Ruby Trust Cellars introduces newest and best wines to date
Winery owners Braden Dodds (left) and Ray Bruening (right) enjoyed spending time and educating those who came to their release party.
Article and photos by Amy Shanahan
Local winery Ruby Trust Cellars held successful release parties on two different dates in August in order to introduce its 2012 vintages. The parties attracted more than 400 wine lovers, shop owners, neighbors, and friends. Attendees enjoyed a behind the scenes look at the winery, while savoring tastings of the five spectacular wines produced by the winery this year.
Winery owners Braden Dodds and Ray Bruening received praise for their three new wines, as well as their popular petit verdot based wine “Fortune Seeker” and their syrah based wine “Gunslinger.” “We enjoyed ourselves and had a great time seeing everyone,” remarked Bruening. “We appreciate the opportunity to interact with our customers face to face and answer their questions about our winery and the wine making process.”
The wines from Ruby Trust Cellars are available for sale at Dodds Wine Vault in the Village Shops at Castle Pines. To learn more about the wines and upcoming events, visit www.RubyTrustCellars.com or find them on Facebook.
The Ruby Trust Cellars release party included lots of laughs, snacks and samplings of the winery’s five new releases.
The 2012 vintage included two familiar wines “Fortune Seeker” and “Gunslinger,” along with a new blend, “Horse Thief” and the winery’s first ever reserve wines, “The Gambler” and “The Outlaw.”