulder

A grand opening celebration for Decadent Saint takes place from March 17 through March 19

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A craft winery focused on producing wine-based mixers used for sangria or cocktails, Decadent Saint, has launched its 1,800-square-foot tasting room at the Boulder-based winery. A highlight is the addition of Colorado favorite, Wild Cider, to the tasting menu. The Tasting Room, located at 1501 Lee Hill Road, is open to the public Thursday through Sunday and a grand opening celebration is scheduled for this weekend, Friday through Sunday.

"We’re proud to introduce The Tasting Room as a place for the Colorado community and beyond to gather and enjoy our revolutionary products with friends and family," says Decadent Saint Founder and Winemaker Michael Hasler. "Bring your whole family and help us celebrate this exciting new addition to our winery!"

Sangrias and Wild Cider ciders are offered on tap at Decadent Saint, along with wine varietals and games, as well as wood-fired pizzas and other offerings from food truck Hot Tin Roof. All weekend long, there will be surprises in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, including a St. Patty’s specialty pizza. The Barefoot String Band will be playing live on Saturday, March 18, from 4 – 7 p.m.

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