Rocky Mountain High

Extreme winemaking from new frontiers in Colorado, Arizona, Idaho and New Mexico

Rocky Mountain High
The Storm Cellar, in the West Elks AVA of Colorado (Olivia Siegel)
From the Mar 31, 2020, issue

The western states of Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado make up a new winemaking frontier in the U.S.

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