Infinite Monkey Theorem's new spot isn't your grandma's wine taproom. Because your grandma's wine taproom went out of business, thanks to not being all "raw and gritty", and having "shotgunnable" wine cans like at Infinite Monkey Theorem's new spot
The wine drinker's answer to Mile High's abundance of beer taprooms (replacing the wine drinker's normal answer: "not oaky enough; send it back"), IMT's new monstrous, industrial RiNo vine palace makes up for the fact that, you know, you're drinking wine, with a "raw, gritty" samplin' space. Their 100-seat taproom's outfitted with scattered couches and Fin Art tables, perfect for posting up with a glass of their seasonally changing (and Wine Spectator approved!) Malbecs, Roses, and Rieslings, and canned options like a "shotgunnable" Black Muscat that's dispensed from a Red Bull machine. The grapes -- most sourced from Western Slope vineyards -- are harvested and shipped to the warehouse to be crushed, fermented, aged in the barrel room, and then bottled/ kegged/ canned on site, a process you can see firsthand on tours, "grape-crushing parties" from Aug-Oct, and private barrel tastings, which probably taste like a mouthful of wood, but whatever
They'll have a Pizzeria Basta chef cooking up eats achingly soon, but for now, food'll be provided by rotating trucks like the healthy, meaty, and delicious Caveman Cafeteria, aka a place where the food itself was raw and gritty.