|Carol & Jeff Carr|
CWP: How did you get into winemaking?
After years as a wine lover and spending many hours in various parts of Northern California wine country I decided I needed to make my own wine, and help build and establish Colorado as a world-class wine region.
CWP: If you weren't in the wine business, where would you be working?
Tech start ups, hopefully Facebook :)
CWP: What do you do when you're not at the winery?
Travel, spend time with my family and drink wine!
CWP: What is a wine that you currently do not make that you want to make?
CWP: If you could make wine in any wine region in the world, other than Colorado, where would you be making wine and why?
Penedès , Spain. Wonderful region capable of making great wines, and of course Cava which I love. Spanish people are fabulous and Barcelona is a great city.
CWP: What is the best bottle of wine you've ever drunk?
1985 Heitz Cellar “Martha’s Vineyard” sitting on Tom and Martha May’s (i.e. Martha’s Vineyard) deck.
CWP: To what style of music would you compare your wine lineup?
CWP: What do you think consumers should think of when they think about Colorado Wine?
Great wines can come from anywhere, focus on the wines and worry less about where they are from. CO wines can compete with anyone, give it a try.
CWP: Where do you see the Colorado wine industry in 10 years?
Honestly, greatly improved but still working to get the recognition we deserve.
CWP: What question would you like to ask me and my readers?
What wine is showing the most promise in Colorado so far?