Continental Divide Winery

Vino-loving locals, rejoice: All state residents are eligible to join this family-owned Fairplay winery’s Colorado Club. Every month, members receive two bottles ($20 to $40 each) of Continental Divide’s rosé, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Albariño, or other varieties, all produced from Colorado and California grapes. Other member perks include access to limited-edition wines, 20 percent off all sales, and free, unlimited on-site tastings for two.

Fenceline Cider

Co-owners (and college roommates) Neal Wight and Sam Perry make hard ciders from Montezuma County fruit that drink more like sparkling apple wines—and, if you’re part of Fenceline’s cider club, they arrive at your home looking as such, in 750-milliliter bottles adorned with labels featuring hand-painted artwork. For $59 per quarter, members receive three small-batch ciders, tasting notes, and discounts. If you’re lucky, the crisp Whip & Tongue oak-aged Bittersharp cider will be in your box.

Bookcliff Vineyards

Customization is king for members of Bookcliff’s select wine club, which lets oenophiles choose from the winery’s award-winning Cabernet Franc, Riesling, and other varieties, produced exclusively with Western Slope fruit. To join, purchase a minimum of two six-bottle packs (starting at $110 each) over the course of a year, available for delivery or pickup in May and November from the 21-year-old winery’s Boulder and Palisade tasting rooms.

Denise Mickelsen
Denise Mickelsen
Denise Mickelsen is 5280’s former food editor. She oversaw all of 5280’s food-related coverage from October 2016 to March 2021.
Patricia Kaowthumrong
Patricia Kaowthumrong
Patricia joined the 5280 staff in July 2019 and is thrilled to be overseeing all of 5280 Magazine’s dining coverage. Follow her food reporting adventures on Instagram @whatispattyeating.