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Local wine establishments offer unique options for oenophiles
At left, Dolph Kuss, Sabina Kuss and Renèe Felix head to another establishment on the First Thursday Art Walk, while, at right, Shaun Loveless and Bridget Hall enjoy an early evening at Eno, 723 East Second Ave.
Dean Fagner, owner of Four Leaves Winery, looks at a glass of pinot grigio as he tastes the aging wine in the back room of the winery.
At Four Leaves Winery, where Hillary Smith works, customers can make their own wine.
Jesse Ogle, playing the guitar, and Ashley Edwards, of AC JC band, perform at Four Leaves Winery, Durango’s newest wine establishment.
Jason Blankenship, a former chef at Kennebec Cafe, opened Olio, at 114 West Grand Ave., in Mancos.

Grape destinations

At left, Dolph Kuss, Sabina Kuss and Renèe Felix head to another establishment on the First Thursday Art Walk, while, at right, Shaun Loveless and Bridget Hall enjoy an early evening at Eno, 723 East Second Ave.
Dean Fagner, owner of Four Leaves Winery, looks at a glass of pinot grigio as he tastes the aging wine in the back room of the winery.
At Four Leaves Winery, where Hillary Smith works, customers can make their own wine.
Jesse Ogle, playing the guitar, and Ashley Edwards, of AC JC band, perform at Four Leaves Winery, Durango’s newest wine establishment.
Jason Blankenship, a former chef at Kennebec Cafe, opened Olio, at 114 West Grand Ave., in Mancos.
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