1240 S. Broadway • Denver • Colorado • 303.778.1800 • Open M-TH 10am-10pm • Fri & Sat 10am-11pm  • Sunday 10am-6pm

Stop by between 2pm and 6pm every Saturday and try a sampling of our wine and beer of the month and a selection
 of whites, reds, dessert wine and liqueurs.

Saturday April 19th

Cremant D'Alsace Brut Rosť

Domaine du Grand Chemin
Viognier 2013
Pays d'Oc, France

Pinot Noir 2012
Casablanca Valley, Chile

Domaine Saint-Jacques d'Albas
Minervois 2011

Upcoming Events.......
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coming in March/April...

Deconstructing again in March.
Like any renowned recipe, famous piece of art, architecture or musical masterpiece. Its enlightening(and fun) to examine each of the contributing components. To see what specific properties they have of their own, how they work with each other and consummate the final piece. We go South to the Rhone Valley, home of the mighty Chateauneuf du Pape(CDP), Gigondas, Cote Rotie, and Hermitage to name a few. In these parts we are dealing with a bounty of contributing grapes, especially in CDP where up to 13 are allowed in the final recipe. For easy reference its safe to say that northern Rhone is Syrah/Viognier country and Grenache reigns in the South. But all of the other minor varietals play an essential role in structure, aroma and color of these bold wines.
So we searched and gathered wines from all over the world to fit on our "Rhone Deconstructed" rack. It wasn't easy, but each of these bottles are single varietal Rhone Grapes all under ten bucks.
Some you'll recognize like Syrah, grenache and Viognier. But some are pretty obscure and wild: 100% Bourboulenc, 100% Picpoul and 100% Counaise.

We'll be pouring a few of these each Saturday so make sure to swing by between 2 pm and 6pm.

They have always viewed themselves as tastemakers. If you've visited their store chances are you've not only received assistance with picking out a great outfit or accessory but we may have suggested a restaurant to check out or a deejay night in town that you just have to experience. This is what they consider to be the Fancy Tiger lifestyle and to further that brand they want to help you entertain. 

Join us Friday April 4th from 6pm-9pm as they transform their store into a speakeasy for one night as a debut of their new barware section. This new section will include new and found objects. As owner Matthew Brown puts it, “This foray into barware is about taking advantage of all the great glassware I find while looking for vintage leather goods for our Found Objects repurposed bag collection. I can’t ignore good design.” To further promote the recommended lifestyle, each glass comes packaged with it’s own philosophical mandate for good living. A sticker on a gorgeous set of cocktail glasses reads “Drink Whiskey, listen to Motorhead.” Who can argue with that? 

Local distiller, Leopold Bros. will be on hand sampling an array of their liquors and spirits and offering tips on cocktails that will best suit your glass. Your favorite local liquor store Divino Wine & Spirits will be offering special discounts to those who attend the event that evening so you can make sure to pick up your favorite Leopold Bros. liquor on your way home. See you there.

This Saturday join Giovanni Bocchino of the historic and famed Berta Distillerie in Piemonte for an in store tasting.
Berta makes some of the most prestigious spirits from Italy,
 with a catalogue that includes 10 and 20 year oak aged grappa distilled from estate grown fruit.
 Giovanni will be here at Divino from 3-5pm sharing his knowledge & experience, and signing any bottles you'll be lucky enough to take home.  
for more info on Berta, visit their website


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