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Our Favorite Wine Shop  
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  Looking for a wine, or bubbles for Valentine's Day?  Corks Wine Store is an ideal shop for affordable and fabulous wine!

People have enjoyed wine for thousands of years, way too long to let someone intimidate you with the secret language of the wine elite.

Instead of the traditional arrangement of wine displays by grapes or regions or even countries, Corks displays wine by flavors. They use terms like "crisp" for light-bodied whites and "voluptuous" for
full-bodied reds.    
Glenn and Pam, co-owners, are sommeliers and some of the friendliest people you will talk to in LoDo!  Visit them at Corks:

1620 Platte Street
Denver 80202


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Wedding Superstitions
Carrying the Bride Over the Threshold  


We have all heard them, wedding superstitions have been around for centuries. We dug up the meaning behind these classic wedding sayings and traditions.

Something Old, New,

Borrowed, and Blue

 Wearing "something old" represents the bride's past, while the "something new" symbolizes the couple's happy future. The bride is supposed to get her "something borrowed" from someone who is happily married in the hope that some of that person's good fortune rubs off on her. "Something blue" denotes fidelity and love.



Seeing Each Other Before The Wedding

This superstition dates back to the time of arranged marriages, when people believed that if the couple saw each other before the ceremony, it would give them a chance to change their minds about the wedding. Today, however, many couples choose to meet up and even have portrait sessions before saying their "I dos."



Knives as Wedding Gifts

According to folklore, a knife signifies a broken relationship and is bad luck to give as a wedding gift. If knives are on your registry, just give the gift giver a penny. That way it's a purchase, not a gift.




Wearing a Veil

This custom originated in Rome, when a bride would wear a veil down the aisle to disguise herself from evil spirits who were jealous of her happiness.




 Carrying the Bride Over the Threshold

This superstition began in Medieval Europe where many believed that a bride was extra vulnerable to evil spirits through the soles of her feet. To avoid bringing in any evil spirits, the groom carried the bride into their new home.



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Everything Winter 


Winter is the time we look to cozy foods for comfort, hot drinks to soothe, and gathering with  friends for warmth.  Here are several ideas to get you through the cold months.

Can't get away to the mountains to ski? Have an Apres Ski party!  

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Winter Fruit Desserts
Brighten up desserts with winter fruits.

Warm up with any of these classic wintertime drinks. 

Valentine's Day  
Mini Heart Cakes

Valentine's Day is just one week away and with a little planning, you can make your sweetheart forever yours:


Forget about the store bought boxes and make your own chocolate truffles!

Learn more about the most
romantic beverage first hand!
Enjoy contemporary art while you stroll with your sweetheart.
Colorado Symphony's Love & Lust concert is the perfect way to celebrate the sweetest day of the year.

We can arrange a beautiful romantic picnic basket for two, wine included!

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"I wanted to send you quick note to say thank you for such a wonderful lunch and for being so flexible with our last minute change!  

Everyone loved the food and the presentation was lovely.

By the way, I got loads of compliments on the stuffed peppers. If I could make quinoa like that, I bet I could get my husband and sons to eat it!

~ M.H. | Denver Law Firm
January, 2014   
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