Vinochromatic Wine Fest

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a fresh take on a wine festival exploring illumination and flavor.


Saturday April 27

ctrl collective

1800 wazee st 3rd floor denver, co 80202 (inside dairy block)


Vinochromatic Wine Festival Uncorks Sophisticated Wine Culture with Multidimensional Tasting Soiree

Two Parts Presents Unique Collision of Wine and Light for Seasoned Experts and New Wine Enthusiasts Alike

On Saturday, April 27th, experiential events agency, Two Parts invites Denver’s most curious wine enthusiasts to a first-of-its-kind event featuring wines from all spectrums of the industry in a casual yet immersive fashion guaranteed to accentuate the senses.

Vinochromatic is giving wine tasting an edge by replacing the traditionally sophisticated and somewhat intimidating environment with an approachable, judgment-free experience. Two Parts is welcoming sommelier wannabes to branch out from their typical boxed vino, and wine connoisseurs to mingle with winemakers breaking new ground in the space.  Vibrant illuminations from the lighting aficionados at Visual Interest will add a unique visual aspect to the experience for attendees as they introduce their palette to new mouth-feels.

Wine tasting doesn’t have to be a high-brow activity for experts to sip and flaunt their wisdom, pinkies up. Vinochromatic appeals to the casual wine drinker looking to learn a little more and have a good time doing it
— Two Parts Founder, Casey Berry

This fresh take on wine exploration features dozens of unique vintners, such as Michael Cruse, previously named “Winemaker of the Year” by The San Francisco Chronicle for Ultramarine, his label of Champagne-method sparkling wines. Martha Stoumen’s minimalist and old-school approach to farming natural wines brings patience back to the vineyard, one virtue often forgotten by bustling business owners in the space. For these wineries, labels aren’t everything, but Jolie Liade Wines sees each bottle is an opportunity to feature inspiring work from up-and-coming artists across the globe.  

“Colorado continues to push the envelope with craft beer and trendy artisan spirits, but Denver has yet to showcase the notable strides wine has made within the past few years,” said Berry. “Now, it’s time for unique winemakers to shine in a new and unexpected light.”

From 1-4 p.m. or 7-10 p.m. at CTRL Collective, event-goers can explore a variety of flavors, from traditional crisp whites and bold reds to trendy new world organic biodynamic wines. CTRL Collective encapsulates the old-meets-new essence of this wine exploration experience in a space where historic Denver meets modern flair. Local bites from The Wayback, Dos Santos, White Pie, Bar Helix and many more Denver favorites are set to provide an additional bouquet of flavors along the wine tasting journey.


Vinochromatic is hosted in partnership with Cooking Matters Colorado, a nonprofit organization with the mission of ending childhood hunger by helping families make healthy food choices.


Cooking Matters programs help parents and caregivers struggling with limited food budgets learn how to shop for and cook healthy, affordable meals. Cooking Matters is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization working to end hunger and poverty.


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about two parts

Two Parts is an experiential events company that creates a community through discovery, consumption, and discussion of local experiences and craft products. Two Parts curates concepts, brands, and activations for everything from big beer festivals to local dinner series, restaurant openings to city-wide craft beverage field guides, immersive influencer parties to multi-day music festivals and beyond. The company also functions as an agency that offers expertise in event coordination, marketing, design services and website creation. To learn more visit or follow @twopartsco on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.