Win tickets to the Beaujolais and Beyond wine festival! (updated with winners)

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Update: Congratulations to Kaitlin13, Fletcherneedsajob, mchris77 and jenny.clawson! You have all won two tickets each to Beaujolais and Beyond. Check your email for details on how to claim them.

Original post: Calling all wine fans! Tomorrow, the Beaujolais and Beyond food and wine festival kicks off at Glendale's Infinity Park Event Center, and if you were wondering how much food and wine will be there, the answers are: a) a lot, and b) as many as forty varieties of vino.

The four-hour fest also features a food competition and entertainment from a host of aerial acrobats, as well as the company of hundreds of fellow wine enthusiasts, as it raises money for the Rocky Mountain French-American Chamber of Commerce. And we've got free tickets: Continue reading for details on how you can make them your own.

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For your chance to win tickets:
1. "Like" us on Facebook, which you can do right here. (Note: If you're already following us on Facebook, you're already awesome and eligible to enter; proceed to step two.)

2. Sign in to our commenting system, Livefyre, and leave a comment below telling us why you should win, along with your name (you don't have to include your real name in your account login, just your comment) and a valid e-mail address. Then check back tomorrow morning to see if you've won.

Location Info


Infinity Park Event Center

4400 E. Kentucky Ave., Denver, CO

Category: General

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Fletcherneedsajob topcommenter

Great news! Thanks. I have a very important question to ask Lori about pigs, so I was pleased to see she is a judge.


Hey Westward! Thanks for the chance to win tickets!!! I would love to go and give my fiance the birthday of her dreams! We both enjoy food and wine more than anything ;) Please consider us for the tickets! It would be our honor to win these tickets and represent Westward readers!


Thanks for the opportunity!




I should win because I am a HUGE foodie and I absolutely LOVE wine. I should also win because I am new to Denver and would like to meet people, check out the local food and drink wine.


Westword, you all have been so helpful already finding restaurants and things to do in the area! 





I should win so I can learn the difference between a year old Carlo Rossi vs Opus One. 

Thanks Westword, you guys rock.


Fletcherneedsajob topcommenter

I should win because if I don't win those tickets to Chef n Brew, I would still like to get full of food and drunk for free. Plus, I should win because of this  story:

I went into the liquor store with my wife last night and she said to pick out any beer I desired and she would get it for me (she's lovely). I wandered the cooler and found I had no desire to drink any of the beers I saw, not even the ones I usually love. When she returned with a bottle of wine, I told her with I dejected look that I, for once in my adult life, wasn't really in the mood for beer and would prefer wine. So I guess I should explore this feeling.  Beaujolais and Beyond seems like a good manner in which to do so... The French are all about experimentation and pushing limits, right?


I'm a huge Francophile and would love to make the acquaintance of some new french nothing beats the anticipation of the fall Beaujolais release!  My husband is out of town, and I'd love to make it look like I didnt spend the majority of the week disheveled and antisocial, lounging in pajama pants.  This would be just the ticket!


I would love to win so I can try to put my 6 years of middle school and high school French classes to the test after drinking a couple glasses of wine.  On second thought, probably not a good idea...  I have had a very stressful few weeks and some kind of break is long overdue and I would still really love to win.  Thanks

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