Who says regional wine can't be any fun?
Obviously, people who don't read the blog -- or who have never enjoyed the wine train in Colroado, which travels between Denver and Grand Junction on the state's Western Slope.The train goes through the Rockies, some of the best scenery in the country, before arriving in Grand Junction, the gateway to wine country in that part of the state.
DrinkLocalWine is giving away two round-trip Amtrak tickets on the California Zephyr, between Denver and Grand Junction, as part of the fun for DLW 2012: Colorado. (Thank you, Amtrak, for the tickets). Entering is simple -- just go to the DLW Facebook page and fill out the form. If you don't like DLW already, hit the like button. It's not a requirement, but it would be nice. A drawing will be held during the conference to select the winner.
(Note from the DLW attorney: The wine train that we're talking about here is not the Napa Wine Train, which is completely different from any train in Colorado that travels to that state's wine regions. DLW received an email that said the Napa Wine Train has trademarked the terms Napa Wine Train and Wine Train, and DLW doesn't want any confusion about which is which. Or that anyone should think it is giving away tickets to the Napa Wine Train.)