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Brunch in South Denver: Food and Drink Menus

Blog | May 22, 2024

You may have heard we’re serving brunch in south Denver. In the runup to offering weekend brunch service we had fun playing with different combinations of classic brunch ingredients like eggs and meats, but we also wanted to think outside the usual suspects. For some starters and entrees we changed

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Small Group and Private Cooking Classes in Denver

Blog | May 14, 2024

Sometimes we get questions about whether a small group cooking class or a private cooking class in Denver is right for your event. Here is the difference. Are you looking for a unique and interactive way to bond with friends, family, or colleagues in Denver? Look no further than Uncorked

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Now Serving Weekend Brunch in Denver

Blog | May 09, 2024

Calling all brunch enthusiasts in Denver! Get ready to elevate your weekend dining experience with our newest offering: Weekend Brunch in Denver at Uncorked Kitchen. Starting May 4, 2024, we're opening our doors early to treat you to a mouthwatering selection of brunch favorites. Join us as we redefine brunch

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The Wines of France — Rules, Regions, and Ruminations

Blog | June 13, 2023

“French wine laws… get excited!” Sarcasm aside, a class on French wine can be a bit of a double-edged sword. On one hand, you get to drink wines from what many in the business feel are the best winemakers in the world. On the other hand… deciphering the naming conventions

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Wine Curiosity Takes Flight at our Wine Bar in Denver

Blog | April 06, 2023

One of the best ways to increase your wine knowledge is to taste and sample as many wines as possible. Even better is to sample two or more similar wines at the same time, side-by-side, to highlight the subtle differences between them. That of course is the main concept of

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Spring Cooking Classes in Denver, Colorado

Blog | March 17, 2023

It’s been a long winter and that cold-weather comfort food is getting old. Luckily, Spring is just around the corner, and the days of windowsill herb gardens, vegetable patches, and fresh-picked fruit are near! The professional chefs at Uncorked Kitchen have masterfully harnessed the excitement of Spring and are ready

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Blind Tasting Sheds Light On Wine Perceptions and Preferences

Blog | February 17, 2023

Blind wine tasting is the practice of making associations between the sight, smell, and taste of a wine to the varietal (and even region) that the wine derived from without knowing what it is in advance. This uses deductive methods, a process of elimination that first has you focus on

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The Weird World of Specialty Wines: Sparkling, Fortified, And Sweet

Blog | January 04, 2023

Most wines are pretty straightforward. But others are… different. They’re different because although they’re made with largely the same ingredients and with the same fundamental process, a slight tweak to either can generate a much different result. And that result can challenge our concepts of what we consider as wine

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Old World vs New World Wines: Tradition Meets Trendy

Blog | December 14, 2022

This article first appeared on LocalWineEvents. See the original post here. Raise your hand if you're one of the many wine drinkers who say they don't like Chardonnay. Or maybe you're like Paul Giamatti in Sideways and you're "not drinking any @#$% Merlot!" Well then Uncorked Kitchen & Wine Bar's

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A Tour of The Iberian Peninsula: Exploring Six Wines of Spain and Portugal

Blog | September 23, 2022

“The varietal is not the star here.” That’s the biggest lesson coming out of the Uncorked Kitchen & Wine Bar’s wine tasting class “Wines of Spain & Portugal.” For many wine drinkers, particularly beginners just learning their way around, recognizing the kind of grape used in making wine tends to

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