The year was 1903.
The industriously-poetic Anthony Carbone, heir to the wine culture of Avellino, Italy, set out to make his fortune in the burgeoning markets of the American West. He landed in Denver, where the demand for wine and spirits was high.
After surviving prohibition, warehouse fires, and mob threats, A. Carbone & Company obtained the first wine & liquor license in Colorado following the repeal of prohibition in 1933.
The Carbone Brand of wine was a Colorado staple through world wars and recessions, and A. Carbone & Company became the largest distributor of fine wines and spirits in the American West.
Now, members of the Carbone Family are setting out to rekindle this 116 year old Colorado dream with an exciting new project ...